Kenya happy with the Rivatex revival

Related Keywords: ATA, bales, cotton, fiber, government, Kenya, Mills, Rivatex, supply chain, Tanzania, Textile, Uganda

Kenya
Kenya happy with the Rivatex revival
Summary: 
The quest to return Kenya’s cotton farming to profitability has received a vital jolt with the recent reopening of textile factories in the country. Two weeks ago, President Uhuru Kenyatta presided over the official reopening of the Rivatex textile factory with a strong pitch for more cotton growing in the country. Besides the Eldoret-based cotton processor, Thika Cotton Mills, Bedi Investments

The quest to return Kenya’s cotton farming to profitability has received a vital jolt with the recent reopening of textile factories in the country.

Two weeks ago, President Uhuru Kenyatta presided over the official reopening of the Rivatex textile factory with a strong pitch for more cotton growing in the country. Besides the Eldoret-based cotton processor, Thika Cotton Mills, Bedi Investments and Ken Knit factories have also reopened their doors to cotton-processing.

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Indian texile and apparel industry reinventing itself

Related Keywords: apparel, Bangladesh, environmental impact, fashion, fast fashion, government, Higg Index, India, innovation, market, Textile

India
Indian texile and apparel industry reinventing itself
Summary: 
India feels the adverse social and environmental impact of ‘fast fashion’; however, this may change soon. India is a global manufacturing hub for textiles and apparel, coping with growing international and domestic demand. The global textiles market is projected to reach $1.3 trillion by 2025. Similarly, the domestic market

India feels the adverse social and environmental impact of ‘fast fashion’; however, this may change soon.

India is a global manufacturing hub for textiles and apparel, coping with growing international and domestic demand. The global textiles market is projected to reach $1.3 trillion by 2025. Similarly, the domestic market for apparel is estimated to reach $59.3 billion by 2022 and that for textiles to grow to $223 billion by 2021. The industry is also critical in terms of income and employment generation, contributing to 5 percent of India’s current GDP.

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H&M planning to boost profits this FY

Related Keywords: China, clothing, Garments, H&M, India, Inditex, Mexico, Myntra, Pretax, profit, Sweden, Textile, Textiles, Thiland, Tmall, Zara

Sweden
H&M planning to boost profits this FY
Summary: 
The apparel retailer said that the composition of inventory has improved, implying it will become easier to sell the garments. Hennes & Mauritz AB surged after the struggling Swedish clothing retailer showed progress coping with a buildup of unsold garments, raising hopes that the worst may be over after a three-year slump

The apparel retailer said that the composition of inventory has improved, implying it will become easier to sell the garments.

Hennes & Mauritz AB surged after the struggling Swedish clothing retailer showed progress coping with a buildup of unsold garments, raising hopes that the worst may be over after a three-year slump in earnings.

Inventory dropped slightly as a proportion of sales, easing to 18.2% at the end of May from a record 18.9% as of last August, H&M said Thursday. CEO Karl-Johan Persson said H&M still aims to boost operating profit this year.

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Denim museum which has more than 15,000 garments

Related Keywords: Candiani, denims, Elleti Group, Garments, jeans, museum, Textile

Italy
Denim museum which has more than 15,000 garments
Summary: 
Verona is not just the fictional home of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. The Northern Italian city now lays claim to a denim archive housing more than 15,000 pieces dating as far back as the mid-19th century.Laundry and garment manufacturer, Elleti Group, celebrated last week the grand opening of its denim museum with a host of industry friends and

Verona is not just the fictional home of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. The Northern Italian city now lays claim to a denim archive housing more than 15,000 pieces dating as far back as the mid-19th century.

Laundry and garment manufacturer, Elleti Group, celebrated last week the grand opening of its denim museum with a host of industry friends and partners.

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Innovation leads the way at ITMA 2019

Related Keywords: brands, CEMATEX, Garments, global, Industry, innovation, ITMA, machinery, manufacturing, Spain, technology, Textile

Spain
Innovation leads the way at ITMA 2019
Summary: 
Themed ‘Innovating the World of Textiles’, the 18th edition of ITMA, the world’s most established textile and garment technology exhibition, concluded successfully in Barcelona, Spain. The global textile and garment manufacturing industry converged at ITMA 2019, chalking up new records for the exhibition which has been held every four years since 1951. It featured

Themed ‘Innovating the World of Textiles’, the 18th edition of ITMA, the world’s most established textile and garment technology exhibition, concluded successfully in Barcelona, Spain.

The global textile and garment manufacturing industry converged at ITMA 2019, chalking up new records for the exhibition which has been held every four years since 1951. It featured many exciting new product launches and innovative technologies and products, including those that leverage the Internet of Things, by 1717 exhibitors from 45 countries.

