ZCE to introduces more polyester products in future

Related Keywords: China, fiber, future, PET, polyester, polyethylene terephthalate, polymerization, PTA, Textile, ZCE, Zhengzhou

China
ZCE to introduces more polyester products in future
Summary: 
China's Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange (ZCE) plans to list next year polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottle chip and polyester staple fiber (PSF) futures. ZCE said at the Zhengzhou International Futures Forum it had finished preparatory work for the two products in July and drafted first edition contract details last month. Contract sizes will be 5/t, with a contract duration of 12 months and a minimum

China's Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange (ZCE) plans to list next year polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottle chip and polyester staple fiber (PSF) futures.

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The future of smart textile

Related Keywords: clothing, cotton, eco-friendly, fabrics, fiber, future, microplastics, Pinatex, science, sustainable, synthetic leather, vegan

United Kingdom
The future of smart textile
Summary: 
The clothing of the future will look nothing like what we wear today. Or maybe it will. A hunger for sustainability is leading researchers to new organic materials from which to design clothing. Other visionaries are working to make our future outfits as smart as we want to look. One of the fun things about watching science fiction movies, especially old ones, is seeing filmmakers' sometimes daffy predictions of what

The clothing of the future will look nothing like what we wear today. Or maybe it will.

A hunger for sustainability is leading researchers to new organic materials from which to design clothing.

Other visionaries are working to make our future outfits as smart as we want to look.

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Critical approach to fashion industry

Related Keywords: cotton, fabric, fashion, fashion industry, fiber, Garments, pure, silk, sustainable fashion

United Kingdom
Critical approach to fashion industry
Summary: 
In a long-ago era before the world worried about climate change, social justice, ecology, etc., sustainable fashion was based on the snob value of pure wool, pure cotton and pure silk. In a long-ago era before the world worried about climate change, social justice, ecology, etc., sustainable fashion was based on the snob value of pure wool, pure cotton and pure silk. Synthetic fabrics, initially hailed with wonder because they laundered

In a long-ago era before the world worried about climate change, social justice, ecology, etc., sustainable fashion was based on the snob value of pure wool, pure cotton and pure silk.

In a long-ago era before the world worried about climate change, social justice, ecology, etc., sustainable fashion was based on the snob value of pure wool, pure cotton and pure silk.

Synthetic fabrics, initially hailed with wonder because they laundered reasonably well the first few times and did not require ironing, were subsequently regarded with disdain by true fashionistas.

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Readymade garment import India

Related Keywords: apparel, Bangladesh, China, exports, fabrics, fiber, Garments, Imports, manufacturing, readymade

India
Readymade garment import India
Summary: 
Apparel industrialists here expressed worry over the duty free import trade of ready made garments (RMG)from Bangladesh. China has taken undue advantage of the free trade and is selling goods to India, they said. Under the South Asian Free Trade Area (SAFTA) agreement, Bangladesh was allowed to export more than 60 products including RMG to India without any duty. The neighbouring country’s share in international RMG market is next only to China. Industrial sources

Apparel industrialists here expressed worry over the duty free import trade of ready made garments (RMG)from Bangladesh. China has taken undue advantage of the free trade and is selling goods to India, they said.

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Montefibre Carbon unveils its first carbon fiber PAN precurso

Related Keywords: Carbon, carbon fiber, fiber, Montefibre, Plant, polyacrylonitrile, printing

Spain
Montefibre Carbon unveils its first carbon fiber PAN precurso
Summary: 
Montefibre Carbon's 80k aims to be the new standard for large-tow carbon fiber for industrial purposes, and the company expects its impact on the industry to be similar to the 50k tow first launched more than 20 years ago. Montefibre's carbon fiber precursor is produced from an exclusive polyacrylonitrile formulation (PAN), which enables a carbon fiber of high resistance, high elastic modulus, and low density, and which translates to

Montefibre Carbon's 80k aims to be the new standard for large-tow carbon fiber for industrial purposes, and the company expects its impact on the industry to be similar to the 50k tow first launched more than 20 years ago.

Montefibre's carbon fiber precursor is produced from an exclusive polyacrylonitrile formulation (PAN), which enables a carbon fiber of high resistance, high elastic modulus, and low density, and which translates to very rigid and lightweight high performance composites.

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Where does the world's cotton comes from?

Related Keywords: apparel, bales, Brazil, China, clothing, cotton, exports, fiber, market, production, U.S. Department of Agriculture, USDA, world

United States
Where does the world's cotton comes from?
Summary: 
Cotton is perhaps the most recognized fiber in the apparel market, and is used, either in its pure form or blended with other materials, to make much of the world’s clothing. The soft, fluffy staple fiber grows in a boll around the seeds of a cotton plant, and the fiber is nearly pure cellulose, the most abundant organic polymer on Earth. Fibers from the cotton plant are spun into yarn or thread and made

Cotton is perhaps the most recognized fiber in the apparel market, and is used, either in its pure form or blended with other materials, to make much of the world’s clothing.

