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  1. Stora Enso Partners With H&M Group And Inter IKEA Group To Industrialize TreeToTextile

    TreeToTextile AB is a joint venture between H&M group, Inter IKEA group and innovator Lars Stigsson since 2014, with the aim of developing new textile fibers in a sustainable way at attractive cost levels

  2. Koenig & Bauer And Durst Phototechnik Agree A 50/50 Joint Venture In Digital Printing

    To further advance the development of future-oriented digital printing solutions with added value for customers in the folding carton and corrugated printing markets, Koenig & Bauer AG and Durst Phototechnik AG from Brixen/Italy have agreed to pool their know-how and strengths in a 50/50 joint venture

  3. FlowState Marketing Announces Exclusive Licensing Agreement To Offer VersaTekTM, A Premium Corporate Apparel Line

    FlowState Marketing, a digital marketing and branding agency offering custom design and corporate identity products, announced a new exclusive licensing agreement to offer VersaTek TM, a premium corporate apparel line that is soft, durable, and wrinkle and soil resistant

  4. Lubrizol Announces Strategic Alliance With Vidalia Denim For Sustainably-Produced Denim Featuring X4zol™ -J Stretch Fibers

    The Lubrizol Corporation announces that its Engineered Polymers business has created a strategic alliance with Vidalia Denim, a division of Vidalia Mills Co., to incorporate its revolutionary X4zol(TM)-J elastomeric fiber in the production of Vidalia's stretch denim fabrics, maximizing the performance and eco-friendly benefits sought by leading brands and conscientious consumers alike

  5. Indonesian Textile Factory Buys The 6th BRÜCKNER Stenter

    Indonesia is one of the most important clothing and textile exporting countries worldwide and HARAPAN KURNIA is a part of this industry for over 45 years. The company is not only oriented in producing and selling high quality fabrics, they also strive to produce them in a more environmentally friendly process

  6. Molecular Insights Into Spider Silk

    They are lightweight, almost invisible, highly extensible and strong, and of course biodegradable: the threads spiders use to build their webs. In fact, spider silk belongs to the toughest fibres in nature

  7. Digital Ink Sciences Today Announces Breakthrough Digital Inks For Ricoh Print Heads (And More)

    Today, Digital Ink Sciences announced their newest ink formulation for Direct to Garment Printer and Wide Format Printers. DIS-250 is a Mid Viscosity ink formulation that is considered a breakthrough by industry insiders

  8. Teijin Develops Natural-Like Fabric As A New Product For DELTAPEAK Family

    Teijin Frontier Co., Ltd. , the Teijin Group's fiber and products converting company, announced recently that it has added a natural-like fabric—ideal for sportswear, fashionwear and uniforms—to its DELTAPEAK series of high-function fabrics

  9. SMART Explains The Secret Double Life Of Donated Textiles This America Recycles Day

    For this year’s National America Recycles Day on November 15, don’t forget about the importance of reusing and recycling textiles. According to the Secondary Materials and Recycled Textiles Association (SMART), a global organization of companies involved in the reuse and recycling of textiles and related secondary materials, the average U.S. citizen throws away 81 pounds of clothing each year

  10. EFI Introduces Next-Generation Single-Pass Reggiani BOLT Textile Digital Printer

    The brand-new, next-generation, single-pass EFI™ Reggiani BOLT textile digital printer from Electronics For Imaging, Inc. (Nasdaq:EFII) made its debut this week during an open house event at the EFI Reggianifacility in Bergamo, Italy