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Knitting Trade Journal e-bulletin 25.07.14 Print
Friday, 25 July 2014

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Karl Mayer speeds up tricot technology

?Karl Mayer has further developed its two-bar, high-speed tricot machines so that they can now produce plain warp-knitted textiles at speeds that are up to 20 per cent faster.?

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Hanes impresses with financial results

American clothing retailer HanesBrands has altered its expected net sales for 2014, raising them to US$5.075 billion after record second quarter results saw sales increase by 12 per cent.

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Income rises sharply at Unifi

Specialist yarn maker Unifi Inc. has reported a sharp increase in annual net income with improved operating results for its domestic and Central American operations offsetting lower volume sales in China.

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New patterning options for raschel knitting

Karl Mayer has introduced a new flexible pattern-guide finger system for its raschel technology that enables clients to mount the pattern-guide fingers onto the string bars themselves by means of clips in line with the pattern. Until now, they have had to order adhesively-bonded string bars.

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Retail business lifts Wolford gloom

Luxury lingerie firm Wolford has reported a marginal dip in full year revenues, although there was encouragement from the Austrian firms retail business, which reported growth of five per cent.

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