Archive: June 2022

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New CEO for Lithuanian knitwear manufacturer

SBA Group has approved the appointment of Nomeda Kaučikienė as chief executive officer of Lithuanian knitwear manufacturer Utenos Trikotažas.

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Nike to make full exit from Russian market

Nike is making a full exit from Russia three months after suspending its operations there, as the pace of Western companies leaving the country accelerates.

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‘Garment factory of the world’ faces numerous challenges

Although Asia remains the garment factory of the world, the sector faces a number of challenges, many of which have been accelerated by the Covid-19...

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NGO making cotton leather products in Cambodia

Hoping to capitalise on the global trend towards “vegan leather”, the Cambodia Cotton Club, a non-governmental organisation located in Battambang town’s Voat Kor commune, is...

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Experts in Novi Sad working on smart textiles and ‘edible’ electronics

Researchers at the Centre for Textile Electronics in the Faculty of Technical Sciences at the University of Novi Sad, Serbia, are developing nano- and flexible...

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Bulgaria’s Fashion Supply planning expansion for non-standard clothing

Bulgarian fashion manufacturer Fashion Supply is planning an initial public offering on the BEAM market on the Bulgarian Stock Exchange for the growth of small...

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Indonesian textile industry outlook brightens after Covid setback

The outlook for Indonesia’s textile and clothing makers appears positive, after two years of pandemic-driven disruptions that decimated the industry (reports Nikkei Asia).

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Thailand-made recycled acrylic fibre now available for more applications

Regel fibre, a new recycled acrylic fibre from Thai Acrylic Fibre, has received overwhelming response since its launch and is now expanding its product range...

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Polish fashion retailer restarts operations in Ukraine

After a periodic suspension of sales in Ukraine, Polish fashion retailer LPP said it has now returned to “limited” business in the country, resuming e-commerce...

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Singapore supplier to expand into traceable fibre technology

Singapore’s Säntis Textiles, a supplier of advanced sustainable textile technologies, has become a strategic development partner of FibreTrace, a provider of traceable fibre technology.

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