Economic stability in India has boosted demand for more roads, railways, highways, bridges, canals and dams, and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) projects a 20 percent increase in the geotextile sector based on the boom. Geotextiles enhance design, durability, cost-effectiveness and aesthetics of infrastructure projects, and demand is expected to grow 10-12 percent through 2013. The FICCI organized a conference on “Geosynthetics: Opportunities and Challenges” to help textile manufacturers take advantage of this potentially dynamic market.
Geotextile growth projected in India
News | September 3, 2009 | By: ATA
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