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Knitting Trade Journal e-bulletin 04.11.11 Print
Friday, 04 November 2011

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New Camber machine marks end of a UK era
A Leicester firm has built the last ever Camber machine in the UK, marking the end of an era for this renowned circular knitting technology.

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Hanesbrands blames cotton for rising prices
Hanesbrands Inc says it has raised the prices on its underwear and socks to help offset rising cotton costs.

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New Rascheltronic machine for that ?lace look?
Karl Mayer says it hopes to meet the growing demand for light and airy lingerie fabrics with a lace look and sportswear with ?functional zones? with its newly developed Rascheltronic machine.

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Lejaby placed in receivership
French lingerie maker Lejaby has been placed in receivership by the commercial court in Lyon for an initial period of six months.

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Cautious retailers curb Unifi sales
Slower demand for domestically produced polyester and nylon products saw net sales for Unifi dip 2% in its first quarter.

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New guidebook on cotton and sustainability
MCL Global, the publisher of the influential Ecotextile News magazine will launch the ?Insider?s Guide to Cotton and Sustainability?, a new handy booklet which will provide in-depth expert analysis and guidance on how to tackle the issue of sustainability in the global cotton supply chain.

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