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Nylstar introduces Meryl recycled yarns
Nylstar, an European textile company, has introduced new Meryl recycled yarns as part of its global strategy to provide circular economy solutions. Meryl yarn can now be produced with global recycled standard (GRS) certification using Invista recycled nylon 6.6 polymer. With 50 per cent or more recycled content, yarn will retain the world-renowned quality.
Tencel, Arvind tie-up for sustainable & soft workwear
Tencel, the textile specialty fibre brand under Lenzing, has partnered with India-based textile and garment major Arvind to launch a collection of trendy, stylish sustainable shirts and suiting for men. The partnership marks a key milestone in the sustainability journey of Tencel fibres that brings a good range for the menswear segment.
OrganoClick launches OrganoTex Textile in Benelux
OrganoClick has since several years supplied biodegradable industrial impregnation products for textiles under the brand OrganoTex. Now, the products OrganoTex Textile Waterproofing, OrganoTex BioCare Sport Textile Wash and OrganoTex Wool & Down Wash are launched in Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg with Ideavelop BV as sales and distribution partner.
Sericulture in J&K to boost with silk weaving factory
Sericulture in Jammu and Kashmir will get a boost with the newly established silk weaving and silk filatures factories at Bari Brahmana area of Samba district. These new facilities have been established with project cost of Rs 16.80 crore and Rs 6.64 crore respectively.
Govt to offer incentives to man-made textiles
The government will roll out a production-linked incentive (PLI) scheme for the labour-intensive textiles and garment sector and correct its historical policy bias towards a cotton-dominated value chain, as it plans a renewed bid to reclaim India’s export markets after ceding a substantial ground to Bangladesh and Vietnam in recent years.
Irani urges big brands to source directly from weavers
Union Minister Smriti Irani has called upon big commercial brands like BIBA and Arvind Mills to source cloth directly from the weavers, a move that will help provide remunerative prices to them by eliminating middlemen engaged in the process.
Two more Sateri mills confirmed EU-BAT compliant
Two more Sateri mills in China, Sateri Jiujiang and Sateri Jiangxi, have received verification of compliance to the emissions limits set out in the European Union Best Available Techniques Reference Document (EU-BAT BREF) on Polymers.
Ralph Lauren reports net loss of $128 mn
Ralph Lauren posted 66 per cent revenue decline to $487.5 million in its first quarter (Q1) fiscal 2020 ended on June 27, 2020 compared to revenue of $1,428.8 million in same period last year.
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