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Knitting Trade Journal e-bulletin 15.10.15 Print
Thursday, 15 October 2015

 


 

Delta Galil signs Puma licence deal

Delta Galil, the Israeli manufacturer of intimate apparel, active and seamlesswear, has signed a new licence deal with Puma to take over all of the sportswear giant's activity in Israel.


 

New options for raschel knitting

The latest line of electronic raschel knitting machinery for the production of 3D spacer fabrics, tubular fabrics, security nets and special meshes will be on offer at ITMA from Spain's Rius.

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Orizio to launch superfine circular knitting machine

Italy's Orizio will have a range of new circular knitting machines on display at ITMA Milan, including a new machine for high pile and speciality fabrics for outwear, and a sinkerless machine in a superfine 80G.

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Lingerie giant boosted by IPO

One of the world's largest lingerie and seamless sportswear manufacturers says it expects to plough the funds from its recent IPO back into expanding its manufacturing capacity.

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Unifi expands Repreve global availability and product range

Unifi is to widen the global availability of its Repreve recycled fibre with the assistance of Korteks, a licesed manufacturer of Repreve in Turkey, and Sun Chemical, a distributor of Repreve in Taiwan.

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Birla looks to China for cellulosic growth

Birla Cellulose, major supplier of speciality viscose staple fibres, is looking to build up its presence in the Chinese market through a series of collaborations with the country's textile firms - several of which supply the knitting sector with high quality yarns.

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 NEW ISSUE: The September-October printed edition of Knitting Trade Journal, the leading technical magazine for the global knitting sector, is now available.

This issue includes a round up of the latest knitting technology and ancillary equipment, market trends and analysis.

There are also reports from some of the latest trade shows from our correspondents at key exhibitions as well a look at some of the latest innovations from the circular knitting sector.

This issue also celebrates the 20th anniversary of Shima Seiki's WHOLEGARMENT technology and includes a visit to a high-end knitwear manufacturer to see the production processes in action.

This issue also includes a comprehensive preview of this November's ITMA exhibition, which takes place in Milan.

In the preview we focus on the new knitting technology and ancillary equipment that is likely to be on display from some of the industry's leading manufacturers.

The September-October issue also features all the latest, and original, industry news, insight and new patent developments.

READ A PREVIOUS ISSUE OF KNITTING TRADE JOURNAL, or SUBSCRIBE HERE TODAY.