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Global trade of shawls, scarves, mufflers, veils decline, Global
The global trade of shawls, scarves, mufflers, mantillas, veils and the likes (not knitted and crocheted) have been declining. Total trade dropped 8.19 per cent from 2017 to 2019, according to data
Robert Gawn buys Silk Industries out of administration, United Kingdom
UK-based Silk Industries Ltd, which trades under the name of Vanners, was recently bought out of administration by Robert Gawn, the owner of British luxury goods maker Swaine Adeney Brigg. Silk
Freudenberg & Ratti join hands to reuse silk textiles, Germany
Freudenberg Performance Materials and Italian fashion textile company, Ratti, have been working on sustainability projects since the start of this year. The first fruit of this collaboration is a
China building more competitive mulberry silk industry, India
China is striving to build a more competitive mulberry silk industry by 2025, according to a government action plan. It plans to scale up silkworm breeding and mulberry growing and make silk
Garden Silk Mills Q1 FY20 sales plunge to ₹127 cr, India
Garden Silk Mills Limited, a leader in Indian textile industry, has reported a sharp decline in its sales from operations to ₹127.24 crore during first quarter (Q1) FY20 that ended on June 30, 2020,
Amazon signs MoU with Silk Mark Organisation of India, India
Amazon India recently signed an MoU with the Silk Mark Organisation of India to launch an exclusive Silk Mark store with Silk Mark-labelled products through multiple sellers associated with the
Yoshimasa Orimono develops NecoS silk fabric degumming, Japan
Japan-based Yoshimasa Orimono company limited has developed NecoS (Nagahama Eco-friendly Silk) silk fabric degumming process. Degumming is the process of removing the sericin, a sticky substance
AMSilk appoints Ulrich Scherbel as new COO, Germany
AMSilk has appointed Ulrich Scherbel as its new COO, from October 2020. In the newly created position, he will support the expansion of the company’s value chain from the production of the fibers to
Cambridge produces plant spider silk to replace single-use plastics, United Kingdom
Scientists from the University of Cambridge have produced a plant-based, sustainable, scalable material that could replace single-use plastics in many consumer products. The scientists created a
Production decline, losses hit silk industry value chain, India
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a production decline and monetary loss at every stage of the value chain in the Indian silk industry, according to a government study, which found the silk
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