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  • Auro Weaving Mills in Baddi, India, has installed a JetSpray humidification system from Condair to humidify its warping section. The humidifier is creating the ideal air humidity to reduce fibre shedding from the yarn and airborne fly, as well as maintain yarn moisture content and minimise yarn breakage during processing.Auro Weaving Mills is a unit of the Vardhman Group, which has 22 manufacturing facilities across India & employs more than 25,000 people. The Auro factory manufactures the h
  • Market conditions in the West are dragging down India’s overall textile and apparel exports. However, India’s trade with South East Asia has been growing over the last few years. This trend will get stronger as regional connectivity improves further and ASEAN retail markets grow mature. We take a look at India’s textile and apparel trade with South East Asia, and the economic outlook for the region.India’s T&C exports to South East Asian countries have been improving and witnessed a positive
  • In the last quarter of 2018-19 (January-March), 47 Industrial Entrepreneurs’ Memorandum (IEMs), related to textile and clothing investments, were filed with the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP), compared to 60 IEMs filed during January-March 2017-18 fiscal year.Interest in yarn manufacturing remains highnewsSectorwise, the yarn manufacturing sector (including spun and filament) received 14 proposals (14 in 2018 too), weaving received nine proposals (14 in 2018), knitting tw
  • FRESHWATER— British apparel manufacturer Teemill has launched a new range of organic cotton T-shirts which the company intends to take back an indefinite number of times.The firm offers online shoppers made-to-order printed clothing which means no unsold stock is carried and, consequently, there is no need to landfill or incinerate waste.The latest release from Teemill is a collection which features an incentivised take-back scheme to encourage consumers’ direct engagement with the circular econ
  • Teemill has launched t-shirts made from worn out organic t-shirts and designed to come back to be remade again and again. The fashion and tech business hopes that circularity will lead to rapid change in the fashion industry. Customers can scan the label inside with their phone to activate a free post returns coupon when the product is worn out.Pic: TeemillThen, Teemill will recover and remanufacture the materials into new t-shirts and give the customer £5 off a new item. Technology efficiencies
  • Bangladesh has directed all buying houses in the garment andtextilesector to register themselves with the department of textiles to run their businesses. In a May 28 gazette notification, the textiles and jute ministry said the registration is mandatory within 60 days. If any buying house seeks extension with valid reasons, it can be allowed 60 more days.If registration is not done on time, thegovernmentwill take legal action.On April 1, the ministry issued a gazette notification detailing the r
  • Mayer & Cie (MCT) will display a mesh and body mapping specialist, the electronic single jersey machine MJ 3.2 E, at ITMA 2019, in hall H 8.0, booth C204. The leadingtextileand garment technology exhibition will be held from June 20-26, 2019, in Barcelona, Spain. MCT is a leading international manufacturer of circular knitting machines from Germany.Pic: Mayer & CieBody mapping, like a similar structure, mesh, is much in demand in the sportingmarketsegment. Athleisure is currently a key g
  • Raw materials imported by cut-make-pack (CMP) industries in Myanmar reached $1.573 billion between October 1 and May 31 of fiscal 2018-2019—up $273.828 million over the figure during the same period in the previous fiscal, according to commerce ministrystatistics. The garment, slipper and bag manufacturing industries are covered under the CMP system.During the same period in the current fiscal,exportearnings from the CMP garment sector hit over $2.496 billion, up $933.438 million compared to the
  • Nepal is mulling over allowing industries from the non-garments sectors to invest inside the Garment Processing Zone (GPZ) in Simara after not a single garment manufacturer expressed interest to invest there after the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) Authority Nepal in May called for applications from interested garment companies to invest inside the GPZ.Despite constructing all infrastructure facilities inside the GPZ in close consultation and coordination with garment entrepreneurs, they are now re
  • If the United States goes ahead with its threat to impose a 5 per centtariffon all imports from Mexico, the decision would reportedly hurt US denim manufacturers. The United States, which imports nearly all its apparel, gets more men’s blue jeans from Mexico, the eighth largest supplier of apparel to the US, than it does from any othercountry.The US imported about $691 million worth men’s blue jeans from Mexico last year compared to $227 million worth from China, according to US government stati
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