Everybody speaks about sustainability and the urgency to act along the textile value chain up to the individual user of textiles and fashion Yarns and Fibers.com has taken up the opportunity to deliver weekly news, achievements, promises, acting and results in a comprehensive publication Sustainable Fashion. TextileFuture has taken up sustainability very early some years … More Sustainability urges some action in the textile value chain and the consumer front
Today’s TextileFuture Newsletter is concentrating on the new to be Free Trade Zone in Chinese Hainan. We do thank the Hong Kong Trade Development Council’s Research arm for the complete breakdown of the development. Hainan Free Trade Zone (1): Background and Positioning Central Government Designates Hainan as Latest FTZ Last year, Hainan Island of Hainan … More Chinese Hainan will get its Free Trade Zone
Today’s Newsletter is focused on a structured approach to supply-chain risk management published in March 2018 by the authors by Tucker Bailey, Edward Barriball, Arnav Dey, and Ali Sankur from McKinsey. Tucker Bailey and Edward Barriball are partners in McKinsey’s Washington, DC office. Arnav Dey is an engagement manager in the Boston office, and Ali … More A practical approach to supply-chain risk management
The market for adaptive apparel includes individuals with disabilities; individuals with mobility, sensory or motor processing difficulties; and, those undergoing various medical treatments. According to the World Health Organization’s 2011 World Report on Disability, around 785 million people aged 15 and older globally, or 15.6% of the world’s 15+ population, have a disability. Based on … More Adaptive Fashion will have a Potential Global Market Value of USD 289 billion this Year
Today’s Newsletter is about China and its Belt & Road concept. According to the New York Times Magazine, the “behind” of China is to become the World’s Power No. 1. This article was researched by the New York Times Magazine, with support from New York University’s Matthew Power Literary Reporting Award. Ben Mauk is the … More Can China turn the Middle of Nowhere into the Centre of the World Economy?
By guest author Henry Dsouza from Textile Excellence Exports of textile machinery have witnessed a boost in the second quarter of FY 18-19. Exports totalled to USD 227.31 million in Q2 FY 18-19, delivering a growth of 11.10 % over the previous quarter and 26.61 % over CPLY (corresponding period of last year). Spinning, twisting … More India’s Textile Machinery Exports upsurge in second quarter and full year 2018-19