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Pierin Menzli, Head Sustainable Investment Research and Tomasz Godziek, Sustainable Investment Analyst, Information Technology & Quant of Swiss J. Safra Sarasin Bank are the guest authors of this feature, and we thank them for this valuable contribution, giving their opinion from an investment standpoint, but shedding light on the various aspects of Disruptive Technologies, and in a comprehensive and short form
May 23, 2017
As you might recall, TextileFuture has published an extensive coverage on Vietnam in its Newsletters and news. Today, we want to give you fresh figures and data on the country and its future development, with a focus on the influence of Foreign Direct Investment foremost in the manufacturing sector’s development, because we think that the important Vietnamese market deserves further attention of our readership. The feature is based upon a new report by Hong Kong Development Corporation’s Research Team. The feature is entitled “Vietnam supply-chain opportunities spurred by Foreign Investment”
May 16, 2017
Today’s Newsletter will serve as a sort of a guide to Techtextil / Techprocess in Frankfurt, Germany, taking place from May 9 – 12, 2017 at Messe Frankfurt. We provide you with a selection of exhibitors with important innovations and in alphabetical order. Accidently - and we apologise for the omittance – our technical photography tool prevents us to publish the accompanying pictures, please understand! Nevertheless you have all the information on the selected exhibitors.
May 09, 2017
TextileFuture presents today the touchy subject of corporate Human Rights through a benchmark report that has also findings on a focus on clothing. We include also agriculture facts, with an eye on cotton. The presentation entails many tables that are self-explanatory, and you can draw your own conclusions. The feature is entitled “CHRB, the Corporate Human Rights Benchmark 2017 findings with a focus on apparel”
May 02, 2017
TextileFuture has given you already an insight on the latest April developments in cotton, now we would like to throw some light on different important markets of cotton. We start out with Bangladesh, then add Brazil, China, Pakistan, and Spain and Turkey with detailed data provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The feature is entitled “All about cotton”
April 25, 2017
This Newsletter is based on the latest detailed analysis of WTO, the World Trade Organisation on worldwide trade with a forecast of 2017 and 2018 that we would like to bring to your attention, because it allows you a better planning of your own business, and provides you with ample data breakdowns around global trade. The feature is entitled: “Trade recovery expected in 2017-18, amid policy uncertainty says WTO”
April 18, 2017
TextileFuture presents you in today’s Newsletter to important events, the first is titled “Financial success through Industry 4.0: Digital Capability Centre opens in Aachen, Germany” and is based upon a partnership with McKinsey, ITA RWTH Aachen, and PTC. The second event is the Textile & Fashion Forum by STF Schweizerische Textilfachschule (Swiss Textile College) in Zurich, Switzerland covering some important sectors of the textile industry and its innovations, among also clothing by 3 D Printing and is entitled “Future Craft 2.0 – Digital meets Craft”. The features are entitled “Two important events on the future of the textile, clothing industry and textile machinery industry“
April 11, 2017
TextileFuture wants to give you the results of a McKinsey Global Survey on economic conditions among executives, and, since the results were delivered on March 31, 2017 it gives you the most recent evaluation on worldwide estimates, not only on the economic conditions, but also in view to geopolitical and trade concerns. Thus you might share the fresh results and compare them with your own assumptions and evaluations. We provide you with valuable information for your own business decisions. The feature is entitled "Economic Conditions Snapshot March 2017 based on McKinsey Global Survey results"
April 04, 2017
TextileFuture continues its series on automation, today with The Factory of the Future with a focus on the automotive industry which has in many ways also had its impact an in a pioneering role on other industries, including textile machinery manufacturing. We are proud to present you various papers published by the Boston Consulting Group. The feature is entitled “The Factory of the Future (Automation Part II)”
March 28, 2017
WIPO, the World Intellectual Property Organisation has just released the latest data on International Patent applications, Trademark and Industrial Design Protection. TextileFuture thinks that patents, trademarks and industrial design protection gain ever more importance, this is why we do present to you – as every year – the facts and figures for 2016. The feature is entitled 2016 record year for International Patent Applications, as for Trademark and Industrial Design Protection
March 21, 2017
It is not without an important reason that the US Department of Agriculture has been bringing up this feature that China is moving towards commercialisation of its own (cotton) Biotechnology Crops. The background is the takeover of Swiss Syngenta (a crop science company) by Chinese ChemChem. The reason why TextileFuture brings this complex matter - biotechnology is a vast field with various sectors - to our readers’ attention is mainly genetically engineered cotton. The feature allows also an insight in the thinking of the Chinese lawmakers and the competitive situation in the USA where cotton, cotton exports and the crop protection firm Monsanto play an important role in this respect, so to speak a counterweight in the still pending takeover. Some of the passages give you a deep insight into Chinese thinking, respectively U.S. counter views. In some way today's feature is a continuation of TextileFuture's series on China, and we admit that in some parts it is a rather stodgy reading fare, yet informative. The feature is entitled China moving towards commercialisation of its own (cotton) Biotechnology Crops
March 14, 2017
TextileFuture gives you today the insights on what automation brings and what it will provoke in all of its aspects. As basis are serving three different findings by McKinsey Quarterly, and we feel sure to offer you definitions and facts on this important matter. The feature is entitled “Automation, its actual and future impacts"
March 07, 2017
At WEF, the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland the following extensive paper was presented and discussed. TextileFuture would like to present the essentials to you to show how much it will take to make autonomous vehicles a common thing on our streets. We would like to thank Honda Switzerland for allowing us the exclusive access to these papers. The full report of Policy Network entails 64 pages. One of the next TextileFuture Newsletters will give you Part II with a more consumer and business analysis of the future for autonomous vehicles. TextileFuture is convinced that autonomous vehicles will allow new textile interiors and other relevant products, thus a prosperous market for textile machinery and textiles. Today’s feature is entitled Freeing the Road - Shaping the future for autonomous vehicles (Part I)
February 28, 2017
The OECD has just released a new Due Dilligence Guidance for Responsible Supply Chains in the Garment and Footwear Sector, designed to help companies identify and prevent potential negative impacts related to human rights, labour, the environment, and corruption in garment and footwear supply chains worldwide. It is a useful instrument for all textile relevant sectors, especially in manufacturing countries. All of the experience of the past ten years is comprised, and all sectors of activity are touched. The offered modules entail child labour, sexual harassment and sexual and gender-based violence in the workplace, forced labour, working time, occupational health and safety, trade unions, collective bargaining, and wages. The environmental modules embrace hazardous chemicals, water, Greenhouse gas emissions, bribery and corruption and responsible sourcing from homeworkers. The feature is titled: OECD launches a due diligence guidance for supply chains of garment and footwear sectors
February 21, 2017
The United Nations UNCTAD, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, just released the latest figures and comments on the World FDI Foreign Direct investments of 2016, and with an outlook on 2017. FDI is also on the agenda of the new US President Donald Trump, thus TextileFuture provides you with the necessary data. The feature is entitled “World FDI 2016-17 in the focus”
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