The soft, fluffy staple fiber grows in a boll around the seeds of a cotton plant, and the fiber is nearly pure cellulose, the most abundant organic polymer on Earth. Fibers from the cotton plant are spun into yarn or thread and made into fiber, yielding soft, breathable textiles. Cotton is the most widely used natural fiber in clothing today.

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Natural fibers leading nonwoven

Related Keywords: apparel, cotton, fabrics, fiber, fibers, nonwoven, Procter & Gamble, Textile

United States
Natural fibers leading nonwoven
Summary: 
A walk through the feminine hygiene and baby diaper aisles is proof enough that natural products are enjoying gains in the nonwovens space. In the past few months, two major feminine hygiene brands—o.b. and Tampax were the latest companies to launch cotton products. o.b. organic, featuring 100% certified organic cotton tampons, offers a new choice for women who don’t want to

A walk through the feminine hygiene and baby diaper aisles is proof enough that natural products are enjoying gains in the nonwovens space. In the past few months, two major feminine hygiene brands—o.b. and Tampax were the latest companies to launch cotton products. o.b. organic, featuring 100% certified organic cotton tampons, offers a new choice for women who don’t want to sacrifice protection for sustainability. All o.b. organic tampons are free from chlorine, dyes, pesticides, fragrances and BPA.

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Archroma to launch new range of high wet fast disperse dyes

Related Keywords: Archroma, chemical, damange, dye, fabrics, fiber, Foron, ITMA, polyester, sustainable

Switzerland
Archroma to launch new range of high wet fast disperse dyes
Summary: 
Archroma, a global leader in color and specialty chemicals towards sustainable solutions, recently launched at the ITMA exhibition its new Foron® SP-WF, a range of high wet-fast disperse dyes for sportswear and active wear applications. The Foron® SP-WF dyes are especially suited for the coloration of polyester fibers and microfibers, and polyester/elastane blends, in exhaustion application. The Foron® SP-WF dyes were developed

Archroma, a global leader in color and specialty chemicals towards sustainable solutions, recently launched at the ITMA exhibition its new Foron® SP-WF, a range of high wet-fast disperse dyes for sportswear and active wear applications.

The Foron® SP-WF dyes are especially suited for the coloration of polyester fibers and microfibers, and polyester/elastane blends, in exhaustion application.

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Thermore launching Ecodown fibers marble

Related Keywords: Ecodown, fabrics, fiber, introduction, Marble, Recycle, Thermore

Italy
Thermore launching Ecodown fibers marble
Summary: 
For the last 5 years, Thermore has worked hard to develop the best possible free fiber technology. The current Ecodown® Fibers are very lofty, with a high fill power, durable, recycled and white. They utilize the most advanced free fiber technology on the market. “We realized there was very little to improve, technically”, says a Thermore spokesperson. “There was only one thing that we could change with this product and it would

For the last 5 years, Thermore has worked hard to develop the best possible free fiber technology. The current Ecodown® Fibers are very lofty, with a high fill power, durable, recycled and white. They utilize the most advanced free fiber technology on the market.

“We realized there was very little to improve, technically”, says a Thermore spokesperson. “There was only one thing that we could change with this product and it would make all the difference: the way it looks.”

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Cotton futures going down

Related Keywords: China, cotton, fiber, financial markets, future, liquidation, loss, Mills, Textile, trading

United Kingdom
Cotton futures going down
Summary: 
Cotton futures fell on Tuesday, as mills held off buying following a short-lived rally during the previous session and investor liquidation and a stronger U.S. dollar pressured prices. The most-active December cotton contract on ICE Futures U.S. edged down 0.82 cent, or 1 percent, to settle at 84.72 cents a lb. A lack of buying from global textile mills and long liquidation from investors pushed cotton prices to the day’s losses, after they climbed 1.8 percent during the previous session as investors renewed investment in riskier

Cotton futures fell on Tuesday, as mills held off buying following a short-lived rally during the previous session and investor liquidation and a stronger U.S. dollar pressured prices.

The most-active December cotton contract on ICE Futures U.S. edged down 0.82 cent, or 1 percent, to settle at 84.72 cents a lb.

A lack of buying from global textile mills and long liquidation from investors pushed cotton prices to the day’s losses, after they climbed 1.8 percent during the previous session as investors renewed investment in riskier assets at the start of the quarter.

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