Hosiery & Seamless
The leading computerised flat knitting machine manufacturer Shima Seiki, of Wakayama, Japan, will exhibit at the Preview in Daegu exhibition that will take place from 5-7 March in Daegu, Korea.
On display will be the latest version of its SDS-ONE APEX3 3D design system demonstrating comprehensive support of the entire process of apparel production from planning and production to sales promotion, as well as its capability for Virtual Sampling that is said to offer great savings in the sample making process.
Groz-Beckert, the leading provider of industrial machine needles, will be exhibiting its selected knitting and felting needles at the Vietnam Saigon Fabric and Garment Accessories Expo Saigontex that will be held in Ho Chi Minh City from 10-13 April 2014.
The company acknowledges the challenges that the today’s dynamic market is creating, such as increased competition, the growing need for sustainable productivity and efficiency. It introduces SEWING5 is the new service concept, which stands for the five S (Supply, Solutions, Service, Superiority and Sustainability), which collectively stand for Groz-Beckert's consistent customer focus and its service expertise.
In its product portfolio Groz-Beckert features the innovative needle geometry LoopControl of chain stitch and lockstitch needles, the needles with distinctive roundings, as well as needles for fine materials or for material that is extremely difficult to sew. The special application needles SAN 10 and SAN 10 XS guarantee higher quality through best possible protection of the sewn material and contribute to the increased productivity, the company reports.
Greensboro-based sock and hosiery manufacturer Kayser-Roth has begun an expansion of its facility in Asheboro as part of a two-pronged project announced last year that is expected to add a total of 100 new jobs in the Triad, reports The Business Journal.
The project represents a $28 million investment across Kayser-Roth's operations in both Asheboro and Burlington to support production of the company's signature No nonsense legwear brand.
Delta Galil Industries, the global manufacturer and marketer of branded and private label apparel products for men, women and children, yesterday reported record financial results for the fourth quarter and year ended December 31, 2013.
The Yiwu Knitting 2013 and Yiwu Sewing 2013 international exhibitions attracted 206 exhibitors from 11 countries, welcoming 9,522 visitors from both home and abroad at Yiwu International Expo Center, Zhejiang, China, last year.
The exhibitions promoted innovation and created a professional exchange platform for exhibitors and buyers to assist enterprises with technical innovation, as a response to the challenges faced by the Chinese textile industry, due to fluctuations in raw material prices and rising labour costs.
Italian knitted fabrics producer Eurojersey is launching the Tube Dress, the main characteristics of which are the company’s Sensitive Sculpt fabric performance, at the Première Vision trade fair that takes place in Paris from 18-20 February.
Gildan Activewear has announced record adjusted net earnings of US $0.35 per share for the first quarter of a fiscal year, which is seasonally the lowest sales quarter for T-shirts in the fiscal year.
The company also reconfirmed its prior guidance for the full 2014 fiscal year for EPS, sales revenues, capital expenditures and free cash flows.
The US Outdoor Retailer show, which just completed its four-day Winter Market on January 25, showcases the best in winter apparel and cold weather gear. The outdoor industry creates $646 billion in annual consumer spending in the US, not to mention 6.1 million jobs; innovative fibres and knitwear for base layers, hosiery, and performance apparel and accessories comprise a key segment of the business.
The industry is facing changing demographics with the rise of the millennial generation, who are more urban, more diverse, and much less likely to have grown up with a connection with the outdoors. In addition, the programs which support America’s public lands and national parks system are being adversely affected by government cutbacks.
Hosting the two events along side each other shows the complete story of the relationship between the textiles and lingerie and swimwear sectors.
The spotlight this session was on embroidery at this edition of Interfiliere Paris. With Bischoff winning the “Lingerie Designer of the Year” by Interfiliere de Paris (January 25 – 27th), and new technologies driving a new wave of embroidery design and the incoming trends in lingerie and ready to wear design it seems as if this industry will be coming out from the shadow of lace. The line between textiles and garment manufacture is closing.
Textile companies will be working in closer partnership with designers in imitate apparel.
Leading computerised knitting machine manufacturer Shima Seiki of Wakayama, Japan, will be exhibiting at the 11th Dhaka International Textile & Garment Machinery Exhibition (DTG 2014) in Dhaka, Bangladesh that will take place from 12-15 February 2014, in cooperation with its partner Pacific Associates.
Operating within the Bangladeshi market since 1996, this will be the seventh time the Japanese manufacturer will participate in the exhibition.