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  • Jute and jute goods export witnessed a 20.82% leap in the July-January period of FY2019-20 compared to the same period of last fiscal year. The sector earned $602.49 million in July-January of FY2019-20 from $498.66 million in the same period of the last fiscal year.Figure:The interest of jute products is increasing globally because consumers are increasingly using natural sustainable fibers in day-to-day life.During the first six months (July-December) of the current fiscal year, Bangladesh ear
  • The decline in Chinese exports due to thecoronavirus outbreakis likely to pose further risk to zones in Turkey that sell goods imported from China. The Tahtakale neighborhood of Istanbul’s Eminönü district, home to many shops selling products from electronics to garments—some of which have been depending onimports from China—is seeing a decline in sales.Pic: ShutterstockThe volume of cargo transportation carrying Chinese products has significantly decreased, recent data showed.The drop in sales
  • Indian textile secretary Ravi Capoor will soon consult representatives from all textile-related associations across Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka and weavers, and seek their suggestions on thenew textile policythat is being framed by the government, according toConfederation of Indian Textile Industry (CITI) chairman T Rajkumar.Pic: ShutterstockThough most problems had already been discussed at the higher level, many issues stay unresolved, he said.The Indian textile industry
  • Over 50% of Bangladesh’s textile and textile-related goods including garment accessories are imported from China. In addition, about 40% of capital machinery and spare parts for the textile and garment industry come from the country. For the outbreak of ongoing Coronavirus, the supply chain of raw materials for the sector is being disrupted, which ultimately will affect apparel production and its exports.Considering this reality Bangladesh should set strategies to mitigate the adverse consequenc
  • Image Courtesy: /i.ytimg.comBrowzwear, 3D design and prototyping software solution provider,has launched the latest version of its VStitcher and Lotta design and workflow solution for increased efficiency, reduced sample production and speed time to market.The new features include a 16 bit support for displacement maps, whichprovides depth and detail to the two-dimensional object making them resemble a three-dimensional and customisable avatar poses.Also, the designers and merchandisers would be
  • Japanese global apparel retailer Uniqlo is going to launch its third store in India at DLF Avenue, Saket in South Delhi district on 29 February 2020. The new store will be spread over 21,500 square feet of 2floors retail space.Uniqlo DLF Avenue Saket follows the brand’s successful debut in October 2019 at Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj and its second store in November 2019at DLF CyberHub in Gurugram.Figure: Japanese global apparel retailer Uniqlo is going to launch its third store in India.The retai
  • Zaber and Zubair Fabrics Ltd, a sister concern of Noman Group has successfully concluded its 6th edition of fabric week for the season of Spring-Summer 2021 at their new corporate office Gulshan Avenue from 2 to 5 February. In this fabric week, more than 200 buyers were visited.Figure: Buyers visited the 6th edition of Z&Z Fabric Week in BangladeshFabric week is a practice of global brands and retailers for selecting seasonal and special products from different suppliers. In Bangladesh Zaber
  • Textile manufacturers and fashion retailers are increasingly dependent on third-party logistics (3PL) companies, especially when those brands want to grow their businesses and boost profits. Here are some compelling reasons why fashion industry enterprises often conclude that 3PLs can help them meet their goals.Figure 1: Textile manufacturers and fashion retailers are increasingly dependent on third-party logistics (3PL) companies.3PLs can help the fashion industry become more responsiveSome clo
  • Nike, one of the biggest fashion brands globally, has announced to temporarily close down half of its outlets in China owing to the outbreak of coronavirus in the country.Image Courtesy: highsnobiety.comThe deadly virus, as per the latest media reports, has so far killed over 560 people in China as the outbreak is showing no signs of slowing down.As far as the stores that are open are concerned, the company said that it is working with reduced hours and witnessing lower than planned retail traff
  • Asics, the prominent sportswear brand from Japan, has been recognised by Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) for its efforts to reduce carbon emission.On the basis of questionnaires on governance, targets, value chain engagement and scope three indirect emissions, around 4,800 firms were assessed by CDP following which Asics has become one of the 160 companies to make it to CDP’s list.Image Courtesy: matcha-jp.comAnd what’s helped Asics to be in the esteemed list!The brand’s strategies and actions t
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