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Chain reaction for the knitwear sector
Tuesday, 21 February 2017

Wakayama - Shima Seiki aims to give its customers the unprecedented opportunity to enhance their planning efficiency and production capability throughout the production chain.

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In the latest issue...

The January-February 2017 printed edition of Knitting Trade Journal, the leading technical magazine for the global knitting sector, is now available.

This issue includes the second part of our comprehensive review of the recent ITMA Asia + CITME exhibition including a detailed look at some of the latest developments in the flat knitting sector.

This issue also explores the latest innovations from the warp knitting sector as well as a detailed look at the knitting industry in Guatemala.

There are also reports from some of the latest trade shows from our correspondents at key exhibitions and some of the latest developments from yarn and fibre sector.

The January-February issue of Knitting Trade Journal also features all the latest, and original, industry news, insight and new patent developments.

The new 2017 media kit for Knitting Trade Journal is also now available. Email info@mclglobal.net for more information.

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Tuesday, 21 February 2017

article thumbnailCalais - French lace manufacturer Noyon has secured its future after a group of investors, including some of the lingerie industry's most famous names, came together to rescue the historic brand.

Monday, 20 February 2017

article thumbnailShanghai - Amongst the many high-quality offerings at the Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics’ premium SalonEurope area will be the Milano Unica Pavilion, which will feature again at the 2017...

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Guatemala aiming for pole position in Central America's knitting industry

Friday, 17 February 2017

Guatemala City - Guatemala’s knitting industry has been transformed in recent years with significant investment in new mills and equipment both from overseas and domestic sources. Ideally situated...

Shanghai gears up for knitwear showcase

Thursday, 16 February 2017

article thumbnailShanghai - The Spring edition of PH Value China International Knitting Fair, the show created to directly support the growth of the Chinese knitting industry, will take place from 15-17 March in...

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Retail deal triggers expansion for US hosiery maker

Wednesday, 15 February 2017

article thumbnailNew York - A US hosiery maker has struck a deal with one of the country's largest retailers that will see the creation of more than 400 jobs.

Surat textile chiefs targeting knitwear hub

Tuesday, 14 February 2017

article thumbnailSurat - Textile chiefs in India's Gujarat region are hoping to replicate the success of their counterparts in Tirupur by establishing a new knitwear and knitted fabric manufacturing hub.

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China's high-pile sector eyes international expansion

Tuesday, 14 February 2017

article thumbnailShanghai - The circular knitting technology market is witnessing a growing number of machines designed for the high pile sector with Chinese manufacturers keen to look beyond their domestic markets...

Warp knitter produces graphene fabrics

Tuesday, 14 February 2017

article thumbnailMunich – Italian warp knitter Eurojersey has teamed up with fellow Italian company Directa to produce a collection of garments made with the graphene as part of its ‘Sensitive’ fabric brand.

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