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China to introduce qualified overseas traders for cotton futures

Related Keywords: China, Commodity Exchange, cotton, exchange, export, future, import, overseas traders, PTA, statistics, Textile, trading

China
China to introduce qualified overseas traders for cotton futures
Summary: 
China's Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange said it will promote the introduction of qualified overseas traders in the trading of cotton futures. The exchange listed the goal in a recently-issued white paper on cotton futures. As the world's largest producer, consumer and exporter of textile, China listed cotton

China's Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange said it will promote the introduction of qualified overseas traders in the trading of cotton futures.

The exchange listed the goal in a recently-issued white paper on cotton futures.

As the world's largest producer, consumer and exporter of textile, China listed cotton futures on the exchange in June 2004 to help cotton-related enterprises hedge the price risk. Since 2004, a daily average of 144,000 lots (5 tonnes per lot) have been traded.

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Brrr keeping clothes cool with Textile Tech

Related Keywords: brrr, clothes, cool, fabrics, Intertek, nylon, Omax, polyester, Taiwan, technology, Textile, yarn

United States
Brrr keeping clothes cool with Textile Tech
Summary: 
Cool is a science. And this is about textile technology, not fashion. Although clothes make from brrr° yarn may look good, the cool factor is in the company's Triple Chill Effect, according to a company rep. The newest news from the Atlanta, Georgia, startup is test data from an independent lab that

Cool is a science. And this is about textile technology, not fashion.

Although clothes make from brrr° yarn may look good, the cool factor is in the company's Triple Chill Effect, according to a company rep.

The newest news from the Atlanta, Georgia, startup is test data from an independent lab that shows brrr°'s technology can keep people cooler and more comfortable in everyday activities. As The Fonz would say, "Aaaay!"

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Taiwan smart machinery leads textile industry

Related Keywords: ACME, Adidas, AK Dyeing, brands, CCI Tech, dyeing, innovation, machinery, Nike, Pai Lung, T.C.H, Tai Ho Shing, TAITRA, Taiwan, Taiwan Giu Chunc, Textile, THS, trade, Uniglo

Taiwan
Taiwan smart machinery leads textile industry
Summary: 
Taiwan’s textile industry is attracting more and more international attention. Global brands such as Nike, Adidas, Uniqlo, etc. use functional fabrics from Taiwan, 70% of the international market, which makes the country one of the best textile manufacture suppliers in the world. As well as the talent, experience and the healthy relationship with big global manufacturers, there’s a big effort

Taiwan’s textile industry is attracting more and more international attention. Global brands such as Nike, Adidas, Uniqlo, etc. use functional fabrics from Taiwan, 70% of the international market, which makes the country one of the best textile manufacture suppliers in the world. As well as the talent, experience and the healthy relationship with big global manufacturers, there’s a big effort in Taiwan’s textile machinery supply chain.

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A more international ITMA 2019 sets new record with biggest number of exhibitors

Related Keywords: CEMATEX, China, garment, Germany, India, Industry, innovation, ITMA, machinery, manufacturer, Textile, value chain

Spain
A more international ITMA 2019 sets new record with biggest number of exhibitors
Summary: 
Since its launch in 1951, ITMA has enjoyed wide industry recognition as the world’s largest textile and garment technology exhibition. This year’s exhibition in Barcelona sees its reputation solidify further with the largest gathering of exhibitors in its history. The record number of exhibitors totaling 1,717 from 45 countries has set

Since its launch in 1951, ITMA has enjoyed wide industry recognition as the world’s largest textile and garment technology exhibition. This year’s exhibition in Barcelona sees its reputation solidify further with the largest gathering of exhibitors in its history. The record number of exhibitors totaling 1,717 from 45 countries has set a new milestone.

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Readymade garment exports go up in May

Related Keywords: China, cotton, council, exports, Garments, goverment, Imports, India, May, readymade, RoSCTL, Textile

India
Readymade garment exports go up in May
Summary: 
Export of readymade garments has increased 9.25% in April-May this year compared to the corresponding period last year. “This is clearly because of the support announced by the government in March 2019 for garments and made-ups,” said Sanjay K. Jain, chairman, Confederation of Indian Textile Industry. The Centre announced a Scheme for Rebate

Export of readymade garments has increased 9.25% in April-May this year compared to the corresponding period last year.

“This is clearly because of the support announced by the government in March 2019 for garments and made-ups,” said Sanjay K. Jain, chairman, Confederation of Indian Textile Industry. The Centre announced a Scheme for Rebate of State and Central Taxes and Levies (RoSCTL) in March.

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