Knitting Trade Journal
Published: 25 July 2014
Karl Mayer speeds up tricot technology ?Karl Mayer has further developed its two-bar, high-speed tricot machines so that they can now produce plain warp-knitted textiles at speeds that are up to 20 per cent faster.?
Hanes impresses with financial results
American clothing retailer HanesBrands has altered its expected net sales for 2014, raising them to US$5.075 billion after record second quarter results saw sales increase by 12 per cent.
Income rises sharply at Unifi
Specialist yarn maker Unifi Inc. has reported a sharp increase in annual net income with improved operating results for its domestic and Central American operations offsetting lower volume sales in China.
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New patterning options for raschel knitting
Karl Mayer has introduced a new flexible pattern-guide finger system for its raschel technology that enables clients to mount the pattern-guide fingers onto the string bars themselves by means of clips in line with the pattern. Until now, they have had to order adhesively-bonded string bars.
Retail business lifts Wolford gloom Luxury lingerie firm Wolford has reported a marginal dip in full year revenues, although there was encouragement from the Austrian firms retail business, which reported growth of five per cent. Read more
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