Needle detection system improves fabric quality Although unavoidable, the rapid detection of broken or bent needles can significantly reduce the amount of reduced quality fabric produced on circular knitting machines, saving knitting mills both time and money.
Hosiery firm joins Cotton Made in Africa project A hosiery manufacturer has become the first Canadian company to join the growing list of retailers, brands and manufacturers that make up Cotton Made in Africa?s Demand Alliance.
Emerging markets drive elastane growth Demand for elastane fibres is set to grow considerably over the next few years, driven by growing demand in emerging markets such as China, Brazil and India, according to a new report,
Sustainable cotton guide launch draws closer The Insiders Guide to Cotton and Sustainability, written by Simon Ferrigno and edited by John Mowbray, will be available for purchase from January 2012. Published by MCL Global, producers of Ecotextile News and Knitting Trade Journal, the 100 page booklet covers the ecological impact of cotton production and the environmental challenges that this presents.
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