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  1. SILVADUR™ Antimicrobials From Dow Microbial Control Earns Certification From Global Textile Industry Safety Standard Organization, Bluesign®

    Dow Microbial Control, a global business unit of DowDuPont Specialty Products Division, announced today that its patented antimicrobial technology for textiles and apparel – SILVADUR™ Antimicrobials – has been certified by the Bluesign® system, an important signifier to brands and manufacturers of the technology’s safety

  2. Focus On The Central American Textile Industry

    With over 30 years of history, Exintex has been consolidated as one of the most important textile trade fairs in Mexico and one of the leading fairs in Latin America. This year, Stäubli Textile is pleased to exhibit its machinery systems and automation solutions for process optimization in the weaving and knitting industries

  3. Highsun And KARL MAYER - A Successful Team In The Direct Warping Sector

    Highsun has made a name for itself as one of the world’s largest company groups specialising in the polymerisation and spinning of polyamide and in the production of spandex. The Chinese group focuses on high-quality products and on new innovations

  4. Vidalia Denim To Supply Denim Fabrics From Louisiana Mill

    A new US textile maker Vidalia Denim has secured its initial funding to produce yarns and fabrics for the North American market. Located in Vidalia, Louisiana, the heart of the cotton-producing region of the Mississippi Delta, the factory will employ more than 300 full-time workers and over half of the mill's energy needs will be met from renewable sources

  5. Global Dissolving Wood Pulp Market 2018-2022| Increase In Demand For Cotton Substitute In Textile Manufacturing To Augment Demand| Technavio

    Technavio analysts forecast the global dissolving wood pulp market to grow at a CAGR of nearly 3% during the forecast period, according to their latest market research report

  6. Kraig Biocraft Laboratories Accelerates Its Spider Silk Production Ramp Up, The Result Of Recent Meetings With Senior Vietnamese And US Embassy Officials

    Kraig Biocraft Laboratories, Inc. (“Company”), the leading developer of spider silk based fibers, announces recently that Jon Rice, the Company’s COO, held meetings with senior Vietnamese officials in Quang Nam, and US government officials at the US Embassy in Hanoi, Vietnam, to advance its production ramp-up plan for Prodigy Textiles Co., Ltd. The Company has already received its business license for Prodigy Textiles and its investment authorization for up to $2.2M

  7. Second Kornit Vulcan Order To Speed Up Digital Print Growth Path At T-Shirt & Sons

    Kornit Digital, (NASDAQ:KRNT), a global market leader in digital textile printing innovation, announces that T-Shirt & Sons (Westbury, UK), has placed an order for a second high-productivity, low cost-per-print Kornit Vulcan system in a few weeks’ time

  8. DuPont™ Sorona® Brand Becomes bluesign® System Partner

    DuPont Industrial Biosciences announced today its partnership with bluesign® for the bio-based, high-performance polymer Sorona®. The bluesign® system unites the textile supply chain to jointly reduce its impact on people and the environment, ensure responsible use of resources, and guarantee the highest level of consumer safety

  9. Reduce Fuel Consumption: Smart Myanmar To Garment Sector

    Smart Myanmar, a venture financed by the European Union (EU), has prompted piece of clothing processing plants in Myanmar to diminish utilization of fuel, paying little respect to the source

  10. ‘Greener’ Ways To Color Clothes

    When buying a new outfit, most people don’t consider the process that went into tinting that vivid red shirt or colorfully patterned dress. But dyeing clothes requires massive amounts of water, energy and chemicals