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Antimicrobial finishes attract textile chemical makers
Chemicals are important for fabricating textile materials for a variety of uses from pre-treatment textiles to finishing. But due to the pandemic, it is observed that there has been a shift in the demand.
Svegea’s solutions boost Tritex sewing operations
Svegea customer Triteks Trejd is one of the most resilient garments manufacturing companies with highly-automated processes and strong brand identity in Europe. It has retained production since the early 1990s.
Truth behind Pakistan’s 3 times rise in textile exports
Pakistan saw 3.4 times increase in textile exports in April 2021. This growth was due to the low base effect in April 2020 when the first wave of COVID-19 affected industrial activity across the globe and in Pakistan.
Four textile parks shut down in Vietnam due to Covid
The pandemic situation has adversely affected industries and workers in Vietnam. According to the reports, four industrial parks Van Trung, Quang Chau, Dinh Tram, and Song Khe – Noi Hoang have been shut down in Bac Giang.
Bangladesh’s RMG exports up due to crises in neighbours
Myanmar’s political instability, lockdown in Cambodia and a the COVID-19 situation in India has prompted international retailers and brands to divert work orders to Bangladesh. Export earnings hit $3.13 billion in April.
Bangladesh’s garment industry awaits safety accord renewals
After the infamous Rana Plaza collapse incident, the global apparel brands entered into safety agreements with local factories in Bangladesh. One of the accords expired in 2018 while the other one is expiring by the end of the month.
US buyers giving tough time to Vietnam textile firms
US companies are giving tough time to Vietnamese garment producers by not clearing their dues. For May Song Hong, dues outstanding with the American companies have risen by 19.5% in the first quarter.
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