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Upcoming Intertextile Shenzhen to showcase trends for S/S 2021 & A…

Upcoming Intertextile Shenzhen to showcase trends for S/S 2021 & A/W 2021-22

  To be held concurrently with the first Shenzhen edition of Yarn Expo, as well as CHIC and PH Value, Intertextile Shenzhen Apparel Fabrics will offer China a comprehensive, convenient platform for sourcing between seasons. The rebranded expo will be held from July 15-17, 2020 at the Shenzhen World Exhibition a... Read more

Duty free exports to China could boost Bangladesh’s clothing sector

Duty free exports to China could boost Bangladesh’s clothing sector

  Proving to be a silver lining in dark clouds, China granted duty-free access to all exports from Bangladesh including apparels from July 1. This could help Bangladesh offset losses caused by around 20 per cent decline in its clothing exports this year. Knitwear exporters could benefit more from this due to th... Read more

Amid unprecedented Non Woven growth, China revises mask quality standa…

Amid unprecedented Non Woven growth, China revises mask quality standards

With the daily output of masks touches over 20 million, China introduces new standards for KN95, effective from July 1, as a part of the comprehensive efforts to ensure an quality and safe supply chain as the mask goes global. COVID-19 drove up market demand for special gear like protective wear, face masks and sanita... Read more

Beginning of new Asia trade balance accelerates the end of ‘Made in Ch…

Beginning of new Asia trade balance accelerates the end of ‘Made in China’ label

  A new study by Coresight Research indicates, with the negative sentiment prevailing amongst American consumers against Chinese products it could accelerate the end of ‘Made in China’ label. The survey conducted in early June indicated around 47.8 per cent of Americans are urging retailers to sourc... Read more

Cotton’s growth continues as the most preferred fiber: Study

Cotton’s growth continues as the most preferred fiber: Study

  Global textile industry is making a significant impact with its bold adoption of preferred fibers and materials. Production of fibers has doubled in the past 20 years, reaching an all-time high of 111 metric tons in 2019, reveals Textile Exchange’s new ‘Preferred Fiber and Materials Market Report&... Read more

Ready-to-Show online: A getaway for international textile and apparel …

Ready-to-Show online: A getaway for international textile and apparel manufacturers for European buyers

  Well-known in Italy as the one and only place to source garments, knit wear, fabrics and accessories from European and non EU counties, Ready to Show Online is the first event in Italy to give international apparel, accessory, textile and leather manufacturers direct access to major European buyers, including... Read more

Make in India fuels revival of leather and chemical industries

Make in India fuels revival of leather and chemical industries

  The ‘Make in India’ sentiment is pervading across all Indian industries particularly leather and chemical industries which are pleading with the government to impose anti-dumping duty on import of Chinese footwear and chemicals like Sodium Sulphide and basic Chrome Sulphate. Both these industries... Read more

The USMCA deal to rewrite North American trade

The USMCA deal to rewrite North American trade

  For domestic textile manufacturers and importers in the US, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) is a like the medicine that though doesn’t cure but does not hurt either. These manufacturers view the agreement as an extension of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) that ruled tra... Read more

Uzbek’s cotton privatization program raises numerous questions

Uzbek’s cotton privatization program raises numerous questions

  Uzbekistan has initiated one of its most ambitious privatization projects in the cotton sector in its post-Soviet history. The Central Asian republic aims to handover its state-managed cotton sector to local corporate operators and foreign investors. Through privatization, the government aims to upgrade its g... Read more

The pandemic, an opportunity to make or break US textiles, apparel ind…

The pandemic, an opportunity to make or break US textiles, apparel industry

  The Coronavirus outbreak across the US has exposed the country’s ineptness in manufacturing critical textile-related personal protective equipment (PPE) on an emergency scale. With great difficulty, factories across the country were able to manufacture the required products like face masks and gowns for... Read more

Post COVID-19, denim retail to continue resonating with manufacturers

Post COVID-19, denim retail to continue resonating with manufacturers

  The denim industry has been integrating new fabric technologies and retail formats to boosts sales for a while. However, increasing unemployment and store closures are forcing the industry to face an unfamiliar retail landscape. These were some of the views presented at a Kingpins24 panel moderated by Edward ... Read more

Gartex Texprocess India announces new dates for Delhi and Mumbai editi…

Gartex Texprocess India announces new dates for Delhi and Mumbai editions

   With an objective to support the swift revival of the garment and textile industry, India’s most comprehensive exhibition on garment and textile manufacturing supply chain – GartexTexprocess India is back with new dates for its Delhi and Mumbai editions. Following detailed consultations w... Read more

India seeks opportunity in adversity mulls PPE exports

India seeks opportunity in adversity mulls PPE exports

  Seeking opportunities in times of adversity, Indian government is seriously thinking of allowing PPE makers to export nearly 50 lakh personal protective equipment (PPE) suits a month. Several industry bodies like AEPC and others have been urging the government to allow PPE export . As AEPC chairman, A Sakthiv... Read more

Textile boost to help make India ‘atmanirbhar’

Textile boost to help make India ‘atmanirbhar’

   The clarion call of ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ (self reliant India ) given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi does not just imply import substitution but also capacity building to dominate the global market. Pursuing such a policy can help Indian manufacturers boost manufacturing and export capacitie... Read more

Autumn edition of Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles to reestablish c…

Autumn edition of Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles to reestablish connections across cultures, generations

  Recognizing the need to healthy and sustainable lifestyle in today’s uncertain times, Intertextile Shanghai Home Textiles has collaborated with the NellyRodi Agency for its 2021 Autumn edition that will focus on the design theme ‘Bound’ with three trends: Cozy Warmth, Past Future and Bold Cl... Read more

