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16-Oct-2019   Nouryon to expand ethylene amine product offering      
Nouryon has inaugurated a demonstration plant in Stenungsund, Sweden to showcase a more sustainable technology platform to produce ethylene amines and its derivatives. The technology, which is based on ethylene oxide (EO), allows for selective production of a wide range of end products, enabling Nouryon to expand its ethylene amine product offering.     Read More  

16-Oct-2019   Piave Maitex to present technically advanced line ''Again''      
Piave Maitex, recognised as a preferred partner for the global textile industry, will present its unique line ''Again'' during the Functional Fabric Fair at booth 1017 in Portland, US, from October 22-24. ''Again'' is a smart and technically advanced line that balances performance, functionality and sustainable features, formed of highly performing jerseys.     Read More  

16-Oct-2019   Apparel company Elevenate selects Gerber''s YuniquePLM      
Elevenate has joined forces with ACG Nystrom and Gerber Technology. The partnership will allow the a high-quality performance gear company to implement Gerber’s easy-to-use product lifecycle management solution, YuniquePLM, in order to gain more control over their supply chain and further streamline their processes to meet increasing customer demand.     Read More  

16-Oct-2019   Nirapon, BGMEA discuss safety of RMG factory workers      
Representatives of Nirapon, the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA), and the Bangladesh Knitwear Manufacturers and Exporters association (BKMEA) met recently in Dhaka. All parties committed to continue the conversation on their shared goal to protect the safety of readymade garment (RMG) factory workers in Bangladesh.     Read More  

16-Oct-2019   Birla Cellulose makes viscose fibre from cotton waste      
In a breakthrough innovation which could be a step towards new raw material fibre input, Birla Cellulose, one of the global leaders in manmade cellulose fibre (MMCF), has manufactured viscose fibre using pre-consumer cotton fabric waste. This innovation has been done through in-house R&D and uses a minimum of 20 per cent pre-consumer industrial fabric waste.     Read More  

16-Oct-2019   IMF urges India to cut rates, reform more for revival      
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has advised India for further monetary policy easing and broad-based structural reforms to reverse a cyclical demand slowdown. It cut its growth projection for India to 6.1 per cent for this fiscal from 7 per cent in July. IMF chief economist Gita Gopinath urged India to do a lot more despite appropriate steps taken.     Read More  

16-Oct-2019   Burberry, RealReal to promote sustainable fashion      
Global luxury brand Burberry and authenticated luxury consignment marketplace The RealReal have joined hands to promote a more sustainable future for fashion. Through the partnership, Burberry and The RealReal aim to support and promote a circular economy for fashion by encouraging customers to extend the life of their products through resale.     Read More  

16-Oct-2019   TAF & Reliance jointly showcase Radianza in Intertextile      
Thai Acrylic Fibre Co Ltd (TAF), from Aditya Birla Group, and Reliance Spinning Mills Ltd, Nepal, jointly displayed a range of products with Radianza in the recently concluded Intertextile in Shanghai. Reliance Spinning Mills Ltd., Nepal, a joint venture of Golyan and Maliram Shivkumar (MS) Group, is a high-tech spinning plant producing various yarns.     Read More  

16-Oct-2019   US approves transgenic cotton variety as human food source      
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved the use of genetically-modified cotton seed for human consumption, paving the way for edible cottonseed. The cotton plant was developed by Texas A&M University scientists and the seed is allowed as food for people and all types of animals. It taste is similar to that of chickpeas.     Read More  

16-Oct-2019   CanopyStyle, ZDHC intensify collaborative work      
CanopyStyle and the ZDHC Roadmap to Zero Programme have joined hands to intensify their collaborative work toward tackling the negative impacts of chemical processing, wastewater discharge, and raw material sourcing in viscose production. The partnership unites the two organisations’ expertise on very different sustainability issues in the fashion industry.     Read More  

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