Debenhams under further pressure as Moody’s downgrades again

Debenhams took another hit over the weekend as influential ratings agency Moody’s downgraded the struggling retailer on two separate measures. Just two months after it was last downgraded due to weaker than expected profits, Moody’s has lowered Debenhams’ corporate family rating from B2 to Caa1. A separate rating which measures the likelihood that Debenhams will … More Debenhams under further pressure as Moody’s downgrades again

Large gift to North Carolina State University’s Textile School

Thanks to a USD 28 million gift from alumnus Frederick “Fred” Eugene Wilson Jr. and his family, North Carolina State University’s College of Textiles, henceforth will be known as the Wilson College of Textiles.  A world leader in textile research, the Wilson College of Textiles is the only standalone textile college in the United States. … More Large gift to North Carolina State University’s Textile School

German politician sponsors cotton marking project

Tailorlux and Dibella Group have won Renate Künast’s sponsorship in Berlin for the organic cotton marking project of Chetna Cooperative. Renate Künast sees physical labelling as the solution to the problem of bio-fraud. “It’s essential to be able to trace the path of cotton from the textile back to the field to stop fraud and … More German politician sponsors cotton marking project

Textile Competence in a Nutshell – Visit Hohenstein’s free workshops during upcoming the Performance Days

Textile Competence in a Nutshell Visit Hohenstein’s free workshops during the Performance Days (Booth P9-P10, in Hall C 1) from November 28-29, 2018 in Munich, Germany Clothing that fulfils multiple functions at once is really appreciated by consumers. Our Hohenstein experts help you to hone the comfort, function, and fit of your products as well … More Textile Competence in a Nutshell – Visit Hohenstein’s free workshops during upcoming the Performance Days