Month: December 2017

Birla Cellulose nurturing the future of Ichalkaranji

Birla Cellulose, along with Ichalkarangi Shuttleless Loom Owners’ Association (ISLOA) and Ichalkarangi Shuttleless Fabric Manufacturers’ Association (ISFMA), conducted an interactive customer meet on 21st November at Hotel Sayaji, Kolhapur with spinners, weavers and processors of Ichalkaranji. The meet was aimed at making Ichalkaranji a self-sufficient hub for finished fabrics made from Viscose, Modal and Excel fibres offered by Birla Cellulose. The session was inaugurated by Chimanbhau Dange, Managing Director Deendayal Spinning Mills along with Gorakhnath Sawant, President, ISLOA and Anil Goyal, President -ISFMA. More than 200 representatives from the textile value chain fraternity have attended this customer meet where...

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adidas Originals ‘Fashion Destination Door’ store debuts in India

The pioneering sportswear brand for the streets, adidas Originals has opened its first ever ‘Fashion Destination Door’ format store in Mumbai, India. Located in the heart of one of the city’s most coveted shopping areas on Linking Road, the Fashion Destination Door concept captures the energy of the streets turning it into a cultural epicenter. The inspiration is found in the different iconic neighborhoods of various cities, creating a global connection to a unique network of influence and cultural creativity. Spanning over 1550 sqr. feet, this revamped new format store will house the latest, iconic and most innovative product...

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Cambodia garment makers urge international buyers to continue support

Cambodian garment and textile exports which generate $6 bn annually and country’s biggest export by far, fuelling years of growth. EU countries accounted for around 40 per cent of Cambodia’s exports in 2016 while the United States accounted for a further 20 per cent. China took little over 6 per cent. As Cambodia’s access to vital European Union (EU) trade preferences could be under threat after the main opposition party was dissolved last month. Cambodian garment makers recently urged international buyers not to turn away from the country. Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC), appealed to all of their...

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Sri Lankan apparel sector sets lower export target

The Sri Lanka Apparel Exporters’ Association (SLAEA) had set a target of achieving $8.5 bn exports by 2020 but due to the delays in regaining the duty free access via GSP Plus to the European Union (EU) and the economic and political uncertainties in key Sri Lankan export markets, the apparel industry has set its sights lower for the medium term with a $8 bn annual export target to be reached by 2022. The EU absorbed over 40 per cent of Sri Lankan garment and textile exports and the loss of the GSP Plus facility had stricken a hard...

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Interfiliere Shanghai

A Dynemic Edition Driven by innovation and inspiration! Ttook place on Oct 10-11, 2017 succeeded in presenting a global body fashion rendezvous under a vibrant business atmosphere. With the body fashion industry being progressively reviving, though under a complex economic environment, the industry players have identified the urgent need of change and reform in order to meet with the emerging market demands. Interfiliere Shanghai has once again committed to serve the industry as a catalyst facilitating business communication between suppliers and buyer, and act as an innovation hub introducing advanced technology and creativity. The show once again maintained edits...

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