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UK-based Riva Home opens new manufacturing biz
July 2020
Riva Home a home textile supplier, which is based in Leeds, has announced an expansion and opening of its new manufacturing business in Tamworth – creating over 35 new jobs and expanding its product range in preparation for growth in the years ahead.
Mahlo: Regulating patterns with new Patcontrol PCS-20
July 2020
Some novelties will be introduced with the next generation of the pattern control system. Large, artistic graphics, timeless glen check or exact pinstripes – the choice of patterns for textiles knows no limits.
Mahlo: Regulating patterns with new Patcontrol PCS-20
July 2020
Some novelties will be introduced with the next generation of the pattern control system. Large, artistic graphics, timeless glen check or exact pinstripes – the choice of patterns for textiles knows no limits.
GHCL reports 50% fall in net revenue for Q1FY21
July 2020
Net revenue for Q1FY21 is at Rs 440 crore as compared to Rs 879 crore in the corresponding quarter ended June 30, 2019.
Fashion for Good shows how to do fashion differently
July 2020
After a brief hiatus, the Fashion for Good Experience has reopened and launched a new theme titled “A CUT ABOVE”. The theme leads programming and events in the museum for the next six months, showing visitors how we can reimagine the way our clothes are designed, made and worn.
ITMF urges govts to support textile industry
May 2020
The results of second ITMF Corona Survey, which were released recently, revealed that on average orders are down by -31 per cent and the turnover for 2020 is expected to drop by -28 per cent.
Malaysia’s MPMA, FMFTA gear up to address PPE shortage
May 2020
The Malaysian Plastics Manufacturers Association (MPMA) and the Federation of Malaysian Fashion, Textile and Apparel (FMFTA) are stepping up efforts to fill the supply chain gap for key personal protection equipment (PPE) in the country.
When will uncertainty end
May 2020
A survey conducted by International Textile Manufacturers Federation (ITMF) among global textile companies revealed that on average orders are down by 32 per cent and the turnover for 2020 is expected to drop by 29 per cent compared to 2019 due to Covid 19 pandemic.
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