Author: United States. Federal Trade CommissionPublish On: 1937
3 - On the annual basis , a net profit for each of the years 1933 and 1935 was
shown for each of the groups , and for the year 1934 a net loss was shown for
each of the groups . For 1933 , the rates of return on the textile investment ranged
Author: United States. Federal Trade CommissionPublish On: 1937
On the annual basis , a net profit of 1.16 per cent on the textile investment was
shown for the group of stock weaving companies for 1935 , as compared with net profits of 7.03 per cent and 0.65 per cent , respectively , for 1933 and 1934 .
Ans. Printed Indian cotton textiles were popular in England because of their
exquisite floral designs, fine texture and 3. Ans. relative ... in ? the French in 1786
and revolutionized the English made cotton enormous textile weaving. profits out
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Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Agriculture and Forestry CommitteePublish On: 1946
For the purpose of comparing the rayon and cotton weaving profits , we are
entirely satisfied to offer simply the profits on ... case of rayon weavers we have
not used either one , because we have not had occasion to examine the
profitability of ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Agriculture and Forestry Committee
Author: United States. Federal Trade CommissionPublish On: 1935
... in the ratios for this group of companies as compared with the corresponding
ratios for the group of 44 weaving companies covered in the Commission's
preliminary report are very slight. - Percentages of costs, expenses, and profit to
COE A more significant picture of the profitability of the industry may be had from
a study of net profits on sales . Available data on the net profit on sales for
combined spinning and weaving companies ? show that in the first half of 1933 ,
Trading Firms Keep Higher Profits Against Lower Sales The number of typical
Japanese trading firms is increasing higher profits against lower sales at their textile divisions. This is because an increasing number of trading firms choose to
One of the assumptions made is that the earnings of the weaver per unit of work
will bear a certain relation ( maybe a remote one ) to the margin of weaving profits in cotton mills as measured by the difference in the prices of the standard
Author: University of Bombay
Vols. for 1932/33- issued in 6 parts; in 5 parts; in 2 parts.
The profit levels did vary , however , depending upon the particular products
made and as between renegotiable and commercial business . Q. Weaving or
manufacturing . Profits derived from weaving or manufacturing operations are ...
the one hand , because the expansion of output had increased the demand for
hand - loom weavers . On the other ... Some of their higher profits went to re -
equipment or for expansion ; some into higher dividends and reserves . In Ireland
Author: D. T. Jenkins
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Business & Economics
Essential in the everyday lives of all societies for providing protection and warmth, textiles also fulfill social, cultural, military, legal, and symbolic functions and have played a key role in the economic activity of societies from ancient times. This magnificent two-volume study brings together the leading experts on textiles from eight countries, ensuring authoritative coverage of the production and uses of textiles in western societies from the earliest times to the present day. With contributions from archaeologists, economic and social historians, historians of fashion and the history of dress, and museum curators, no other book offers the breadth of coverage of this one, in terms of time period, subject matter, or approach. The book's range and accessibility will ensure that it is a key reference for specialists and non-specialists alike. David Jenkins is Senior Lecturer in Economic History in the Department of Economics and Related Studies at the University of York. He is also Governor and Company Secretary of the Pasold Research Fund, which promotes research and publication in the history of textiles in the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Jenkins has a special interest in the wool textile industry, where his major contribution is (with the late K.G. Ponting) The British Wool Textile Industry, 1880-1914 (Ashgate Publishing Company, 1982). For several years Jenkins was a member of Council and Honorary Secretary of the Economic History Society and is a member of the Editorial Board of Textile History.
Author: Robert Montgomery MartinPublish On: 2012-06-14
raorrrs on COTTON AND srrx WEAVING. 547 which will add rather less than two
anas to the average profit of each woman. Where the rates are lowest also, many
of the women beat the cotton which they spin, which saving will raise a little ...
Author: Robert Montgomery Martin
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A three-volume work of 1838, collating earlier survey material on the East India Company's territories in Eastern India.
Johnson said ported a net profit of $ 1 , 948 , 582 on sales of $ 20 , 537 , 586 .
that profits are satisfactory but they have not kept pace Hathaway is greatly
improving its rayon weaving facilities with the increased sales volume because
Big rise Dutch chemicals group AKZO reported a commendable rise in profits in
respect of 1985 . ... stemmed from diversification towards speciality chemicals ,
coating and pharmaceuticals and away from bulk chemicals and textile fibres .
Category: Cleaning and dyeing industry
Includes supplement for 1977- called: International dyer export.
During the war , profits averaged well over $ 1 million per year , and they steadily
rose to an unprecedented $ 15.1 million in 1948. Thus , the war provided the textile industry with highly profitable operating conditions for nearly a decade .
Author: Timothy J. Minchin
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
Category: Political Science
The rise in standards of living throughout the U. S. in the wake of World War II brought significant changes to the lives of southern textile workers. Mill workers' wages rose, their purchasing power grew, and their economic expectations increased_with li
Because of the great gains in total textile Specific Buying Operations for Cottons
output , however , per capita cotton cloth ... A certain amount of the lag sion and
vigorously moved forward . seems to follow the direction taken by Weaving profits
Over the next few decades, the proportion of the weaving population continued to
grow relative to the entire population, so that ... however slight, in the speed of the
drawloom could make a major contribution to the profits of a weaving studio.
Author: James Essinger
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Jacquard's Web is the story of some of the most ingenious inventors the world has ever known, a fascinating account of how a hand-loom invented in Napoleonic France led to the development of the modern information age. James Essinger, a master story-teller, shows through a series of remarkable and meticulously researched historical connections (spanning two centuries and never investigated before) that the Jacquard loom kick-started a process of scientific evolution which would lead directly to the development of the modern computer. The invention of Jacquard's loom in 1804 enabled the master silk-weavers of Lyons to weave fabrics 25 times faster than had previously been possible. The device used punched cards, which stored instructions for weaving whatever pattern or design was required; it proved an outstanding success. These cards can very reasonably be described as the world's first computer programmes. In this engaging and delightful book, James Essinger reveals a plethora of extraordinary links between the nineteenth-century world of weaving and today's computer age: to give just one example, modern computer graphics displays are based on exactly the same principles as those employed in Jacquard's special woven tableaux. Jacquard's Web also introduces some of the most colourful and interesting characters in the history of science and technology: the modest but exceptionally dedicated Jacquard himself, the brilliant but temperamental Victorian polymath Charles Babbage, who dreamt of a cogwheel computer operated using Jacquard cards, and the imaginative and perceptive Ada Lovelace, Lord Byron's only legitimate daughter.
The performance of the various sectors of the textile industry could be summed
up as : sales of the cotton - MMF sector totalled 323,462m Yuan , with 21.9 % of
the plants loss - making . Gross profit averaged 9.4 % and net profit 2.5 % . Sales
This enabled them to concentrate on what they knew best, weaving, and the profits were quite startling. ... and fully furnished, the first five cuts woven on the
loom paid for it and after that it was all profit once the rent and wages had been
Author: Stanley Graham
The story of a Pennine Engineering firm in Barnoldswick, Northern England. Written by a man who was intimately connected with the industry. If you are interested in textiles, steam engines or engineering this book is for you. Fully illustrated, over 150 photographs.
... fimilar machine having ever been rated in any other place ; and that it would be
extremely dangerous and even ruinous to trade to encourage any such attempt ;
as ( a ) See the Cafe upon the fame principle the profits of weaving machines of ...