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Cotton scraps + wood= Refibra
Lenzing has developed a new fibre based on cotton scraps and wood. Refibra is the first cellulose fibre featuring recycled material on a commercial scale and was launched today at Première Vision textile fair in Paris. The fibre is produced in the Tencel production process.
Lenzing unveils denim e-commerce shop
Lenzing, leading supplier of high-quality, botanic cellulose fibres, ranging from dissolving pulp to standard and specialty cellulose fibres, to the textile and nonwovens industry, has expanded further into the consumer market with a dedicated Tencel branded denim e-commerce shop featuring the campaign: “Know What You’re Made Of: Comfort Starts Inside.”
Record attendance at Texworld USA
The Winter 2017 editions of Texworld USA and Apparel Sourcing USA closed their doors recently, welcoming a record number of verified visitors across three days.
The 10th edition of India-ITME is opening on a note of high expectations! The Indian Government´s recent Rs.6,000-cr package & amended TUFS have rekindled exhibitor interest while high-tech wares promise to ignite buyer zest. A cross-section of the textile industry players shares their moods & opinions.
Lenzing’s way to measure softness in textiles
Lenzing is presenting a new method for measuring softness in textiles, together with the German instrument manufacturer, Emtec Electronic. “We notice that softness is becoming increasingly important as a comfort factor in brands and with retailers. Lenzing Modal fibres are the softest fibres in our fibre portfolio. This is something you can feel,” commented Claudia Mommer, product manager for Lenzing Modal.
India Pavilion returns to Intertextile Shanghai
The 2016 Autumn Edition of Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics to be held from October 11 to 13, 2016 in Shanghai, China, will have nearly 5,000 exhibitors from more than 25 countries of which India
Lyocell market to touch $1179.5 mn in 2020
The rapid development in the technical textiles and apparel industries has had a positive impact on the demand for lyocell fibres, states Transparency Market Research in its recent report. The 62-page research publication reveals that registering a strong CAGR of 7.90 per cent during the forecast period, the global lyocell fibres market is poised to rise from $692.7 million in 2013 to $1,179.5 million by 2020.
Communicating the future of MMF
Innovation, cooperation, an open dialogue and sustainable investments are necessary to meet global competition. Massive geopolitical changes along with incalculably high volatilities in the financial and raw materials markets constitute enormous challenges to the flexibility of businesses in all economic sectors.