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Bangladesh’s garment industry awaits safety accord renewals
After the infamous Rana Plaza collapse incident, the global apparel brands entered into safety agreements with local factories in Bangladesh. One of the accords expired in 2018 while the other one is expiring by the end of the month.
Shutdowns to delay garment export order fulfilment: TEA
According to a top official from Tirupur Exporters Association (TEA), the garment units in Tirupur will keep their shutters down from May 14 evening till May 24. This is being done to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
China needs to set global cotton prices: Report
China needs to pull up its socks when it comes to setting prices and formulating standards in the cotton textile industry. Due to the pandemic, the industry has been severely affected by reduced demands for garments.
CMAI Survey: India’s garment makers in a bad phase
Manufacturers in the garment industry fear the problem of dead inventory due to order cancellations and contemplate the reduction of workforce. More than 20% believe the industry will begin to recover only in 2022.
Hohenstein, Scivera tie-up for greener chemistry
Hohenstein and and Scivera have announced streamlining of process for chemical suppliers to assess and validate preferred chemicals and to proactively improve formulations to ZDHC MRSL conformance level 3 and beyond for apparel, footwear and home textiles.
4th ITMF-Survey on impact of Covid on textile industry
Between May 20 and June 8, 2020, ITMF has conducted its 4th ITMF Corona-Survey among ITMF members and affiliated companies and associations about the impact the Corona-pandemic had on the global textile value chain. In total around 600 companies from around the world participated.
Textile industry stares at Rs 12k cr loss
While the Covid-19 pandemic has completely halted production and new orders, exporters say that payments have also been delayed for the shipments sent before the lockdown.
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