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Hemp Traders making hemp fabrics in US, United States Of America
Hemp Traders has unveiled hemp knit fabrics for Americans - the first time since hemp prohibition that American made hemp fabrics are available to people. The fabrics will be produced and dyed in Los
TUV Rheinland's textile testing labs approved by TMC, Germany
TUV Rheinland's textile testing laboratories in Shenzhen and Shanghai have been recognised and approved by the Microfibre Consortium (TMC) to carry out tests to quantify fibre release from fabrics
Dongguan chooses Oeko-Tex to commit to sustainability, China
Dongguan Shating Lakeside Textiles has chosen STeP by Oeko-Tex to communicate its commitment to sustainability. Oeko-Tex certification ensures that its products pass the harmful substances testing,
Printing United Digital Experience to show new innovations, United States Of America
Printing United Alliance, the producer of the Printing United Digital Experience that replaces this year's in-person expo, has announced more details about the event to be held from October
Australian wool EMI falls 7.6% this week, Australia
The Australian wool exchange's (AWEX) eastern market indicator (EMI) fell by 7.6 per cent to 858ac cln/kg during sale week 10 of the current wool marketing season. The USD EMI losses were less in
PRC dominance less dramatic now in textile-apparel: QIMA, Hong Kong
China is down, but not out, according to a new report on global sourcing by QIMA that says though China still takes the crown for global sourcing, its dominance is noticeably less dramatic compared to
3 nations to work on Indo-Pacific supply chain resilience, India
Indian minister of commerce and industry Piyush Goyal, Australia's minister for trade, tourism and investment Simon Birmingham and Japan's minister of economy, trade and industry Kajiyama Hiroshi
Cabinet approves India-Japan MoU on technical textiles, India
The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi today approved for signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Textiles Committee, India and Nissenken Quality Evaluation Centre,
Kenya to build a Sh70-million ginnery in Kwale, Kenya
Kenya will build a Sh70-million ginnery in Kwale, whose governor Salim Mvurya recently announced that land has already been set aside for the project. He thanked President Uhuru Kenyatta for choosing
Huntsman launches high IQ Lasting Black eco programme, Singapore
Huntsman Textile Effects has extended its High IQ brand-assurance programme with the launch of High IQ Lasting Black eco. Based on Huntsman's Avitera SE Black reactive dye, the new colour-retention
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