Islamabad : The Senate Standing Committee on Textiles has directed the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP) to explore new international markets to enhance export volume of the country. “African countries should be the main focus for the country’s export, particularly in textile sector, as Africa can be a good market for Pakistani products,” said Gul Muhammad Lot, Chairman of the committee. Continue reading Pakistan : Senate body for exploring new international markets for textile exports
The steadily rising costs of transporting goods from China is making production there less profitable, and Poland might just be ready to take the opportunity to boost its own declining textile industry, reports Dziennik Gazeta Prawna. Continue reading Textile production to move from China to Poland!
Jakarta : The market share of Indonesian textile and textile products in the Asean region has increased by about 10 percent in the last two years. “Indonesia’s textile performance also increased significantly. Its exports increased from US$300 million to US$1.3 billion,” Chairman of the Indonesian Textile Producers Association (API) Ade Sudrajat Usman said. Continue reading Indonesia’s Textile Market Share In Asean Up
A top BASF official talks about the equation between chemicals and textile industry in Dhaka
Textile factories should use eco-friendly chemicals to maintain good health of soil and environment. If textiles are not produced maintaining a ecological balance, the environment will be in trouble in future, said Klaus Tiedemann, global manager of German-based chemical company BASF, in an interview in Dhaka recently. Continue reading Eco-friendly chemicals a must for global business in textiles
To showcase world-class fabric, accessories, trimmings and embellishments for global apparel buyers
To witness participation from India, Japan, Thailand, Taiwan and Hong Kong
To benefit Indian exhibitors & buyers of fabrics & accessories Continue reading South Asia’s biggest fabric & accessories show ‘Source Zone 2011’ held in Gurgaon, India
Exports of the textile and clothing sector fell by 3.29% in October, while imports went up by 5.97%, compared to the same period of 2010.
Results of the sector’s exchanges for October 2011 showed a decline in exports of 3.45% in value, for an amount of 440 million dinars (MTD). Continue reading Tunisia : Textile and Clothing exports up and imports down in October
Increase in trade volume to boost air cargo revenue; removal of high tariffs on textiles to help raise market share
The airline and shipping industries are among those expected to benefit the most from the free trade agreement between Korea and the United States due to an increase in two-way cargo shipments. Continue reading Korea-U.S. FTA a boon to airline, textile industries
The Oerlikon Group will simplify its Textile Segment to further increase competitiveness and profitability. The three key elements of this change are the consolidation of the five Textile machinery and components businesses into three Business Units (BUs), the relocation of Textile’s headquarters to Shanghai and increased R&D investment in both Germany and Asia to around CHF 80 million. Continue reading Oerlikon Textile moves management to China
Global silk industry
Silk fabric was first developed in ancient China and later spread around the world via the ‘Silk Road’ and became popular among super-rich or high society. Nowadays silk is an affordable luxury for the middle class in Europe and the USA, and continues to hold its own in Asia as traditional ceremonial wear. Continue reading The Global Silk Industry Perception of European Operators toward Thai Natural & Organic Silk Fabric and Final Products
Zero duty entry for Bangladeshi garments to India could indirectly end up offering Chinese fabrics duty-free access into the country. This is because Bangladesh is almost entirely dependent on Chinese fabrics for the manufacture of its exportable garment items. Continue reading Zero duty regime with Bangladesh will boost Entry of Chinese fabrics into India