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Knitting Trade Journal e-bulletin 26.02.15 Print
Thursday, 26 February 2015

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Surge in Pakistan knitwear exports

Exports of knitwear from Pakistan increased by 10.19 per cent from $1.306 billion last year to $1.44 billion for the first 7 months (July-January) of the current financial year.
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New structures and fine counts at Pitti Filati

Angela Cavalca visits Pitti Filati where she finds a journey through natural lightness and a new material experience.

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Hanesbrands to acquire collegiate apparel firm

HanesBrands is to acquire Knights Apparel, a major player in the licensed collegiate logo apparel sector, in a deal worth around US$200 million.

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Burnt out effects on warp knits

Karl Mayer has teamed up with Blanke textech GmbH to develop a technique for producing warp knitted textiles with a burnt-out effect.
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Barrie Knitwear to expand

Reports from?BBC News?suggest that Paris luxury fashion business Chanel is planning to expand the workforce at Barrie Knitwear to meet growing customer demand.

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Vanguard launches range of new high-speed circular knitting machines

Vanguard Pai Lung has developed a new series of high-speed, circular knitting machines, which benefit from a number of upgrades including improved camming, extended needle and sinker life and a new fabric take-up system.

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