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Temporary extension of Fire Safety Accord in Bangladesh
June 2021
The Accord on Building and Fire Safety in Bangladesh, for protecting garment worker’s safety was set to expire. However, the brands, retailers and unions extended it for three more months on a tentative agreement.
Bangladesh’s garment industry awaits safety accord renewals
May 2021
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.
Ministry of Textiles signs MoU with Nissenken
March 2021
A formal Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signing ceremony was held between Textiles Committee, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India and M/s Nissenken Quality Evaluation Centre Japan, through video conferencing on 27th January 2021.
Freudenberg develop process to re-use silk textiles
January 2021
Ratti re-uses silk textiles (outer fabrics/clothing) and Freudenberg uses this to produce thermal insulation made from 70 per cent re-used silk, which Ratti then markets.
TEA to train 16,508 workers for garment export units
January 2021
Tiruppur Exporters Association (TEA) will train 16,508 persons under the Scheme for Capacity Building in Textile Sector for employment in the garment export units.
Highly-efficient air flow tumblers from ZE HONG Industrial
October 2020
ZE HONG Industrial was established in 1988 and is a well-known company for fabric finishing experience of raising, combing, shearing and tumbling in the textile industry.
Messe Frankfurt India announces entry into virtual space
September 2020
Messe Frankfurt India together with the Indian Plumbing Association have mutually agreed to postpone the 2020 edition of ISH India powered by IPA and will be introducing ISH India Virtual powered by IPA – a new digital sourcing model for the industry.
Cotton & MMF – Outlook 2020
January 2020
After registering a decline of about 9 per cent in cotton season (CS) 2018-19, India’s cotton production is likely to witness a double-digit growth of about 16 per cent in CS 2019-20 with production at 6.6 billion kg during the year on back of favourable monsoon as well as increased MSP that led to increased cotton crop sowing. For CS20, the acreage under cotton is estimated to have marginally increased by about 1.3 per cent to 12.8 million hectares.
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