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24 April 2017 17:12PM

Celebrating the future with a jubilee

24 Apr 17 ,  Corporated News
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On the occasion of KARL MAYER’s 80th anniversary, the company invites you to an in-house show at its headquarters in Obertshausen at the beginning of July 2017

Trade
  • Vietnam emerges as contender for major textile exporter

    27 May 16 ,  Trade
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    HO CHI MINH CITY -- Vietnam is emerging as a potential new world production center of textile products, as major global apparel makers are expanding their production in the Southeast Asian country.

    HO CHI MINH CITY -- Vietnam is emerging as a potential new world production center of textile products, as major global apparel makers are expanding their production in the Southeast Asian country.

  • Vietnam, India hail progress in textiles trade

    24 May 16 ,  Trade
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    Vietnam and India have made significant progress in textile and garment trade last year, Vietnamese Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Do Thang Hai said on Tuesday.

    Vietnam and India have made significant progress in textile and garment trade last year, Vietnamese Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Do Thang Hai said on Tuesday.

  • IFC to improve sustainability in Vietnam’s textile & apparel manufacturing

    17 Mar 16 ,  Trade
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    IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is partnering with global apparel and footwear major VF Corporation and consumer products retailer Target Corporation to improve resource efficiency at their supplier factories in Vietnam.

    In what is being viewed as a move to promote Vietnam’s textile and apparel industry, International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, is partnering with VF Corporation, a global leader in apparel and footwear, and Target Corporation, a consumer products retailer, to better resource efficiency at their supplier factories in Vietnam.

  • Bangladesh to remain major supplier for H&M

    14 Mar 16 ,  Trade
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    Swedish clothing retail major H&M will continue to buy garment items from Bangladesh even as it scouts for alternative sourcing destinations, a top official of the company has said according to reports in the Bangladeshi media.

    Swedish clothing retail major H&M will continue to buy garment items from Bangladesh even as it scouts for alternative sourcing destinations, a top official of the company has said according to reports in the Bangladeshi media.

  • Global Organic Textile Standard Facilities Increase 18% in 2014

    03 Jun 15 ,  Trade
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    The number of facilities certified with the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) grew by more than 18 percent last year, to 3,663. GOTS’ seven representatives worldwide, China, Japan, EU, Germany/Austria/Switzerland, India/Bangladesh U.K., U.S./Canada, are helping to drive the increase of awareness of the certification.

    The number of facilities certified with the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) grew by more than 18 percent last year, to 3,663. GOTS’ seven representatives worldwide, China, Japan, EU, Germany/Austria/Switzerland, India/Bangladesh U.K., U.S./Canada, are helping to drive the increase of awareness of the certification.

  • Myanmar textile industry to mass produce quality cotton wear at fair price in future

    15 Jan 15 ,  Trade
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    Traditional cotton wears are in high demand at a time when the country’s textile industry sees less production, a local entrepreneur said, expecting that the industry will mass produce quality cotton wear at a fair price in the future.

    Traditional cotton wears are in high demand at a time when the country’s textile industry sees less production, a local entrepreneur said, expecting that the industry will mass produce quality cotton wear at a fair price in the future.

  • Uniqlo under fire over 'unsafe' factory conditions, low pay

    15 Jan 15 ,  Trade
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    The claims made by a Hong Kong-based human rights group come as the apparel chain pursues aggressive expansion plans in a bid to challenge international brands like Zara, H&M and Gap.

    The claims made by a Hong Kong-based human rights group come as the apparel chain pursues aggressive expansion plans in a bid to challenge international brands like Zara, H&M and Gap.

  • Textile industry at the crossroads of change

    15 Jan 15 ,  Trade
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    Relocation to Africa, in terms of costs and market access is proving attractive for companies

  • VIETNAM: THE MARKET OF THE FUTURE FOR TEXTILE MACHINERY

    24 Dec 14 ,  Trade
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    Positive feedback from the meetings held between ACIMIT and Vietnamese counterparts during the recent Italian business mission “Italy to Vietnam 2014”. To develop this market, Italian businesses are betting on sustainability and training.

    Positive feedback from the meetings held between ACIMIT and Vietnamese counterparts during the recent Italian business mission “Italy to Vietnam 2014”. To develop this market, Italian businesses are betting on sustainability and training.

  • Global clothing brands invited to localize their production in Russia

    03 Dec 14 ,  Trade
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    The textile industry in Russia has an ethical tradition and commands respect in the global market . Though the Russian textile industry faced challenges in the nineties, it is now emerging as a competitive industry. The Russian authorities have invited foreign clothing brands to localize their production in Russia, with new factories being offered long-term tax breaks until 2025, Deputy Industry and Trade Minister Viktor Yevtukhov said.

    The textile industry in Russia has an ethical tradition and commands respect in the global market . Though the Russian textile industry faced challenges in the nineties, it is now emerging as a competitive industry. The Russian authorities have invited foreign clothing brands to localize their production in Russia, with new factories being offered long-term tax breaks until 2025, Deputy Industry and Trade Minister Viktor Yevtukhov said.