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ZDHC adds 4 new organisations as contributors
December 2019
Four new organisations have been added as ZDHC contributors. Solution provider, Kaken Test Center and Achille Pinto from the textile and footwear industry have joined as part of the value chain affiliate category.
Inventing solutions, our forte: Jothi Murugan of Robotex
September 2019
Jothi Murugan, who has around 22 years of industrial experience in various fields like research and development, new product development, production and quality management and intellectual property (IP) rights, came up with a unique concept right after coming back from Germany, where he was working with a Research Institute.
Sustainability drive pays for Egyptian Cotton
August 2019
Egyptian Cotton production and exports are at their highest for five years – following a renewed period of emphasis on improving sustainability: season 2018/2019 saw an increase of 45 per cent in exports.
Fashion chasing sustainability goals
August 2019
Fashion is witnessing an essential shift, as more global brands and groups commit to ambitious environmental targets.
Good response to Karl Mayer-TITV seminar
January 2018
A conference entitled “Additive manufacturing for the textile industry“ was held at KARL MAYER’s premises in Obertshausen, Germany.
New tech to recycle blended textiles!
September 2016
The Swedish retailer H&M’s non-profit arm H&M Foundation, which has committed to collecting used clothes in stores in an effort to keep them out of landfills and give them a second life, has teamed up with the Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparel (HKRITA) to develop the required technologies to recycle blended textiles into new fabrics and yarns.
HKRITA’s tech to become industry standards
September 2016
A fabric touch tester and an imaging colour measurement system for textile and garment industry developed by Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparel (HKRITA) have the potential to become industry testing and measurement standards in the textiles industry.
e-fabrics detect noxious gases
November 2015
The researchers from the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute and Konkuk University in the Republic of Korea, coated cotton and polyester yarn with a nanoglue called bovine serum albumin (BSA). The yarns were then wrapped in graphene oxide sheets.
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