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Yiwu aims to bring new insights to hosiery production
Yiwu - The 18th edition of YiwuTex will be held during 13-15 June 2017 at Yiwu International Expo Centre, Zhejiang Province, PR China.
 
Machine builders lock in fabric quality
Wakefield - Knitting Trade Journal explores some of the circular knitting machines on offer for the production of increasingly popular interlock fabrics.
 
Turkish knitters turn to Serbia
Belgrade - Turkish knitted fabric and knitwear manufacturers are being urged to set up manufacturing plants in Serbia with the Balkan country offering financial incentives, such as government subsidies, as well as a prime strategic position as a link between southern and central Europe and the emerging markets of Eastern Europe.
 
Report calls for UK textile rethink
Manchester - The UK textiles sector needs a more imaginative industrial policy to help it build the capabilities needed for a sustainable future, argues a major new report by researchers at the University of Manchester.
 
Lenzing launches new sustainable viscose fibre
Austria - Lenzing has developed EcoVero, a new fibre, which it says, will meet the increasing demand for environmentally friendly viscose, a product widely used in the knitwear sector.
 
Record sales for electronic flat knitting machines
Zurich - With sales of circular knitting machines experiencing a slow 2016, orders for electronic flat knitting machines soared by 99% to around 139,600 machines, the highest level ever.
 
Busi to present two toe-closing knitting machines at Yiwu
Brescia - Italy's Busi Giovanni will be showcasing its latest Medical Terry Pantyhose and Twin-Layer knitting machines, both equipped with the latest version of Rimaglio, the automatic stitch-by-stitch toe-closing device,at the upcoming Yiwu exhibition in China.
 
New technical textile markets for Karl Mayer
Frankfurt - Karl Mayer declared itself extremely satisfied as the doors closed at the recent Techtextil exhibition in Frankfurt with several customer trials, machine purchases and signed sales contracts confirmed at the show.
 
Fears for Pakistan's polyester fabric makers
Karachi - Representatives of Pakistan's textile industry have urged the government to act quickly to help the polyester knitted fabric sector avoid further problems in the next 12 months.
 
Weyco Group signs hosiery licence deal
North Carolina - Weyco Group has signed licensing agreements with Implus for the latter to produce and distribute Stacy Adams and Florsheim hosiery. A previous agreement with another licensee was not renewed.
 
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