Anti-microbial finish on textiles using plant extracts

Our today’s guest authors of TextileFuture’s Newsletter are Dr Subrata Das, Abarrna Devi R and Akshaya N. Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, Sathyamangalam, Erode District, Tamil Nadu 638401, India. TextileFuture is pleased to offer you this exclusive insight in the Eco-friendly, sustainable antimicrobial finish can be prepared from the plant extracts and it is used … More Anti-microbial finish on textiles using plant extracts

Chinese babies and children are well dressed thanks to their caring and spending parents

One child and two child Chinese parents are not behaving in another manner than their Western counterparts, they do everything to cloth babies and children well. Today’s Newsletter feature covers the Chinese parents’ purchase patterns and allow a deep insight into Chinese rich and poorer family life in urban and rural areas, and of clothing … More Chinese babies and children are well dressed thanks to their caring and spending parents

Cross-border E-commerce activity soars across Russian regions

IMPORTANT: Please renew your TEXTILEFUTURE NEWSLETTER SUBSCRIBTION. THANK YOU! TextileFuture’s Newsletter peeks for you to Russia and the spread of cross border E-Commerce, based upon a publication of the research arm of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council. The guest author is Leonid Orlov, its Moscow Consultant Advertisement: Advertisement: Conventional retail sector giving way to … More Cross-border E-commerce activity soars across Russian regions

Polyester grows to twice the volume of cotton

Advertisement:   TextileFuture is presenting to you in today’s Newsletter that Polyester might grow to twice the volume of cotton. This report is based upon the recent Americas Polyester Conference, presented by Phil Marshall, Head of Polyester at PCI Wood Mackenzie and our guest author. The firm provides a broader, deeper view from upstream energy … More Polyester grows to twice the volume of cotton

The apparel sourcing caravan’s next stop: Digitization

TextileFuture always expressed the opinion that the apparel industry are nomads, moving from one country to another, only to take advantage of the best economic conditions and to move on if such are consumed. Now McKinsey just released its newest survey by its Apparel, Fashion & Luxury Group entitled “The apparel sourcing caravan’s next stop: … More The apparel sourcing caravan’s next stop: Digitization