China: Silk city Shengze is pilot zone for the world-class textile clu…

China: Silk city Shengze is pilot zone for the world-class textile cluster

  Shengze, home to the largest silk wholesale market known for silk and man-made silk ranks 9th in top thousand Chinese towns for the economic strength. China National Textile and Apparel Council (CNTAC) has chosen Shengze as a ‘Pilot Zone’ in its efforts to foster and encourage more mega-class text... Read more

Global textile industry orders could revive by Q4 2020: ITMF study

Global textile industry orders could revive by Q4 2020: ITMF study

  To interpret the impact of COVID-19 on the global textile value chain, ITMF recently conducted its fourth Corona Survey amongst 600 members across the world. The study indicated the textile sector orders will revive in Q4 2020. Textile orders decline by 40 per cent The survey showed, textile orders across t... Read more

China innovates improved carbon fiber through wet spinning

China innovates improved carbon fiber through wet spinning

  Until the end of last century, China had been staggering in developing its own carbon fiber technology that remained at a low level inefficient for the production in commercialization scale, and the carbon fiber needed for composite materials had to be imported. It is the wet-spinning process, the technologic... Read more

China Chemical Fibers Association reignites Green Fibre programme

China Chemical Fibers Association reignites Green Fibre programme

    Ever since China Chemical Fibers Association (CCFA) launched its green fiber program several years ago, about 30 chemical fiber companies have been qualified for the certificate of the green fiber logo and the green fiber-rich products.   China Chemical Fibers Association (CCFA) recently organi... Read more

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COVID-19 transforms global market for non-woven based PPE products: Study

   A study by the US-based Freedonia Group, a division of MarketResearch.com says,... Read more

Pakistan plans tax incentives to brands opening office in the country

   Pakistan plans to give tax incentives to any global brand that opens an office ... Read more

Pakistan denim makers recovering from COVID-19 lockdown: Experts

   Industry leaders who attended the recent webinar ‘Carved in Blue’ n... Read more

Yarn Expo Autumn to feature exhibitors of sustainable products

   Yarn Expo Autumn will feature a wide range of exhibitors at its upcoming show w... Read more

Indonesia: Diversification of global supply chain to benefit Indonesia: DBS…

   At a virtual media briefing, John Laurens, Head-Global Transaction Services, DB... Read more

China to be the largest importer of Cotton Lint in 2019-20: ICAC

   Despite a 12 per cent decrease from the previous season attributed to trade ten... Read more

Chinese imports threaten local nylon spinning industry

   The local nylon spinning industry is facing a severe threat from China. Along w... Read more

Yarn Expo Autumn to focus on recycled products

   Yarn Expo Autumn, to be held from September 23-25 at National Exhibition and Co... Read more

Bangladesh leather exporters unhappy with falling exports

   Leather goods and footwear exporters in Bangladesh are depressed with a 22 per ... Read more

Global polyester staple fiber market to reach $34.546 bn by 2025: Report

   An ongoing report by Transparency Market Research says, the global polyester st... Read more

Pakistan’s Cotton exports fall 9.93%

  Export of raw cotton by Pakistan during the first 11 months of FY20 declined by 9.93 ... Read more

INTUC workers protest against NTC for non-payment for salaries

   Textile Employees Union (INTUC) workers have been protesting against the Nation... Read more

Value of Vietnam's textile and garment exports declines 15.5 per cent

   Vietnam’s General Statistics Office says, the total value of Vietnam's te... Read more

Seventy per cent textile products exported aborad: Business Turkmenistan

   A report by Business Turkmenistan states, the country presently exports more th... Read more

Shima Seiki releases new design software and web services

   Japan-based flat knitting solutions provider Shima Seiki, has released a new de... Read more

Coats launches new app Coats Synthesizer

   Coats, the world’s leading industrial thread company, has launched a uniq... Read more

Indian yarn industry grapples with 4Cs

   The Indian yarn industry is currently grappling the problem of 4Cs that include... Read more

Danish company raises €1.1 M fund

   Beyond Leather Materials, a company that produces plant based, eco-friendly alt... Read more

Relax quarantine norms for Surat migrant laborers, urge TAI

   The Textile Association of India (TAI) has urged the Gujarat government to rela... Read more

Texworld Summer 2020 to go virtual

   Messe Frankfurt has decided to take the summer edition of its show Texworld to ... Read more

SPGPrints appoints Quantia as Spanish agent

   SPGPrints, a Netherlands-based leading global company in the textile, label and... Read more

Santoni opens new research centre

   In collaboration with the designers Eva x Carola, Santoni has officially opened... Read more

Global trade of knotted netting declines by 2.44%

   Latest data from TexPro revealed that the global trade of knotted netting of tw... Read more

Growing wool demand attributed to its well-researched benefits: AWI study

   A study funded by Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) finds the growing market dem... Read more

Sateri joins Fashion Industry Charter

   Chinese viscose producer Sateri has joined the Fashion Industry Charter for Cli... Read more

Stoll acquisition makes Karl Mayer a global player in trans-technology

   The acquisition of Stoll by Karl Mayer has set course for the formation of a tr... Read more

Lenzing to expand report assessment to more stakeholders

   As a part of its efforts to make cellulose fibers less environmentally impactfu... Read more

USTR to modify list of EU imports subject to additional tariffs

   The office of the US Trade Representative (USTR) is planning to modify the list... Read more

Textile industry in a critical state: BIR

   According to Martin Boschen, President-Textiles, Bureau of International Recycl... Read more