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Knitting Trade Journal e-bulletin 29.04.11 Print
Friday, 29 April 2011



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Texprocess to address sourcing issues
The lecture programme for the Texprocess Forum, which will be held during the inaugural international trade fair for the processing of textile and other flexible materials, is to focus on sourcing, sustainability and social standard issues.

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Pai Lung develops new fabric collection mechanism
Pai Lung has developed a new mechanism for improving the fabric collection quality on its circular knitting machines and reducing the amount of wasted fabric.

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Kern Liebers predicts strong 2011
Increases in orders from OEM customers and continued growth in the fine gauge hosiery and body size sectors are continuing to drive Germany?s Kern Liebers forward in 2011.

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Radici focusing on renewable elastane
If it can meet the current performance standards of existing stretch fibres, a new renewable elastane fibre could offer an ideal solution for knitwear and hosiery manufacturers looking for a more environmentally friendly alternative to petroleum derived propylene.

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India widens knits trade with Bangladesh
India has agreed to increase the amount of duty-free knitwear its imports from Bangladesh.


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