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Archroma & CleanKore partner for sustainable dyeing
Archroma, a global leader in specialty chemicals towards sustainable solutions, today announced a strategic partnership with technology innovator CleanKore, aiming to advance sustainable dyeing processes throughout the denim supply chain. The agreement will allow Archroma and CleanKore to promote the benefits of each other’s technologies.
This includes Archroma’s robust catalog of dyes and specialty chemicals along with CleanKore’s patented process of dyeing yarns at the denim mill that completely eliminates the need for potassium permanganate (PP) spray and laser booster to achieve the bright white abrasion effect in the garment finishing process.
The result is a large and circular bright white core with a small ring of indigo dye.
Textile waste is future raw material says GlobalData
A four-year study by the Renewal Workshop revealed 82 per cent of what is considered apparel and textile waste can actually be renewed and resold, effectively meaning brands are ‘sitting on their next supply chain’, it said.
FINEX launches officially at Intertextile Shanghai
FINEX, Sateri’s marquee brand for recycled fibre, is now certified to the Recycled Claim Standard (RCS) which provides verification of recycled raw materials through the supply chain.
Itema announces the acquisition of PTMT (ex Panter)
Itema, the leading provider of advanced weaving solutions, including best-in-class weaving machines, spare parts and integrated services, announces the finalisation of the agreement for the acquisition of the PTMT, formerly Panter, in business lease since April 2019.
Economic impact & road ahead
The special Covid-19 economic task force announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi would likely work on an economic package for the sectors most affected by the coronavirus outbreak as also people working in the informal sectors.
ITMF urges govts to support textile industry
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.
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