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GHCL launches “REKOOP 2.0”
During the New York Home Fashions Market Week, Fall 2019, GHCL launched REKOOP 2.0, an evolved and expanded expression, which comprises of a total of 12 innovative collections.
Hitting a Home Run!
A recent exhibition on home products revealed how the home textile industry is scoring over other products. Home textiles occupied over 50 per cent of the space in the home product exhibition.
Proliferation of home textile companies
Bed linen has a 49 per cent share in Indian home textiles market. India exported $416.4 million of bed linen in 2017 growing at a CAGR of 13 per cent, says Avinash Mayekar.
Standardisation is one of the biggest challenges in socks industry
Mustang today manufactures more than one million pairs of socks every month, and has 36 distributors across India. With a consistent and impressive growth rate, they have tie-ups with some of the largest international brands, retailers and e-retailers, including Amazon, First Cry, Hopscotch, etc.
Jesse W Curlee retires from Supima
Following an illustrious career that has spanned over three and a half decades at Supima, Jesse W Curlee, President/CEO, has announced to the Supima Board of Directors that he will retire effective December 31, 2015. Curlee´s stewardship of the organisation during his tenure has covered a remarkable career of more than 36 years of service to Supima, its producer members and the American Pima cotton industry.
Housing boom to spur hometex market
Boom in housing as a result of the burgeoning middle class in India is a major growth driver for the home textile market. Change in lifestyle and growing awareness of hygiene is fuelling this growth. An ITJ report bares some details.
US apparel industry moves ahead with new Hub in New York
The new manufacturing innovation hub for apparel, textiles + wearable tech will provide research, design, development, and manufacturing resources for New York´s emerging designers and apparel manufacturers.
Protective clothing for fire fighters
Historically, fire fighters did not have the same level of protective clothing used today. Because of this most fires were fought from the outside of burning buildings, and structures were rarely entered.