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Accel Lifestyle making new Prema anti-bacterial face masks, United States Of America
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Accel Lifestyle has announced that it is adjusting its manufacturing process to help alleviate a shortage of face masks caused by ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. It is using its exclusive, anti-bacterial
Acme Made switches to making PPE at Minnesota facility, United States Of America
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In view of Covid-19 pandemic, Minneapolis based textile manufacturer, Airtex Group | Acme Made, has redeployed its manufacturing operation at its Minnesota facility to make critical personal
Colombo’s decision on Eravur fabric processing park hailed, Sri Lanka
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The Sri Lankan cabinet’s decision to set up a fabric processing park in Eravur as a strategic development project under the ministry of industries has been welcomed by the Joint Apparel Association
Korean scientists make wearable piezoelectric harvester, South Korea
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Scientists at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have developed a highly flexible but sturdy wearable piezoelectric harvester using the simple and easy fabrication process of
Nano-Dye System makes exhaust dyeing of cotton sustainable, United States Of America
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Winner of 2014 launch nordic global textile challenge for sustainable disruptive innovation to transform the system of textiles, fabric and fibre, the Nano-Dye Process is advancing exhaust dyeing to
Pak FBR directed to ease tax process for textile sector, Pakistan
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Adviser to Pakistani prime minister on finance and revenue Abdul Hafeez Shaikh recently directed the Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) to take suggestions from textile exporters and simplify the H-Form
Jakarta digitises processes to spur economy amid pandemic, Indonesia
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Indonesia has digitised various administrative processes to spur trade and investment amid a slowing economy and social restrictions arising out of the coronavirus pandemic. The move is being widely
DMU uses its expertise to make PPP, United Kingdom
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Lecturers and technicians at De Montfort University Leicester are using their expertise and equipment to make clothing and PPE such as hospital scrubs, scrub bags, face masks and plastic visors. While
Lasers make graphene-on-kevlar protective textiles in PRC, China
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A team at Beijing’s Tsinghua University has used lasers to make grapheme-on-Kevlar textiles, creating protective clothing that can record the wearer’s electrocardiogram or sense a toxic gas. Yingying
Himachal firm to set up 2 silk processing centres in Assam, India
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AGRESTAL, an export-oriented organic firm in Himachal Pradesh, is expected to set up a silk processing centre in Assam through a partnership with the Indian government. The centre will produce and
 
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