Cotton Egypt Association threatens to name and shame

Related Keywords: CEA, cotton, Cotton Egypt Association, fiber, fibres, luxury cotton, Textile, Textile Industry

Egypt
Cotton Egypt Association threatens to name and shame
Summary: 
Cotton Egypt Association (CEA), the non-profit which supports the Egyptian Cotton brand, has launched an initiative that will work to “actively root out” counterfeiters in the textile industry and will name and shame the manufacturers found to be falsely advertising stock under the brand name. CEA is committed to ensuring the authenticity of its luxury cotton and to do so wants to eradicate cases

Cotton Egypt Association (CEA), the non-profit which supports the Egyptian Cotton brand, has launched an initiative that will work to “actively root out” counterfeiters in the textile industry and will name and shame the manufacturers found to be falsely advertising stock under the brand name.

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Cotton prices go up

Related Keywords: China, cotton, export, fiber, Imports, Mexico, prices, United States

United States
Cotton prices go up
Summary: 
Cotton prices settled higher on Monday as the United States and Mexico, a major importer of US supplies, averted a trade dispute, while investors remained cautious ahead of a crucial monthly crop supply and demand report. Cotton contracts for July settled up 0.4 cent, or 0.61%, at 65.99 cents per lb. It traded within a range of 64.85 and 66.5 cents a lb. The front month contract

Cotton prices settled higher on Monday as the United States and Mexico, a major importer of US supplies, averted a trade dispute, while investors remained cautious ahead of a crucial monthly crop supply and demand report. Cotton contracts for July settled up 0.4 cent, or 0.61%, at 65.99 cents per lb. It traded within a range of 64.85 and 66.5 cents a lb. The front month contract snapped four straight sessions of losses, after shedding almost 3.7% last week.

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Indian textile industry aims the 350 billion dollor mark by 2025

Related Keywords: apparel, cotton, exports, fabric, fashion, fiber, Garments, import, India, Industry, revenue, Textile, yarn

India
Indian textile industry aims the 350 billion dollor mark by 2025
Summary: 
India, which is emerging as a global textile hub with huge potential, needs to develop man-made fibre to remain competitive in the global market and it aims to be a $350 billion industry by 2025, industry officials

India, which is emerging as a global textile hub with huge potential, needs to develop man-made fibre to remain competitive in the global market and it aims to be a $350 billion industry by 2025, industry officials June 6 said.

"It is high time that the industry changes its approach to move into the second growth phase and aim for exports of around $100 billion from the current $40 billion," Textiles Secretary Ajit B Chavan said at the CII Texexcel 2019, the National Textiles 4.0 Summit here.

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Rain impacts cotton crop in Texas Panhandle

Related Keywords: bales, cotton, crop, fiber, heavy rainfall, temperature, Texas, Textile

United States
Rain impacts cotton crop in Texas Panhandle
Summary: 
This year’s rain is creating problems for many cotton producers in the Texas Panhandle. The weather this year has brought more rain and when there’s too much rain in consecutive days it can damage cotton crops. “Everything that can go wrong with too much

This year’s rain is creating problems for many cotton producers in the Texas Panhandle. The weather this year has brought more rain and when there’s too much rain in consecutive days it can damage cotton crops.

“Everything that can go wrong with too much rain has gone wrong,” said Jerrell Key, General Manager of Adobe Walls Gin LP.

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Fabrics could be the next big thing

Related Keywords: carbon fiber, CNC, fiber, Germany, Glass fiber, Institute of Building Structures and Structural Design, PTFE

Germany
Fabrics could be the next big thing
Summary: 
Humans have been using fabric to create shelter for thousands of years. If a set of groundbreaking researchers and designers have their way, however, applications of textile-based architectural elements have the potential to play an important

Humans have been using fabric to create shelter for thousands of years. If a set of groundbreaking researchers and designers have their way, however, applications of textile-based architectural elements have the potential to play an important role in shaping the future of enclosures as well.

