Knitting Trade Journal
Published: 05 November 2015
Stoll outlines new system networking for knitting mills
Stoll CEO Andreas Schellhammer tells the VDMA how the company has deceloped an improved system for networking flat knitting machines.
Invista launches 'hybrid' fibres for knitted denim
Invista has developed a new technology for knit denim fabrics, which is said to provide the comfort and flexibility of a knit with the authentic aesthetics of a woven.
Fulgar launches high-performance fibre for sportswear
Fulgar has developed a new high performance nylon fibre made from bio-polymer derived entirely of castor oil seed.
China's knitting sector upbeat after strong start to 2015
China's knitting sector has reported steady growth in the first half of 2015, with both the knitted fabric and knitwear sectors showing improvements.
Vietnam requires huge textile machinery investment
Vietnam's textile and garment industry requires nearly US$4 billion worth of investment in textile machinery, with almost all of that demand expected to be fulfilled by overseas machine builders.
New acquisitions boost Hanesbrands
HanesBrands has reported record third-quarter results, helped by strong sales contributions from the acquisitions of DBApparel and Knights Apparel.
NEW JOB OPPORTUNITY BOLT THREADS - LEAD SCIENTIST/ENGINEER - FIBRE SPINNING
Bolt Threads is looking for a hands-on scientist or engineer to play a key role on a multi-disciplinary team leading process development, optimisation, and scale-up of its novel silk fibre spinning processes to manufacture novel silk protein fibres for the textiles and consumer apparel industry.
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LATEST 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.
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