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Manufacturing sustainable bast yarns
With today’s increasing environmental awareness, textiles made of bast fibres are being rediscovered for everyday use as well as for luxury fabrics
Strategic partnership between Rieter & WW Systems
By integrating this solution, Rieter strengthens its digital spinning suite ESSENTIAL. Access to bale-related fibre data and raw material information opens up new possibilities for controlling the spinning mill.
Textiles for survivability & sustainability in COVID
No other time in history has the spotlight shined so much on textiles for its role in saving lives than at the present times. Textile materials’ capability to filter and destabilise SARS-CoV-2 is attracting a lot of attention, as well as sustainable fibres like cotton for many advanced applications.
Chemical fibre spinneret components from TaiDing
TaiDing Precision Machinery is located in Taipei , Taiwan. The company was founded in 1975,and supplies the large-scale chemical fibre groups in Asia with the chemical fibre spinneret components and accessories for their spinning equipment, such as spinneret for conjugated fibre, profiled spinnerets and round hole spinnerets.
Focused functionality over lace fashion
Functional yarns in particular can result in exceptional performance profiles. KARL MAYER has already carried out extensive development work in this field, in which electrically conductive and high tenacity materials were processed on multibar raschel machines.
Lenzing launches carbon-zero TENCEL branded fibres
Following wider corporate commitments made by the Lenzing Group in 2019 to drive sustainability and combat climate change, TENCEL, Lenzing's flagship brand for textiles, is introducing its very first carbon-zero TENCEL branded lyocell and modal fibres to the market.
ITA 2020 virtual show ends on a positive note
The textile and apparel industry’s pioneering virtual trade show: Innovate Textile & Apparel (ITA), the event—which ran from 15-30 October 2020—has shaped up to be the virtual show of the year.
Stitching together perfect recovery strategies
Outbreak of COVID 19 has caused catastrophic global economic downturn not seen any time during The Indian Textile Journal’s 131 years of existence. Factories had to remain closed for several days due to government’s lockdown orders and when allowed to reopen, they are running at just 30-40 per cent capacity due to lack of demand.
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