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OEKO-TEX certifies Evonik's P84 HT
Evonik is aiming to establish P84® HT as the new quality standard in the textile industry by making use of the globally recognized label. This is obtained for the personal protective equipment.
Research on creating clothing fibres from waste
A research at Wageningen University & Research shows that there are definite possibilities to create raw materials for clothing fibres from waste streams from rice, maize, bananas, pineapples and sugar cane.
Lenzing launches lyocell fibres with Dry technology
The VEOCEL™ branded lyocell fibres are soft to touch and provide a dry feeling when applied within top sheets in personal care products. They provide hydrophobic characteristics whilst being biodegradable and compostable.
Solvay Launches Partially Bio-Based Textile Yarn
Solvay is globally launching Bio Amni, its first partially bio-based polyamide textile yarn. It is a polyamide 5.6, which is produced entirely at the company’s textile industrial unit in Brazil.
Eastman to increase Naia cellulosic yarn production
Eastman, the global specialty materials provider, has decided to increase its capacity to produce Naia cellulosic yarn to serve the growing demand of customers. More than 50% will be produced by 2022.
ITMF Annual Conference postponed to April 10-12, 2022
Due to the uncertain and unpredictable situation with regard to travel and event restrictions caused by the Corona-pandemic, the Board of the ITMF (International Textile Manufacturer Federation) together with the two co-hosts – Swiss Textiles and Swiss Textile Machinery – have decided to postpone the ITMF Annual Conference in Davos, Switzerland from September 26-28, 2021 to April 10-12, 2022.
India may face cotton shortage due to covid
India’s entire domestic supply chain of cotton is getting affected due to Covid-19. According to King Mukherjee, President and Founder, Global Impex USA, this is referred to as ‘Tsunami Covid’.
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