Product and service innovations to help USA mitigate trade war effects

The past one and half year has been like a roller-coaster ride for the US textile market. During this period, the market witnessed several ups and downs mainly on account of the Sino-US trade war. Stakeholders Exhibitors at the recent edition of New York Show, wished this war to end quickly and the Sino-US economic … More Product and service innovations to help USA mitigate trade war effects

Over 170 attended RISE Conference

Over 170 professionals in materials science, product development and new technologies participated in the ninth conference edition of RISE—Research, Innovation & Science for Engineered Fabrics, September 24 – 26, 2019 at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC. The event was co-organised by INDA, the Association of the Nonwoven Fabrics Industry, The Nonwovens Institute, and North Carolina State University. … More Over 170 attended RISE Conference

H&M wants more Customers to Recycle Their Clothes

Retailers, especially fast-fashion chains such as H&M, are under pressure to lead the way on sustainability. And, consumers want to know more about the life cycle of their purchases. H&M started collecting used garments from its customers in 2013, partnering with I:Collect, a Swiss reuse and recycling logistics company that picks up clothing and shoes in more than 60 countries. … More H&M wants more Customers to Recycle Their Clothes

WTO Members seek priorities for agriculture (cotton) negotiations in lead-up to Ministerial Conference

WTO members met on September 26, 2019, to examine a report circulated at the end of July by the chair of the agriculture negotiations, Ambassador John Deep Ford. The chair’s report, a summary of various suggestions and ideas put forward by members in recent discussions, called on members to identify “doable elements for meaningful outcomes” … More WTO Members seek priorities for agriculture (cotton) negotiations in lead-up to Ministerial Conference