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  • Bottlenecks faced by Indian and Southeast Asian garment makers include fluctuating currency rates, multiple taxes at various stages of billing cycles, poor support by councils and governments, rise in operative costs, slowdown in global markets and political unrest, according to Chetan Mathur, managing partner of Medusa Source, a supply chain management firm.The New Delhi-based company offers product sourcing solutions to brands, retailers, labels and wholesalers worldwide.However, events like B
  • Itema, a leading provider of best-in-class weaving solutions, including weaving machines, OEM spare parts and integrated services, is exhibiting at ITMACH India at The Exhibition Centre in Ahmedabad, next month.A9500-2. © ItemaIndia represents one of the most interesting textiles industries in the world, featuring numerous textiles districts throughout the country and producing a wide range of woven fabrics. Over the years, the evolution of Indian weaving mills has been remarkable, due to the in
  • Aachen-Dresden-Denkendorf International Textile Conference will begin on November 28-29, 2019, at the International Congress Center in Dresden, says a recent press release.The ADD-ITC is one of the most important textile conferences in Europe and creates an interface between research institutions and industry. At this conference, experts from the fields of Textile Chemistry, Finishing and Functionalization, Textile Machinery as well as Manufacturing and Composites meet in order to discuss the la
  • American Eagle is committed to carbon reduction, water reduction and the use of more sustainable raw materials. The company plans to accelerate its sustainability improvements and become carbon neutral by 2030. AEO focuses on youth and its optimism toward the future, so building a better world for generations to come is fundamental to its values and purpose. It pledges to accelerate sustainability improvements across its entire organization, and throughout the supply chain, holding itself accoun
  • The Indian sports apparel market is segmented based on end user and mode of sale. By end user, the market is categorised into men, women, and children. On the basis of mode of sale, it is segregated into retail stores, super markets, brand outlets, discount stores, and online stores. Increase in health awareness is shifting the focus of Indian consumers toward sportswear. Major players in the Indian sports apparel market include Adidas, Nike, Puma and Fila. Sports apparel includes tracksuits, gy
  • Recently Union Textile Minister of India, Smriti Irani met textile sector leaders for suggestions and inputs for National Textile Policy (NTP) in New Delhi. Representatives from the Surat’s textile sector have demanded the ‘one-nation-one-power-tariff’ formula established in India to provide a level playing field.Figure:Representatives from the Surat’s textile sector have demanded the ‘one-nation-one-power-tariff’ formula established in India to provide a level playing field.As in the state of M
  • To address a lack of capacity and labour in Vietnam this year, Taiwan’s Eclat Textile Co has found new outsourcing factories and is likely to ramp up its own capacity by 15 per cent next year. The firm is expected to face a capacity shortfall of 1.8-2.2 million pieces per month next year against rising orders from its major brand clients, analysts say.Pic: ShutterstockAs a result, the company plans to raise its monthly garment output to more than 10 million pieces next year, from an estimated 8.
  • Jordan’s Textile and Readymade Clothes Syndicate President Munir Deyyeh on Friday said that sales have declined by 35 percent in 2019 compared to 2018, which also saw a decline compared to previous years.The clothing and footwear sector has been affected by the economic challenges faced by the Kingdom, coinciding with challenges particular to the sector that is yet to be resolved, including increased customs fees and employment costs, Deyyeh told the Jordan News Agency, Petra.Deyyeh said that Jo
  • The government is facilitating a plan to establish Malaysia’s first textile manufacturing hub as part of an effort to revitalize the industry.International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Darell Leiking(picture)said the proposal for the hub is currently being drafted by a team from the ministry, Malaysian Investment Development Authority (Mida) and the recently launched Federation of Malaysian Fashion, Textiles, and Apparels (FMFTA).“We are re-industrializing Malaysia’s textile sector. I have
  • Leading textiles producer Carrington Textiles has welcomed hundreds of visitors from around the world to the company’s stand at A+A, the largest international trade fair of its kind for safety, security and health at work, which took place last week in Düsseldorf.Boasting more than 200 square metres over two floors, the company’s stand was equipped with four meeting rooms, two bars and plenty of meeting space to make sure customers had the best experience during their visit.Visitors learnt about
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