The Asian Textile Journal (ATJ)was started in 1992 as a monthly publication to cater to the ever growing needs of the Indian textile industry, and the Asian Technical Textiles (ATT) as quarterly for nonwovens, technical textiles and composites sector - was launched at the very first Techtextil India in October 2007. Technical textiles is now a major industry segment globally because of several advantages it offers like functional aspects, health and safety, cost effectiveness, durability, high strength etc.

The Asian Textile Journal (ATJ) and Asian Technical Textiles (ATT) publications are initiated by GPS Kwatra as Editor & Publisher

who we are

GPS Kwatra is a qualified and experienced textile manager and pursued BScTech in Textile Technology at the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, and graduated in 1969. The ATJ is published from Mumbai, the commercial hub of India - is read by textile company executives from around the world. With the Asian textile and apparel industry on the growth path, there are enormous opportunities and challenges for textile industry to capture new markets, and the Asian Textile Journal (ATJ) launched in 1992 as a monthly magazine - understands the needs of the industry and is the right medium to implement your business strategies in emerging textile sectors of India, China, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and SE Asia (Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, etc), Middle East North Africa (MENA) region.

The ATT is for technical textiles and nonwoven sectors - it offers unrivalled comprehensive coverage of ever expanding uses in technology, engineering and applications of engineered polymer and fibre products from the vast consumer hygienic disposables and wipes markets to fields such as automotive, medical, sports, agriculture, industrial protection and filtration, geo-textiles, which have many uses for these high-performance materials.


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