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  • FC Index of Keqiao’s textile on March 22th was 107.47, up 0.19% from the prior week, up 2.89% compared with the beginning of 2021, and up 2.68% compared with the same period last year.Marketing of spring market of China Textile City rises compared with last week. Amount price of raw material market rises slightly, amount price of grey cloth market rises slightly, amount price of garment fabric market’s cloth falls slightly, transaction amount price of home textile products rises slightly compare
  • Hiut Denim has launched their A-B commuter jeans in limited short runs with Polygiene Stays Fresh technologies. The jeans come with commuter friendly reflective prints, they stay fresh, can be worn more and washed less, a common goal for both companies. Polygiene, headquartered in Sweden, is one of the world leaders in stays fresh technologies.Pic: Polygiene/CisionHiut Denim is cooperating with Polygiene to get the added value of Polygiene Stays Fresh technologies making jeans stay fresh, elimin
  • Taking steps towards growth in export markets with rich sewing and embroidery thread product portfolio, Durak Tekstil is supporting the growth of Turkish textile industry with the added value it creates. Focusing on threads with improved technical and application properties, Durak Tekstil has become one of the demanded brands globally with their solutions.Pic: Durak TekstilDurak Tekstil has a monthly production capacity of 250 tons. The company brings the sector together with new products throug
  • Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, readymade garment (RMG) exports from Vietnam – one of the top apparel exporting nations in the world – have taken a dip.In contrast, the country is doing better in fetching better prices than its competitors – especially Bangladesh. The price gap is more than double.Figure 1: Vietnam made apparel is fetching better prices than Bangladesh.Although compared to Bangladesh Vietnam is a newcomer in this industry. But has Bangladesh mostly remained in the basic items. Where
  • Local Bangladeshi mill owners are making more investments in the segment of synthetic yarn to reduce their reliance on cotton yarn. According to a study by Textile Today, leading spinning mills, such as Envoy, DBL Group Matin Spinning, Maksons, Square, and Shasha Denim are investing in synthetic yarn. The demand for cotton films has decreased by 35% on the global market, according to Mohammed Ali Khokon, president of Bangladesh Textile Mills Association (BTMA) .Matin Spinning Mills, a sister of
  • Suffering due to the acute shortage of viscose staple fibre (VSF) and extra long staple (ELS) cotton, the Indian textiles and apparel industry has urged for immediate support from the Central Government in this regard.Ashwin Chandran, Chairman, The Southern Indian Mills’ Association (SIMA), has also urged for immediate intervention of the Prime Minister in the matter regarding removal of both anti-dumping duty on VSF and also the withdrawal of 10 per cent import duty on cotton.Both are high valu
  • One of India’s largest home textile manufacturer, Indo Count Industries has announced massive expansion plans!The company has planned expansion of its bed linen capacity by about 20 per cent from its existing annual capacity of 90 million metres by debottlenecking and balancing its facilities.The Mumbai-based company also proposes to make a brownfield investment for adding commensurate cut & sew facilities and for enhancing the capacity for Top of the Bed (TOB) products. This will entail a c
  • GASTONIA – US textile manufacturer Champion Thread Company (CTC) has launched a range of new industrial sewing threads, each made from 100 per cent recycled materials.The firm’s Renu line has been created to offer more ‘sustainable’ alternatives to polyester, and has been tipped for applications across fashion, personal protective equipment and home textiles.CTC president Matt Poovey said:“The Renu line addresses growing industry and consumer demand for products made from non-virgin materials.”S
  • YANGON - Japanese fashion company Fast Retailing, owner of the Uniqlo brand, has confirmed that two of its supplier factories have been set on fire in Myanmar during ongoing disturbances since the military coup.The factories, both located in the country's biggest city of Yangon, were not operating at the time and nobody was injured in the fires, although production is expected to be disrupted.A Fast Retailing representative said the company was "deeply concerned" about the situatio
  • WILMINGTON – The Lycra Company has announced that its six manufacturing sites have all completed sustainability self-assessments using the Higg Facility Environmental Module (FEM).The company first trialled the tool at a factory in Northern Ireland a year ago, and says that based on its initial findings it saw value in extending this across its units to establish an overall benchmark from which to progress.Gary Huffman, the company’s director of operations excellence, said:“Having all sites comp
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