Textiles Eastern Europe is a monthly publication providing commercial news, information and business opportunities of the textile and clothing industries in the emerging markets of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Read by top management and global decision-makers with an interest in capitalising on and investing in the economic regeneration of this rapidly developing region.
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Teijin Frontier, the Teijin Group’s fibres and products converting company, has announced that its core base for polyester fibre manufacturing, Teijin Polyester Thailand, has started...
Italian group Calzedonia, which produces clothing and underwear, plans to expand production at its factory in Prijedor, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and is seeking more workers.
Tailoring company Antoan Vill is considering building a new 2,000-m2 factory in Ruse, Bulgaria.
Albania’s textile and footwear industry is increasingly facing a series of challenges, including energy costs and inflation, combined with competition from Asia, which could jeopardise...
The governments of Indonesia and Vietnam, together with Bangladesh and Pakistan, have joined forces to fight chemical pollution, launching a joint US$43m programme to manage...
Published by Textile Media Services, Textiles Eastern Europe is a monthly electronic newsletter targeted at major textile and clothing companies, and suppliers of machinery, equipment, fibres, dyestuffs and chemicals, who are looking at investing in, or marketing to, Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.
Read by top management, chief executives and decision-makers in the international textile and clothing industry with an interest in capitalising on the economic regeneration of Central and Eastern Europe.