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Work from home aids recovery of home textiles market
Higher in-home consumption due to increased stay-at-home period and a sharper focus on health and hygiene amid the pandemic are helping Indian home textile exporters weave their way out of the downturn faster than other textiles segments.
Embracing natural dyes
Natural dyes are not a simple solution to the water pollution crisis but they do represent an important step.
Lenzing launches carbon-zero TENCEL branded fibres
Following wider corporate commitments made by the Lenzing Group in 2019 to drive sustainability and combat climate change, TENCEL, Lenzing's flagship brand for textiles, is introducing its very first carbon-zero TENCEL branded lyocell and modal fibres to the market.
Home textile players upbeat in difficult market
Home textiles have been a major part of global textile trade and it comes as no surprise. The ever-improving economic status of people supported by various modern financial innovations has enabled families to invest higher amounts into the home textiles segment.
Welspun One launches campaign for logistics workers
In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, frontline logistic workers across the world continue to experience a critical shortage of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) and other safety gears.
German tech for Indian textile industry
Today, textile machinery engineering is one of the important branches of engineering and plant construction in Germany. The industry produced textile machinery and accessories worth Euro 3 billion in 2019 in Germany and ca.
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