“Will year 2021 be a game changer for the textile industry?”
Saturday, 6th February 2021 from 11.a.m to 01.00 p.m.
The Textile Association (India), Mumbai Unit is organizing a live Webinar on Saturday, 6th February 2021 from 11.00 a.m. to 01.00 p.m. The theme of the Webinar is “Will year 2021 be a game changer for the textile industry?”. You will be able to interact with the experts from the operational field.
Clean technology company BlockTexx worked with QUT researchers to create a proprietary process that transforms textile waste into a valuable commodity.
Globally, an estimated 92 million tonnes of textiles go to landfill each year. This issue has been a massive blind spot in recycling and sustainability conversations, however textile waste has great potential to be transformed into a valuable commodity.
Only a small fraction of textile products from the fashion industry are collected and reused or recycled. The problem is exacerbated by the mixture of different natural and synthetic fibres in blended textiles, which makes effective recycling difficult. Continue reading The value of textile waste→
Cellulose fibres are virtually miracle materials – Almost endless possibilities and high market growth due to great demand!
2nd International Conference on Cellulose Fibres, 2–3 February (online event) – Cellulose fibres have a wide range of applications that are increasingly expanding. The markets are driven by technological developments and political framework conditions, especially bans and restrictions on plastics and increasing sustainability requirements.
The International Apparel Federation (IAF) has published its ‘2021 Priority Issues’. At a time when our industry is in crisis, it sets out the organisation’s vision on achieving a better apparel industry (as measured on the scales of people, planet and profit). This vision is drafted with and fully supported by the IAF’s Board of Directors, a group of 23 industry leaders, representing industry associations, companies and the wider fashion ecosystem from all continents and spanning the full apparel supply chain.Continue reading The International Apparel Federation (IAF): Priority Issues 2021→
Taren Engineering , which develops delintation technologies that increase cotton productivity and quality, and provides comprehensive services , has achieved rapid growth since its establishment in 2017. ‘Let it be Cotton! – Let Cotton Become! ” Taren, which develops solutions in cotton seed production at the very beginning of the textile supply chain with the slogan, has made improvements that will contribute to the sector. Founded in Adana by Sercenk Kılıç, who has 20 years of strong experience in the seed sector, Taren Engineering carries out important projects especially in the textile markets where cotton is produced .Continue reading Taren delintation solutions increase productivity in cotton→
Garware Technical Fibres Ltd is one of India’s leading players in the technical textiles sector.
BSE Notice No. 20210115-43: Trading Members and Custodian Members of the Exchange are requested to note the schedule of activities in respect of Offer to buy – Acquisition Window (BUYBACK) of shares of Garware Technical Fibres Ltd is scheduled from Tuesday, January 19th, 2021 to Tuesday, February, 2nd, 2021 on the Exchange
Royal DSM, a global science-based company in Nutrition, Health and Sustainable Living, and Clariter, an international clean-tech company, today announced a strategic partnership to pursue a next-generation chemical recycling solution for products based on DSM’s Dyneema®, an ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) fiber. As a first step, sample products – including ropes, nets and ballistic materials made with Dyneema® – were successfully converted at Clariter’s pilot plant in Poland, demonstrating the recyclability potential of Dyneema® and underlining the active commitment of DSM Protective Materials to shape a more sustainable world. Continue reading DSM and Clariter partner to pursue chemical recycling solution for Dyneema®-based end-products→
New program enables supply chain visibility from Tier 1 through Tier 4 suppliers
DENVER – January 14, 2021 – VF Corporation (NYSE: VFC), one of the world’s largest apparel, footwear and accessories companies, enhanced its traceability mapping program today by disclosing Tier 1 through Tier 4 supplier information in a consolidated, downloadable file, providing an unprecedented level of industry transparency. Offering supply chain visibility through Tier 4 suppliers further demonstrates the company’s commitment to continuous improvement and increasing transparency as outlined in its corporate sustainability and responsibility strategy, Made for Change. Continue reading VF Corporation Launches Enhanced Product Traceability Mapping Data Providing Unprecedented Industry Supply Chain Transparency→
Implementing the tools necessary to achieve transparency can be done with relatively low impact on existing processes and systems. Once the right solution is found, it can be used for all product types and easily scaled up to meet the needs of global supply chains.