Overlapping seasonality and the five 'Rs' of sustainability

Related Keywords: CO2, denim, fabric, innovation, launch, market, production, sustainability

Italy
Overlapping seasonality and the five 'Rs' of sustainability
Summary: 
PG DENIM, the designer project by Paolo Gnutti, is ready for several important events scheduled for the autumn with ground-breaking interpretations and a new – increasingly green – business model. The occasion is its participation in the Blue Zone at Munich Fabric Start (Munich, 3-5 September 2019), a space which is increasingly often reserved for companies and projects

PG DENIM, the designer project by Paolo Gnutti, is ready for several important events scheduled for the autumn with ground-breaking interpretations and a new – increasingly green – business model. The occasion is its participation in the Blue Zone at Munich Fabric Start (Munich, 3-5 September 2019), a space which is increasingly often reserved for companies and projects with a high innovation rate in the world of denim.

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East Chinese nylon production giant breaks ground

Related Keywords: adiponitrile, China, China Tianchen Engineering Corporation, hexanediamine, manufacturing, nylon, nylon 66, production, raw material, TCC

China
East Chinese nylon production giant breaks ground
Summary: 
A giant production site broke ground on Monday in east China's Shandong Province, with an annual production capacity of 1 million tonnes of new nylon materials. With a total investment of around 20 billion yuan (around 2.83 billion U.S. dollars), the site covers an area about 200 hectares in the city of Zibo. It will also have an annual production capacity of 500,000 tonnes of hexanediamine, 500,000 tonnes

A giant production site broke ground on Monday in east China's Shandong Province, with an annual production capacity of 1 million tonnes of new nylon materials.

With a total investment of around 20 billion yuan (around 2.83 billion U.S. dollars), the site covers an area about 200 hectares in the city of Zibo.

It will also have an annual production capacity of 500,000 tonnes of hexanediamine, 500,000 tonnes of adiponitrile and 500,000 tonnes of acrylonitrile.

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Pressure on the cotton prices remains maintained

Related Keywords: China, clothing, consumption, cotton, Imports, market, Osaka, production, Textiles, United States

United States
Pressure on the cotton prices remains maintained
Summary: 
Even though the trade dispute between the United States and China has moved away from escalation and towards reconciliation since the G20 meeting in June in Osaka, the consequences of this already year-long exchange of blows between two big players in the international cotton industry are clearly noticeable in the market. There are widespread insecurities in completing contracts in the international

Even though the trade dispute between the United States and China has moved away from escalation and towards reconciliation since the G20 meeting in June in Osaka, the consequences of this already year-long exchange of blows between two big players in the international cotton industry are clearly noticeable in the market. There are widespread insecurities in completing contracts in the international cotton trade. “Uncertainty is the new normal,” summed up Bremen Cotton Exchange in its Cotton Telegram of 16th July 2019.

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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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Iran boosting garments output, exports

Related Keywords: clothing, domestic, economy. output, exports, Garments, Iran, manufacturers, production

Iran
Iran boosting garments output, exports
Summary: 
In an interview by Tasnim news agency, Abolqasem Shirazi also announced about exports of garments to Afghanistan, Iraq, Russia and Yemen. Increasing non-oil exports to the neighboring countries is one of the major plans that Iranian government is pursuing in the current year. Iran shares border with fifteen countries, namely the United Arab Emirates, Iraq, Turkey, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Russia, Oman, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Kuwait, Qatar, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Bahrain

In an interview by Tasnim news agency, Abolqasem Shirazi also announced about exports of garments to Afghanistan, Iraq, Russia and Yemen.

Increasing non-oil exports to the neighboring countries is one of the major plans that Iranian government is pursuing in the current year.

Iran shares border with fifteen countries, namely the United Arab Emirates, Iraq, Turkey, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Russia, Oman, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Kuwait, Qatar, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Bahrain, and Saudi Arabia.

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Why is the fluffy cotton crop so bad for the planet?

