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Working hours freedom is good news – BRC, United Kingdom
Keeping the freedom to choose working hours is good news for UK workers and businesses, said the British Retail Consortium (BRC).The BRC has long
PTA futures fall on news of likely cut in Spanish sovereign rating, China
PTA futures contract 1105 at Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange fell ......
Myant & Ryerson Uni FCAD partner for textile computing lab, Canada
Toronto-based Myant Inc, the world’s first end-to-end textile computing company, and Ryerson University’s faculty of communication and design (FCAD), Canada’s leading creative innovation hub, are
Oerlikon Textile Simplifies Organization, Switzerland
Profile of Clement WoonClement Woon (52, Singaporean) is an internationally experienced Executive. He has held leadership positions at, inter alia, Thomson Consumer Electronics and the
MCI strike in Haiti, port closure hits textile sector, Haiti
The strike of employees of Haiti's ministry of trade and industry (MCI) and the temporary closure this week of the Port of Lafiteau have adversely affected the textile sector, according to Georges
Woolmark shows textile innovations at India Fashion Forum, India
The Woolmark Company has displayed the latest innovations with Merino wool at the recently concluded India Fashion Forum. The Woolmark Company presented the latest edition of The Wool Lab Sport and
Turkish Yeşim Textile to employ 5000 at planned Ağrı plant, Turkey
Turkish company Yeşim Textile will employ 5,000 people at its production plant planned in Ağrı, the capital of Ağrı Province in the eastern part of the country. This is part of the company’s efforts
Investors’ conclave on technical textiles this month, India
For the first time ever, technical textile project proposals would be easily explained by eminent speakers from all fields of technical textiles at a one-day National Investors’ Conclave on Technical
Textile workers in Philippines most vulnerable to new tech, Philippines
Workers in the Philippines’ textile and footwear sector engaged in low-skilled and repetitive tasks are most vulnerable to advancements from the Fourth Industrial Revolution, according to state-run
ECCIMA hails Nigerian restriction on textile goods import, Nigeria
The Enugu Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (ECCIMA) has praised the Nigerian Government for restricting import of textile items. Its director general Emeka Okereke said the
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