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14-Jan-2019   Beaulieu Fibres launches UltraBond at Domotex      
Beaulieu Fibres has launched new UltraBond, a patented polyolefin bonding staple fibre that removes the need for latex or other chemical binders to bind nonwovens, at Domotex. It is a unique opportunity for carpet manufacturers to create fully recyclable needlepunch carpets, and benefit from production and resource savings, without influencing performance.     Read More  

14-Jan-2019   Tarasafe offers next gen foul-weather clothing      
Tarasafe, one of the leading brands of flame-resistant (FR) apparel, is offering a new range of FR foul weather protection clothing which is designed to meet the demanding needs of oil and gas workers. The garments offer protection from incidental flame exposure and weather protection across a wide range of environmental conditions, while retaining moisture.     Read More  

14-Jan-2019   No big shift in labour compliance at Cambodian factories      
There were no big shifts in compliance, as per the 35th annual report published by Better Factories Cambodia (BFC). The report showed that violations of core labour standards related to forced labour, child labour and discrimination remained low and important issues such as compliance with the minimum wage were universally applied across the garment sector.     Read More  

14-Jan-2019   A quarter of global retailers implemented AI in 2018      
Over a quarter (28 per cent) of retailers are deploying AI today, an increase of 17 per cent from 2017, found a new study from Capgemini Research Institute. The study looked at 400 global retailers that are implementing AI use cases at different stages of maturity - a group that represents 23 per cent of the global retail market by revenue.     Read More  

14-Jan-2019   Over half of consumers use mobile apps in-store:      
More than half of the consumers have used a retailer’s mobile app while in-store to find coupons (57 per cent), redeem coupons (65 per cent) and locate sale items (46 per cent), according to a new study by Yes Marketing. The findings suggest an imperative for retailers to deliver a multichannel experience that drives more mobile users to shop in-store.     Read More  

14-Jan-2019   PVH, CFDA examine roles of inclusion and diversity      
The fashion industry rates itself as only average when evaluating inclusion and diversity (I and D) efforts, says a briefing by PVH and the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) who have joined hands to examine the roles I and D in the sector and start a meaningful industry dialogue. The goal is to identify issues to convert awareness into action.     Read More  

14-Jan-2019   Detego to display new software solutions at EuroCIS      
Retail software specialist, Detego, will present three software solutions at EuroCIS, in hall 9, booth #C04. The leading trade fair for retail technology will be held from February 19-21, 2019, in Dusseldorf, Germany. Detego, which develops highly innovative software solutions for the retail industry, will highlight the AI driven future of fashion retail.     Read More  

14-Jan-2019   DiloGroup to display textile machinery at IDEA19      
DiloGroup is set to present new textile machinery at IDEA19, the leading pre-eminent event for nonwovens and engineered fabrics, to be held from March 25-28, 2019, at the Miami Beach Convention, US, in booth #522. The company is the leading equipment supplier of complete lines for staple fibre nonwoven fabric production, headquartered in the Germany.     Read More  

14-Jan-2019   Gen Z shoppers more conscious buyers: Report      
Despite being a relatively new buying group, Gen Z shoppers make up some of the most conscious buyers, according to a recent finding. 68 per cent of the surveyed respondents have made an eco-friendly purchase in the previous year. Over 2/3rd of the respondents consider sustainability when making a purchase and are willing to pay more for sustainable products.     Read More  

14-Jan-2019   Technical textile industry to touch $30 billion: Voltas      
The technical textile industry in India has the potential to grow at a rate of 15-20 per cent annually to touch $30 billion over the next five years. Despite the huge potential, the investment in technical textiles sector has not gained much momentum in the past, according to a top official of the textile machinery division of Voltas Limited.     Read More  

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