Related Keywords: cotton, damage, dye, environment, fabric, fertilisers, Garments, pesticides, planet, production, water

United Kingdom
Why is the fluffy cotton crop so bad for the planet?
Summary: 
The fashion bizz gets a tough enough time (and rightly so) for being one of the world’s most-polluting industries. Add in the fact that the most prevalent material in our clothes is also one of the worst culprits in polluting the planet and you can see why cotton is currently public enemy #1. But why is the fluffy cotton crop so bad for the planet? And what...

The fashion bizz gets a tough enough time (and rightly so) for being one of the world’s most-polluting industries. Add in the fact that the most prevalent material in our clothes is also one of the worst culprits in polluting the planet and you can see why cotton is currently public enemy #1.

But why is the fluffy cotton crop so bad for the planet? And what can we do about it? GLAMOUR spoke to Charlotte Turner, Head of Sustainable Fashion & Textiles at sustainability and communications consultancy Eco-Age to get the low-down.

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Jeanologia develops the sourcing model of the future

Related Keywords: design, digital, eco-efficient, fabric, garment, innovation, ITMA, Jeanologist, production, technology, Textiles

Spain
Jeanologia develops the sourcing model of the future
Summary: 
The Spanish company leader in developing eco-efficient technology, will present the sourcing model of the future at ITMA 2019. This innovative production process marks the beginning of a new era in the textile industry. This operational model delivers five fundamental benefits to the textile

The Spanish company leader in developing eco-efficient technology, will present the sourcing model of the future at ITMA 2019. This innovative production process marks the beginning of a new era in the textile industry.

This operational model delivers five fundamental benefits to the textile industry: it is eco-efficient, cost neutral, scalable, agile and digital; connecting design, production and consumer.

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Chinese imports may impact the cost of everything

Related Keywords: apparel, China, clothing, export, import, manufacturing, production, tariff, trade, United States, war

United States
Chinese imports may impact the cost of everything
Summary: 
By now you may have heard that increasing tariffs on imports from China may impact the cost of everything from sneakers to patio furniture by up to 25%. But in many categories, it’s still unclear how that increased cost could impact the end

By now you may have heard that increasing tariffs on imports from China may impact the cost of everything from sneakers to patio furniture by up to 25%.

But in many categories, it’s still unclear how that increased cost could impact the end consumer: that’s you, who’s trying to buy a shoe or a lawn chair.

Direct-to-consumer apparel company Everlane showed the New York Times how much prices for its popular products could change once new tariffs are included in production costs.

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Ukrainian technical textiles planning to go big

Related Keywords: clothes, Donbass, fabrics, non woven, production, Textile, Ukraine

Ukraine
Ukrainian technical textiles planning to go big
Summary: 
Ukraine plans to attract up to US$ 300 million of investments in the development of the domestic technical textiles and nonwovens industry in the next several years, according to the Ukrainian

Ukraine plans to attract up to US$ 300 million of investments in the development of the domestic technical textiles and nonwovens industry in the next several years, according to the Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers.

This is seen as a response to the recent plans of the Russian government to make heavy investments in the development of technical textiles, mainly to be supplied for the ever-growing needs of the Russian defence sector.

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Polyplex and TPL have presented a bioriented polyester films containing 70 percent post-consumer recyclate

Related Keywords: BOPET, carbon footprint, chemical, PET, plastic waste, polyerster, production, recyclate, recycling, rPET, USFDA

India
Polyplex and TPL have presented a bioriented polyester films containing 70 perce
Summary: 
Chemical Recycling Enables Production of Polyester Film Containing 70% Post-Consumer Recyclate. The development of these films was made possible thanks to investments in chemical recycling. This technology uses post-consumer PET bottles. The bottle flakes are depolymerized to monomers and in the further

Chemical Recycling Enables Production of Polyester Film Containing 70% Post-Consumer Recyclate.

The development of these films was made possible thanks to investments in chemical recycling. This technology uses post-consumer PET bottles. The bottle flakes are depolymerized to monomers and in the further polymerization transformed to PCR PET resins suitable for extrusion into BOPET films. This operation can be repeated indefinitely and the BOPET produced with this technology are suitable for direct food contact in accordance to USFDA and European legislation.

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