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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Falling Indian domestic price gap to boost cotton imports

Related Keywords: bales, Brazil, China, cotton, domestic, prices, raw material, Textile

India
Falling Indian domestic price gap to boost cotton imports
Summary: 
The continuing contraction in international and domestic cotton prices following higher global production and a decline in domestic output is likely to boost imports further this year, says a report. The gap or spread between global and domestic cotton prices has been on a declining trend owing to higher production in Brazil and China, coupled with a fall in domestic production, says an India

The continuing contraction in international and domestic cotton prices following higher global production and a decline in domestic output is likely to boost imports further this year, says a report. The gap or spread between global and domestic cotton prices has been on a declining trend owing to higher production in Brazil and China, coupled with a fall in domestic production, says an India Ratings report Tuesday.

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Iran aims to be self-sufficiency in cotton production by 2025

Related Keywords: 2025, Agriculture, bales, cotton, Industry, Iran, self-sufficient, Textile, tons

Iran
Iran aims to be self-sufficiency in cotton production by 2025
Summary: 
According to Ebrahim Hezarjaribi, the executive of the Cotton Project at the Ministry of Agriculture, Iran’s annual cotton production will reach 386,000 tons by 2025, making the country self-sufficient in using the material in the textile industry. Last Iranian year (ended March 20), the country’ self-sustainment coefficient stood at about 45%, he said, adding that

According to Ebrahim Hezarjaribi, the executive of the Cotton Project at the Ministry of Agriculture, Iran’s annual cotton production will reach 386,000 tons by 2025, making the country self-sufficient in using the material in the textile industry.

Last Iranian year (ended March 20), the country’ self-sustainment coefficient stood at about 45%, he said, adding that figure in envisaged to reach 58% this year.

According to him, the cotton sowing area is expected to reach 82,000 hectares this year.

It is expected that 228,000 tons of cotton will be harvested this year, he added.

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Apparel Textile Sourcing Canada Show, August 19-21

Related Keywords: apparel, ATSC, Canada, fashion, fibre, ITKIB, marketing, Mills, TESTEX, Textile, Turkey

Canada
Apparel Textile Sourcing Canada Show, August 19-21
Summary: 
With Canada’s apparel market forecast to be worth almost 39 billion Canadian (29.66 billion U.S.) dollars by 2020 — a 20 percent increase from 2016 — representatives from more than 20 countries will convene in Toronto next month at the Apparel Textile Sourcing Canada (ATSC) 2019 show to present international trade opportunities to the booming Canadian

With Canada’s apparel market forecast to be worth almost 39 billion Canadian (29.66 billion U.S.) dollars by 2020 — a 20 percent increase from 2016 — representatives from more than 20 countries will convene in Toronto next month at the Apparel Textile Sourcing Canada (ATSC) 2019 show to present international trade opportunities to the booming Canadian apparel sector.

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RIL ties up with Kivanc Tekstil

Related Keywords: fabric, India, manufacturing, PET, polyester, Recycle, Reliance, RIL, Textile, Turkey

India
RIL ties up with Kivanc Tekstil
Summary: 
Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL) has joined hands with textile firm Kıvanc Tekstil of Turkey to manufacture and market R|Elan GreenGold, a sustainable and innovative fabric, to leading apparel brands and consumers across the world. "Apart from manufacturing and marketing R|Elan GreenGold fabrics, Kıvanc will be the exclusive distributor

Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL) has joined hands with textile firm Kıvanc Tekstil of Turkey to manufacture and market R|Elan GreenGold, a sustainable and innovative fabric, to leading apparel brands and consumers across the world.

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EU-Mercosur trade deal makes way for new opportunities

Related Keywords: clothing, EU, European Union, Eurotex, Industry, Investor, manufacturing, marketing, Textile

Spain
EU-Mercosur trade deal makes way for new opportunities
Summary: 
The European Union and Mercosur states – Argentina, Brazil Paraguay and Uruguay, have reached a conclusion of negotiations for a comprehensive and ambitious Free Trade Agreement at the end of last month. Euratex, the European Apparel and Textile Confederation, said it welcomes the agreement. The organisation has been actively engaged in the negotiation process to ensure an agreement fit for textile and clothing

The European Union and Mercosur states – Argentina, Brazil Paraguay and Uruguay, have reached a conclusion of negotiations for a comprehensive and ambitious Free Trade Agreement at the end of last month.

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Australian textile company calls for ban on nylon and PET carpets

Related Keywords: biodegradeable, carpet, chemicals, fabrics, renewable resource, Textile, toxic, woollen

Australia
Australian textile company calls for ban on nylon and PET carpets
Summary: 
Nylon and PET plastic pile carpet should be banned because of toxic chemicals added to them, according to the managing director of Australian woollen carpet company Supertuft. In an open document, Greg Galt voices concerns over "toxic fire retardants" and stain resistant chemicals. "Carpets that have a toxic and non-biodegradable pile are accumulating

Nylon and PET plastic pile carpet should be banned because of toxic chemicals added to them, according to the managing director of Australian woollen carpet company Supertuft.

In an open document, Greg Galt voices concerns over "toxic fire retardants" and stain resistant chemicals. "Carpets that have a toxic and non-biodegradable pile are accumulating on the floors of residences and offices all over the country," he warns. "When it comes time to replace these carpets, local municipalities and governments will realise that they have an environmental catastrophe on their hands."

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Pakistan seeks more Chinese investment

Related Keywords: apparel, China, investment, manufacturing, Pakistan, polyester, Textile, yarn

China
Pakistan seeks more Chinese investment
Summary: 
Prime Minister Adviser on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood has underlined the significance of investment opportunities in the textile sector for industrial development. In a meeting with a Chinese delegation of the National Textile and Apparel Council (CNTAC) on Tuesday, he urged the delegation to extend its cooperation in the textile sector. The two sides discussed bilateral

Prime Minister Adviser on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood has underlined the significance of investment opportunities in the textile sector for industrial development.

In a meeting with a Chinese delegation of the National Textile and Apparel Council (CNTAC) on Tuesday, he urged the delegation to extend its cooperation in the textile sector. The two sides discussed bilateral trade and investment opportunities.

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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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Covestro develops elastic fibers through CO2

Related Keywords: BioTex, BMBF, carbon footprint, Covestro, fibre, innovation, polymer, technology, Textile

Germany
Covestro develops elastic fibers through CO2
Summary: 
Polymer materials manufacturer Covestro has developed a method of yielding elastic textile fibres through the partial use of carbon dioxide as a replacement to crude oils. Produced in partnership with the Institute of Textile Technology at RWTH Aachen University, along with other collaborators, the fibres – made from CO2-based thermoplastic

Polymer materials manufacturer Covestro has developed a method of yielding elastic textile fibres through the partial use of carbon dioxide as a replacement to crude oils.

Produced in partnership with the Institute of Textile Technology at RWTH Aachen University, along with other collaborators, the fibres – made from CO2-based thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) – were created through the utilisation of a melt spinning technique that, unlike conventional dry spinning, is not reliant on harmful solvents.

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