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OEKO-TEX® study on textile sustainability
The OEKO-TEX® Association, in commemoration of its 25th Anniversary, commissioned a global research study to assess consumer attitudes about textile sustainability. The results of this one-of-a-kind research project have been released recently.
Planet Textiles 2017 in Bangalore
Planet Textiles 2017, which is jointly organised by MCL News & Media, Sustainable Apparel Coalition And Messe Frankfurt, will be held on May 24, 2017 in Bangalore
InspirOn´s more efficient MOTEX 15000
InspirOn Engineering is focused on serving the industry with innovative technology by understanding the user perspective, requirement and business aspects. Sustainability has emerged as one of the major driving forces for development, and covers the following four aspects: environmental, economic, social and culture. Very often the environmental aspect is primarily considered for sustainability but the other aspects are as important. Continual interaction with the industry enables to provide a better customised and cost-effective solution.
DORNIER´s ´Green Machines´offer highest weaving quality
Lindauer DORNIER GmbH will present innovative machine concepts for the production of highly sophisticated fabrics at the ITME in Mumbai. Under DORNIER´s sustainability motto ´The Green Machine´, the family company, which manufactures the machines exclusively in Germany, will present the latest technical solutions which allow producing the most modern technical textiles, sophisticated decorative fabrics and clothing with refined quality for the premium segment with very high economic efficiency.
Sustainability to play key role in apparel
A recent study by Boston Consulting Group reveals 50 per cent of Millennials believe brands ‘say something about who I am, my values, and where I fit in,’ while a recent Nielsen study found that three out of four Millennials.
Sustainability efforts pay dividends
Sustainable textile processing research has been undertaken way back in the 1980s and has led to significant cost savings in the textile industry. Professor Fred L Cook, who has recently retired from fulltime teaching at Atlanta, Georgia-based Georgia Institute of Technology after four decades of distinguished career there, highlighted some of his key research accomplishments