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Dieners is OEKA-TEX´s new general secretary
The International OEKO-TEX® Association has introduced Georg Dieners as the new General Secretary. The trained textile engineer will take over from Dr Jean-Pierre Haug, who, after providing extensive training
F&A & Hometex visitors up 14%
By the time the 12th edition of the fabrics and accessories show, F&A Show 2015 and the 4th edition of home textiles fair- Hometex closed its doors on 14th March, more than 3,500 unique visitors had streamed through the KTPO gates in Bangalore, the venue of the twin shows, up 11 per cent from the 2014 editions.
Sustainability wave rolls on!
The buzzword is Sustainability. The Year 2015 is considered the Year of Sustainability. Sustainability touches every aspect of industry, lives.... and continuation of humankind on earth. For the textile industry, this is of greater urgency. Because textile processes are more polluting and resource-depleting activities.
Fulgar products meet human-eco demands
The Italian yarn manufacturer Fulgar S.p.A. can call on decades of know-how in the textile industry. With its aspirations for innovation, constant customer focus and high quality, the company has become one of the leading manufacturers of polyamides used mainly for the manufacture of knitted fabrics, lingerie, swimwear and sportswear.
Century Rayon takes vital STeP ahead
The fabric and yarn manufacturer Century Rayon, Shahad (a division of Century Textiles & Industries Limited, the flagship company of B. K. Birla Group of companies), has become the first textile company in India to be awarded with the STeP by OEKO-TEX« Certificate for Sustainable Textile Production.
Innerwear with Heart and Soul
Since the worldwide structural shift in the textile industry, only a handful of companies remain in the former textiles heartland of the Swabian Alb. One of these companies is the Albstadt-based underwear manufacturer Comazo GmbH + Co. KG
Harmful substances in childrens clothing
In its study "A little story about the monsters in your closet" published in mid-January, the environmental organisation—Greenpeace—criticised numerous discoveries of harmful substances in childrens clothing from renowned brand manufacturers.