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Globalisation unstoppable: IAF chief
Globalisation still dominates apparel production and it is highly unlikely that reshoring or backshoring will bring back many jobs that were lost via offshoring, says the International Apparel Federation IAF President, Han Bekke.
Cotton crop on the rise amid shrinking acreage
India expects to produce 35.1 million bales (170 kg) this season beginning in October. India’s official body, Cotton Advisory Board met in Mumbai and decided on this year’s first estimate of cotton production.
Tool to detect harmful substances in textile chain!
The Oeko-Tex Association has launched a new tool ‘Detox to Zero’, which enables manufacturers along the textile chain to assess the status of their chemical management systems and the quality of their wastewater and sludge.
Van De Wiele’s technology for 4 application areas
As leading textile machinery, Van De Wiele presented machinery and technology for its four application areas: flooring, home textiles, apparel and technical textiles. Following brands were present: BONAS: After the successful introduction of the Si with many hundreds of references, Bonas introduced during ITMA Asia the Ji range. Ji is available in formats from 1,920 hooks till 5,760 hooks and is the most compact machine on the market.
Global apparel output up 1.9%
Global apparel production in the second quarter increased 1.9 per cent, but was outpaced by global textile production, which grew 3.8 per cent.
BRUCKNER invests €40 mn in new production site
In September 2016, the building works for the new production site of the German textile machinery producer BRÜCKNER have begun. The company will invest 40 million Euro in estate, buildings and machinery. The completion is planned for the end of 2017. Since 1960, the production site of the German producer of textile machinery BRÜCKNER is located in the Bavarian town Tittmoning. With about 180 employees and workers at this site, the company produces every year about 120 machines and lines 95 per cent of which are exported all around the globe.
EvoTape: The (r)evolution of tape production
With EvoTape, the process for manufacturing tapes has literally been revolutionised, and depending on the configuration, the systems output can be increased by up to three-fold, writes Jens Weinhold of Oerlikon.
The technology used for manufacturing tapes has remained the same for many years now. Although minor optimisations have been achieved with regards to the production speed, there have been no quantum leaps in the technology. For this reason, there has been very little replacement investment over the years.
Bid to stem fall in cotton output
For the cotton season 2015-16, the Cotton Advisory Board (CAB) has revised the cotton production estimate. It now stands at 338 lakh bales as against its earlier estimates of 352 lakh bales.