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Munich Fabric Start cancelled due to travel restrictions, Germany
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/news/textile-news/munich-fabric-start-cancelled-due-to-travel-restrictions-268288-newsdetails.htm
The organisers of Munich Fabric Start, a fabric trade fair, and Bluezone, international denim fair, have announced the cancellation of the event scheduled for September 1-3, 2020. This decision is
US’ TechStyles aiming to change coated fabrics industry, United States Of America
https://www.technicaltextile.net/News/us-techstyles-aiming-to-change-coated-fabrics-industry-273478.html
TechStyles, a division of South Carolina-based AFF group which has been a manufacturing leader for over 30 years, has introduced new products to solve the challenges before the industry such as rising
Ferguson takes over Atlantic Construction Fabrics, United States Of America
https://www.technicaltextile.net/News/ferguson-takes-over-atlantic-construction-fabrics-271185.html
Ferguson has taken over Atlantic Construction Fabrics, a geotextile company operating along the East coast. ACF adds a large geographic footprint along the East Coast and additional geotextile
Nilit launches Sensil WaterCare fabrics & yarns, Israel
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/news/textile-news/nilit-launches-sensil-watercare-fabrics-yarns-271348-newsdetails.htm
Nilit has introduced the Sensil WaterCare as part of the company's Planet Promise textile sustainability commitment. Sensil WaterCare is pre-dyed so fabric and apparel makers can save 100 per cent of
Polartec organising digital session on science of sustainable fabrics, United States Of America
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/news/textile-news/polartec-organising-digital-session-on-science-of-sustainable-fabrics-273111-newsdetails.htm
Polartec, creator of innovative and sustainable textile solutions, is organising a digital discussion on the science of sustainable fabrics. The session on March 23, will discuss current situation and
INDA’s World of Wipes conference in Atlanta registers 400 attendees, United States Of America
https://www.technicaltextile.net/News/inda-s-world-of-wipes-conference-in-atlanta-registers-400-attendees-274707.html
The World of Wipes international conference has registered 400 attendees and over 350 wipes professionals. The conference will deliver the latest insights and material science developments with themes
Turkish denim company Isko launches new Selvedge denim fabrics, Turkey
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/news/fashion-news/turkish-denim-company-isko-launches-new-selvedge-denim-fabrics-273217-newsdetails.htm
Isko, the world’s leading denim ingredient brand headquartered in Turkey, has launched the Isko Selvedge, a 21st century reinterpretation of one of the most legendary denim fabrics ever made. Inspired
Italian apparels & fabrics exports to decline in H1 2021: TexPro, Italy
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/news/apparel-news/italian-apparels-fabrics-exports-to-decline-in-h1-2021-texpro-273255-newsdetails.htm
Fabrics and apparel exports from Italy, one of the largest fashion product exporters, are likely to fall to monthly average of $1.73 billion in the first half (H1) of 2021, with a drop of 15.57 per
UK’s Carrington Textiles launches Hawksbill & Orca sustainable fabrics, United Kingdom
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/news/textile-news/uk-s-carrington-textiles-launches-hawksbill-orca-sustainable-fabrics-274647-newsdetails.htm
Carrington Textiles, a UK-based leader in workwear fabric manufacturing, has introduced sustainable fabrics Hawksbill and Orca on the occasion of its 130th anniversary. Due to be launched in the
INDA's WOW forum to focus on sustainability & COVID impact on wipes, United States Of America
https://www.technicaltextile.net/News/inda-s-wow-forum-to-focus-on-sustainability-covid-impact-on-wipes-274325.html
The World of Wipes (WOW) international conference by INDA, the Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, will deliver latest insights on sustainability and focus on COVID impact on wipes
 
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