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Knitting Trade Journal e-bulletin 30.10.14 Print
Thursday, 30 October 2014

French knitter to close

A French circular knitter, which serves the luxury apparel market across Europe, ?is to close after administrators failed to find a buyer for the 70-year old company.

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Heliot offers greener sock boarding option

Heliot International has developed a new hosiery finishing machine which requires less maintenance, has a new, highly-improved drying area and offers a noticeable reduction in steam and electricity consumption.

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London exhibition for Shima Seiki

Leading flatbed knitting machinery manufacturer Shima Seiki has shared details of a private exhibition to be held in London next month.

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Technical warp knits with zero waste

Karl Mayer Liba has developed a new warp-knitting machine that is said to produce high quality technical textiles with zero waste leading to lower costs and a reduced environmental impact.

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Acquisition costs slow Hanesbrands growth

Hanesbrands has reported a dip in profits for its third quarter, due mainly to the the acquisition costs related to deals for Maidenform and more recently, DBApparel.

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