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Luxury sector to drive intimate wear growth
Portland - Theglobal intimate wear market is expected to generate US$250 billion by 2022, increasing at a CAGR of 7.2% between 2016-2022 with the luxury sector in particular driving the most growth.
Marks & Spencer hints at clothing recovery
London - Marks and Spencer has shown the first signs of growth in its clothing business for nearly two years.
India remains promising market for warp knitting sector
Obertshausen - Despite fears of demonetization and its adverse affect on the economy, India represents a promising market for the warp knitting market in 2017 with tricot machines opening up new avenues of production.
Plant Textiles heads to Bangalore
Bangalore - Planet Textiles, the annual summit on environmental issues for the global textile sector organised by the publisher of Knitting Trade Journal, will take place on Wednesday 24th May at the JW Marriott Hotel in Bangalore, India.
New plant for Taiwanese warp knitter
Taipei - A Taiwanese warp knitting firm is to invest US$50 million in a new manufacturing facility in Vietnam.
Karl Mayer enhances spare parts service
Obertshausen - Warp knittingmachine builder Karl Mayer will make its Webshop Spare Parts service, which contains roughly 300 stored, current spare parts, in China from the end of 2016.
New assembly hall up & running at Karl Mayer
Obertshausen - The new assembly hall at warp knitting builder Karl Mayer's site in Obertshausen, Germany, is now operational
High productivity is central to new lace knitting technology
Obertshausen - With hitherto unseen levels of productivity, the new Lace.Express technology from warp knitting machine specialist Karl Mayer is aiming to set new trends in the production of apparel lace.
Karl Mayer opens new technical textile centres
Chemnitz - Karl Mayer Technische Textilien, is close to completing its €5 million project to establish two showrooms aimed at the technical textiles market.
Digitization key for the future warp knitting market
Obertshausen - Karl Mayer took the opportunity of ITMA Asia + CITME to demonstrate how it is focusing on the challenges facing the knitting sector with the theme of digitization featuring significantly across two simultaneous presentations.
 
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