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Turning old clothes into everything new

Related Keywords: aerogels, Australia, clothing waste, cotton, Deakin University, fabrics, fiber, nanoscale, polyester, Textiles

Australia
Turning old clothes into everything new
Summary: 
Australia has a fashion problem. More than 500,000 tonnes of clothing waste is sent to landfill each year. But a new way of recycling could redirect some of our unwanted textiles from polluting the

Australia has a fashion problem. More than 500,000 tonnes of clothing waste is sent to landfill each year. But a new way of recycling could redirect some of our unwanted textiles from polluting the environment, by repurposing cotton waste into anything from new clothes to prosthetic knees.

Developed by our team at Deakin University, where we work on designing materials and processes for a circular economy, this solution for recycling textiles involves dissolving cotton and regenerating it into brand-new cellulose – a complex, strong carbohydrate with many industrial uses.

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Fruit-and-Veg-based fashion

Related Keywords: Carzana, clothes, fashion, fiber, fruit, H&M, materials, sustainability, vegetable

United States
Fruit-and-Veg-based fashion
Summary: 
Fruit and vegetables are good for us. We all know that. But what if our clothes counted towards our five a day? Would that make the planet healthier, too? We are told the one thing we can do to reduce

Fruit and vegetables are good for us. We all know that. But what if our clothes counted towards our five a day? Would that make the planet healthier, too? We are told the one thing we can do to reduce our carbon emissions is to eat less beef, so the next step would be to wear less leather. We also know that cotton production is water-intensive and polluting. So the next generation of textiles made from apple peel, grape pulp, oranges and pineapples is here not a moment too soon. Never mind eat more greens. What we really need is to wear them.

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Nylon made from waste for activewear

Related Keywords: econyl, fiber, Girls Inc., landfills, leggings, nylon, sports bra, waste

United States
Nylon made from waste for activewear
Summary: 
Retail brand Free People recently announced three activewear styles made from ECONYL, a sustainable yarn developed in Italy. ECONYL is a 100% regenerated nylon fiber made with discarded

Retail brand Free People recently announced three activewear styles made from ECONYL, a sustainable yarn developed in Italy. ECONYL is a 100% regenerated nylon fiber made with discarded waste collected from landfills and oceans (fishing nets and fabric scraps). ECONYL allows new products to be made without ever revisiting new resources.

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U.S. polyester textured yarn imports

Related Keywords: apparels, China, clothes, customs, exports, fabrics, fiber, government, Imports, India, polyester, polymerization, United States, yarns

United States
U.S. polyester textured yarn imports
Summary: 
WASHINGTON, April 29, 2019: On April 29, 2019, the U.S. Department of Commerce ("Commerce Department") announced affirmative preliminary determinations that producers and exporters of imports of polyester textured

WASHINGTON, April 29, 2019: On April 29, 2019, the U.S. Department of Commerce ("Commerce Department") announced affirmative preliminary determinations that producers and exporters of imports of polyester textured yarn from China and India are being unfairly subsidized by their respective governments at double- and triple-digit margins, as follows.

Polyester Textured Yarn Imports from China

Producer/Exporter

Preliminary
Subsidy Rate (%)

Fujian Billion Polymerization Fiber Industrial Co Ltd.

32.04

Jiangsu Shenghong Textile Imp & Exp Co.

459.98

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From hats to T-shirts, the mission at Cotton Row Clothier

Related Keywords: clothing, clothing line, Cotton Row Clothier, cotton trader, fiber, shirts

United States
From hats to T-shirts, the mission at Cotton Row Clothier
Summary: 
A new brand is turning a family tradition into a clothing favorite, made entirely with cotton from the Lone Star State. Brady Raindl is the co-creator of Cotton Row Clothier. He’s a cotton trader by day and started the clothing line

A new brand is turning a family tradition into a clothing favorite, made entirely with cotton from the Lone Star State.

Brady Raindl is the co-creator of Cotton Row Clothier. He’s a cotton trader by day and started the clothing line out of his love for cotton.

“My family grew cotton, so I’ve been in fields all my life,” Raindl says. “Cotton has touched me in some form or fashion.”

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