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Knitting Trade Journal e-bulletin 26.01.11 Print
Wednesday, 26 January 2011

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Demand for high volume prompts Orizio upgrades
Italian circular knitting machine builder Orizio has been upgrading several of its single jersey and striper machines as it looks to meet its customers increasing demands for high volume production machines.

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Anvil Knitwear joins sustainable cotton program
Anvil Knitwear has joined the Cotton made in Africa Demand Alliance, the first US apparel manufacturer to do so.

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Latest sock technology at Ispo
Invista will showcase the latest developments in sports socks at February?s Ispo exhibition in Munich.

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Outlast names polyester partners
Outlast Technologies has named circular knitter Fountain Set and Far Eastern New Century Corporation as partners in its latest Outlast polyester development, the company?s first-ever heat management polyester fibre.

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Knitter targets export growth
The trend towards Asian companies looking to develop as vertically integrated operations is continuing with one of Bangladesh?s major knitwear producers looking to raise funds through a flotation on the country?s stock exchange.
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The latest issue of Knitting Trade Journal takes an in-depth look at some of the latest ssues currently affecting the knitting industry. On the technology front, we examine the often overlooked range of software available for knitting mills including both design and knitting plant management programs. here is also a detailed look at some of the latest direct and indirect anciallary equipment developments for the flat, circular and warp knitting sectors.
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