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Stäubli succesful at ITM Turkey
The ITM trade fair for textile technology closed its doors 2018 after four days profiting from an important visitor density.
Retailers back Cotton Egypt Association’s accreditation process
MAJOR retailers are backing the Cotton Egypt Association’s drive to rid the supply chain of falsely labelled Egyptian Cotton™ goods. John Lewis and Dunelm, have voiced support for CEA’s new rigorous accreditation process and ability to DNA test products, and say they will continue to insist suppliers adhere to the new standard.
Cotton wins big in space challenge
Experimentation with cotton in the International Space Station has received a big boost.
Target Corporation has committed to 100 per cent sustainable cotton by 2022. This effort is getting a boost from target by providing huge sums of money towards sustainability of cotton.
The International Space Station cotton sustainability challenge programme sponsored by Target and supported by the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASS) recently selected three projects.
Branding is an important marketing tool
Brand sells, and it is an important marketing tool. Bruce Atherley, Executive Director of Cotton Council International has brought his successful marketing and brand experience to the United States’ cotton sector to increase the global share of US cotton.
MCX, NITMA partner for cotton derivatives education
The Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (MCX) recently signed an agreement with the Northern India Textiles Mills’ Association (NITMA) in Ludhiana to jointly educate NITMA members and other relevant stakeholders on the use and benefits of cotton derivatives.
Farm to Fashion expo from May 4 in Ahmedabad
In a bid to transform Gujarat from a fabric manufacturing hub to apparel manufacturing hub, textile players are organising a three-day expo ‘Farm to Fashion’ from May 4 in Ahmedabad.
Indian Textile Global Summit on May 4-5, 2018
Farm to Fashion, Indian Textile Global Summit is an initiative to provide a platform for the entire textile industry. Farm to Fashion is a three-day event scheduled on May 4-6, 2018. Leading textile manufacturers, traders, distributors and suppliers will be taking part in the exhibition.
Egypt to raise cotton production to meet high export orders
After a disastrous year for Egypt’s cotton industry in 2016, the country’s Agriculture Ministry has initiated measures to boost the cotton sector by improving and raising production of long-staple and medium-length cotton.
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