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Uncertainty in cotton trade continues
In the recent times cotton prices in the entire major cotton-producing countries have been falling posing problems to the farm community. More than that, the production estimates have also been steadily declining, causing worries to the cotton community.
Evonik develops new-gen polyimide fibres
Evonik has developed a new generation of polyimide fibres for the rising demands of the industry. The new product, brand named P84 HT, is distinguished by improved mechanical stability and flexibility at continuously high operating temperatures.
Indonesia turns to locally sourced rayon
Key players in the Indonesian textile sector have formally agreed to optimise locally sourced, sustainably produced rayon to drive the growth of the national textile industry, which is a core pillar of the country’s economy.
Lenzing goes for blockchain technology
Lenzing will use blockchain technology to support its TENCEL™ branded fibre business, ensuring complete transparency and traceability for brands and consumers of its fibres in the finished garment.
Move to make textile fibre from paddy straw
Fortum India has signed an agreement with Chaudhary Charan Singh, Haryana Agricultural University of Hisar to make textile fibre from paddy straw that is otherwise burnt by the farmers causing pollution in northern states.
Banana fibre venture yet to take off
The plan of Tamil Nadu Handicrafts Development Corporation Limited (TNHDCL) and Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Tiruchi, to support ventures for large-scale extraction of banana fibre is yet to take off in Tiruchi region.
Lenzing posts solid growth despite challenges
The Lenzing Group continued its solid business development in the first half of 2019. Despite a significantly more challenging market environment with historically low prices for standard viscose, Lenzing recorded a slight increase in revenue.
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