Strategies for sustainability in the global apparel industry
Since the textile and apparel industry has become increasingly eco-conscious Textile Exchange, an organisation who is foreseeing a sustainable future for the textile and apparel industry – hosts an annual conference which provides an opportunity for brands, retailers, manufacturers, consumers, media and pressure groups to learn about the key sustainability issues in the industry, Textile Intelligence has published a new commercially available report on “Strategies for sustainability in the global apparel industry. The main chapters are Social and Environmental Impact of the Textile and Apparel Industry, Collaboration to Achieve Sustainability in the Textile and Apparel Industry, Transparency: An Important Feature of Sustainability in the Textile and Apparel Supply Chain, Importance of Integrity in Business Practices Along the Textile and Apparel Supply Chain, the Main Certification systems For Sustainable Textiles and Apparel and Innovations in Apparel Sustainability.
More on the report can be had from the following website.
Trade Liberalisation holds the Key for Turkey’s Nonwovens Manufacturers and other Technical Textile news
The newest issue 89 of the commercially available Technical Textile Markets published by Textile Intelligence (GB) deals with trade liberalisation as a key for Turkey’s Nonwovens Manufacturers, Product Developments and Innovations, Markets for Automotive Airbags with profiles of Autoliv, Takata and TRW Automotive, a profile of Kemel, a leading manufacturer of heat resistant and flame resistant fibres, global Technical Textiles Business Update and statistics entail trends in man-made fibre production.
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