New lactam wastewater recovery plant at RadiciFil

New lactam wastewater recovery plant at RadiciFil: setting new targets on energy savings and emission reduction Enhanced environmental performance and improved polymer and, hence, yarn quality: these are the main objectives set for the new lactam wastewater recovery plant installed at the RadiciFil production site in Casnigo (Bergamo, Italy) during the course of 2018. The … More New lactam wastewater recovery plant at RadiciFil

BASF posts slight increase in 2018 sales and decline in earnings due mainly to lower contributions from Chemicals

Sales of EUR 62.7 billion (plus 2%) EBIT before special items of EUR 6.4 billion (minus 17%) Cash flows from operating activities of EUR 7.9 billion (minus 10%) Free cash flow EUR 4 billion Proposed dividend of EUR 3.20 for 2018 financial year (2017: EUR 3.10) Outlook 2019:  Slight sales growth expected, mainly from higher … More BASF posts slight increase in 2018 sales and decline in earnings due mainly to lower contributions from Chemicals

Cooperation between Team Sonnenwagen, Covestro and Sika

A team of students from RWTH Aachen University and FH Aachen plan to enter their self-constructed, solar-powered electric car in perhaps the world’s toughest solar car race: the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge 2019. After the successful premiere at the previous year’s race, Team Sonnenwagen[http://www.sonnenwagen.org/] will attempt for the second time to be the fastest to … More Cooperation between Team Sonnenwagen, Covestro and Sika

More facts on Greek Textile Industry (Part 3)

By Virginia F. Bodmer-Altura TextileFuture concludes the reporting on the Greek Textile Industry, Cotton and Spinning (Part 1 / Part 2 ) with Part 3 and two actual interviews conducted with Dimitris Polychronos, CEO Nafpaktos Yarns,  Nafpaktos Textile Industry SA and John Akkas CEO from Hellenic Textile Group Nafpaktos Textile Industry SA The company works … More More facts on Greek Textile Industry (Part 3)

70 % Brits say Brexit will & has not affected spending

By guest author Sahar Nazir from Retail Gazette 60 % of consumers say Brexit has not and will not affect their spending this year 70% of consumers in the North East said the same Consumers say they will spend more on groceries, holidays and home improvement Retailers will need to invest in technology, increase efficiencies … More 70 % Brits say Brexit will & has not affected spending