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Future Textile Road Forum

25 Apr 17 ,  Corporated News
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The future of the new textile industry: a dialogue between Xinjiang, China and Europe

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  • Bioplastics packaging expected to have important growth in next 6 years

    05 Jun 15 ,  Other
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    Grand View Research expects the bioplastic packaging market to grow significantly over the next six years. In a report just issued on Bioplastic Packaging (Report Code: GVR1007), Grand View Research, the California based market research and consulting firm, delivers its prospective views for the period 2014-2020: Market Analysis, Market Size, Application Analysis, Regional Outlook, Competitive Strategies and Forecasts. Two strong drivers of the growth of the bioplastics packaging industry are identified:

    Grand View Research expects the bioplastic packaging market to grow significantly over the next six years. In a report just issued on Bioplastic Packaging (Report Code: GVR1007), Grand View Research, the California based market research and consulting firm, delivers its prospective views for the period 2014-2020: Market Analysis, Market Size, Application Analysis, Regional Outlook, Competitive Strategies and Forecasts. Two strong drivers of the growth of the bioplastics packaging industry are identified:

  • Chances for the Iranian textile sector

    06 May 15 ,  Other
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    Leonberg, April 2015 - On 21 / 22 April 2015 a textile machinery symposium took place in the Iranian capital Teheran, organized by the German VDMA. This was the first German event of this type on Iranian soil in the last ten years. With about 600 guests each day, the symposium was very well attended and showed clearly the interest in German textile machinery and their good reputation. The event was opened by Mrs Golnar Nasrollahi (General Manager of Textile & Garment Department), Mrs Regina Brückner (Chairwoman of the VDMA Association for Textile Machinery) and Mr Michael von Ungern-Sternberg (German Embassador).

     

    Brueckner Iran Symposium

    Opening ceremony of the symposium on 21 April 2015 in Tehran


    In total about 40 technology presentations were held. BRÜCKNER participated with a paper about innovative technologies regarding the thermal treatment of textiles. After that the guests had the opportunity to exchange views and compare notes with the representatives of German companies. It was clearly perceivable that there is a lot of unsatisfied demand in technological know-how and investments in Iran and a great general interest in German plants and lines with high quality standards. This is a clear opportunity for BRÜCKNER with their production site Germany to score in comparison with their competitors.


    Most of the visitors were decision-makers of private textile and carpet producers. Many of these companies do actually need spare parts and after-sales service but are also interested in investing in new machines. The Iranian Textile Minister Ms Nasrollahi emphasized in her opening speech that it is one of the targets of the Iranian government to stimulate the exports of the textile industry. Due to the political sanctions in the last years Iranian companies could only buy Asian machines and lines. But now the prospects are good for German machinery suppliers to regain market shares.


    Since decades BRÜCKNER is leading in the development and the production of finishing lines for the textile industry. We offer individual solutions for the coating and finishing of technical textiles, nonwovens, floor covering and classical garment textiles. In addition we have energy saving systems such as heat-recovery or exhaust air cleaning systems in our product portfolio and we accompany our customer with advisory service during the complete project phase and beyond. Convince yourself and visit us on TECHTEXTIL in Frankfurt from 4 to 7 May 2015 in hall 3.0, booth no. F29.

  • Teddy Stratford Shirts for the Simultaneously Stylish & Lazy Man in Your Life

    11 Dec 14 ,  Other
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    If every oxford you've ever tried has been too tight, too baggy, too long, or too short, meet Teddy Stratford's zip-fit shirt.

    If every oxford you've ever tried has been too tight, too baggy, too long, or too short, meet Teddy Stratford's zip-fit shirt.

  • Global Textile Congress 2015

    11 Dec 14 ,  Other
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    TAI spreading the image beyond the Indian Shores!  

  • 15 FallWinter Fashion Collabs You Don’t Want to Miss

    18 Nov 14 ,  Other
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    Good and bad news for holiday shopping lovers (who does’t love shopping?). First, the good news: The fall/winter season is jam-packed with fashion collaborations that are full of unexpected, outrageous and out-of-the-box items that will seriously blow your mind. Now, for the bad news: You should have started saving last year, because all of these mashups are so awesome, you’re going to want at least one piece from each collection. Just scroll down, and you see what we mean.

    Good and bad news for holiday shopping lovers (who does’t love shopping?). First, the good news: The fall/winter season is jam-packed with fashion collaborations that are full of unexpected, outrageous and out-of-the-box items that will seriously blow your mind. Now, for the bad news: You should have started saving last year, because all of these mashups are so awesome, you’re going to want at least one piece from each collection. Just scroll down, and you see what we mean.

  • Beyoncé teams up with Topshop for athletic streetwear label

    18 Nov 14 ,  Other
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    BEYONCE is launching an activewear label with Topshop, which will include "clothing, footwear and accessories across dance, fitness and sports categories". The singing superstar has created a 50-50 partnership with the British retailer, listed as Parkwood Topshop Athletic Ltd, to produce an athletic streetwear brand, which is - as yet - unnamed.

    Singer will produce clothing, footwear and accessories to be sold in fashion chain’s shops and websites around the world

  • A 12-year-old started a Bow Tie company that already has $150,000 in sales and 5 employees

    27 Sep 14 ,  Other
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    Moziah Bridges, the 12-year-old founder of a successful bow tie company.

  • Spring/Summer Fashion Week Opens New Theme Zones, Fashion Collections, Highlight Four-Day Show

    04 Jul 12 ,  Other
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    3 July 2012 – More than 1,250 exhibitors from 21 countries and regions are on hand for the 19th HKTDC Hong Kong Fashion Week for Spring/Summer, which opened today and continues through 6 July at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC).

  • Material ConneXion Names DyeCoo Winner Of 2012 MEDIUM Award

    30 May 12 ,  Other
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    New York City-based materials consultancy Material ConneXion Inc. has named the Netherlands-based DyeCoo Textile Systems BV winner of the third annual MEDIUM Award for Material of the Year for its waterless dyeing technology. The MEDIUM award recognizes materials and processes juried into Material ConneXion’s materials library within the past year that demonstrate outstanding technological innovation and the potential to make a significant contribution to the advancement of design, industry, society and the economy.

  • Ready for anything

    15 Nov 11 ,  Other
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    When the red-shirt riots gripped Bangkok last year, the business of Siam Cement Group (SCG) was disrupted, but only for two days. But the May 2010 incident prompted Thailand's top industrial conglomerate to realise it needed measures in place to cope with anything unexpected in the future.