Messe Frankfurt Acquires Source Africa and ATF Apparel, Textile & Footwear Trade Exhibition Capetown.
Frankfurt, Germany – Source Africa and ATF, two of Africa’s largest textile, apparel and footwear shows, have been acquired by Messe Frankfurt SA, a subsidiary of Messe Frankfurt, one of the world´s leading trade show organizers with operations in more than 50 countries and over 134 trade fairs worldwide.Read More →
Zürich, Switzerland – For the first time ever in Iran, Switzerland’s textile machinery manufacturers exhibited in their own pavilion at the recent Irantex show, under the umbrella of their representative body the Swiss Textile Machinery Association (Swissmem). A total of 13 Swiss companies took part, reinforcing the impact of their successful symposium in Tehran last […]Read More →
Milan, Italy – An Italian textile machinery delegation will be on hand at the upcoming African Sourcing & Fashion Week (ASFW), to be held in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) from 3 to 6 October 2017. The companies will exhibit at the Italian pavilion organized by the Italian Trade Agency.Read More →
Tennessee, United States – With the goal of helping its members meet their current needs while making the world a better place for future generations, the U.S. cotton industry is setting goals aimed to build upon the strong environmental gains already achieved over the past 30 years.Read More →
Future of Athleisure and Sustainable Fast Fashion to be Debated at Next Month’s Intertextile Shanghai.
Shanghai, China – As the industry’s most influential event, Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics not only provides the widest product sourcing platform but also a stage for the industry to debate the most pressing issues, as well as find products, technologies and solutions to address these. This edition, the panel discussions in particular cover some of […]Read More →
ITMA 2019 Garment Sector Zooms in on Automation to Help Manufacturers Accelerate Productivity and Efficiency.
Brussels, Belgium – The world’s largest textile and garment technology exhibition, ITMA 2019, is spotlighting smart garment technologies as robots and artificial intelligence are set to revolutionize the industry.Read More →
Bönnigheim, Germany – Many areas of everyday and professional life require antimicrobial protection. Such an effect on textile surfaces is currently achieved by utilization of silver or ammonium containing compounds. However, the use of such compounds is questionable with respect to possible adverse ecological and toxicological effects.Read More →
Epson Introduces Next-Generation SureColor F9370 Dye-Sublimation Inkjet Printer for Textile and Apparel Market – Sumaira.
Tokyo, Japan – Epson America introduced its latest wide-format textile printer designed to deliver high-speed, reliable productivity for digital dye-sublimation transfers for a range of polyester textile and apparel applications. The new 64-inch Epson SureColor® F9370 delivers industrial-level production with speeds up to 1,169 square feet/hour1 and features an integrated new fabric wiping system coupled with a highly accurate roll-to-roll […]Read More →
New Processes for Cleaning High-Visibility Clothing to Maintain its Value and Functionality Over Extended Time Periods.
Bönnigheim, Germany – Employees in many industries are protected from possible hazards by wearing high-visibility clothing during their activities. One important example are people working on roads or railway tracks. However, during the work, the high-visibility clothing can become contaminated by, for example bitumen, tar or buffer grease. This contamination reduces the warning effect of the high-visibility […]Read More →
Frankfurt, Germany – Urbanisation is one of the key words of our time. More than half the world’s population already lives in cities. In its “Theme Park” inspiration area, the upcoming Heimtextil (9-12 January 2018) will reveal how urban life is likely to impact the worlds of living and working in future.Read More →