Hosiery & Seamless
The show has received overwhelming responses from exhibitors and more booths have been reserved this year.
With more than 15 months to go before the exhibition opens, many companies already plan to launch their products in Milan.
A 13.8% growth in wholesale turnover is driven by the successful launch of PrimaDonna Swim and the strong growth in lingerie, the company reports.
LGL Electronics will be heading to Brazil in August where it will show its range of advanced electronic yarn feeders at Febratex which is being held in Blumenau-SC from 12-15 August 2014.
A wide range of high-quality fabrics will be on display at the Intertextile Pavilion in Shenzhen that will welcome nearly 700 exhibitors next week.
FIMAST, the leading European exhibition for hosiery machinery is reporting a 20% increase in exhibitor registrations for this year's show which takes place in Brescia from 17-20 September.
Around 100,000 visitors from 102 countries came to Shanghai to attend what appears to be the largest combined show for textile and textile machinery.
Italian seamlesswear knitting machine builder Santoni is taking part in the MODA FUTURIBILE project which is being showcased at next month’s Pitti Filati in Florence.
Gildan Activewear, a leading supplier of branded basic family apparel, is to enter the ladies intimates category, as the company has just signed an agreement to acquire a Canadian hosiery manufacturer Doris for more than $100 million. According to industry experts, the company wants to boost its growth and maintain its market competitiveness.
The competitiveness of the Chinese clothing industry is set to weaken over the next few years as costs rise. As a result, export growth could falter, according to according to a new report from the global business information company Textiles Intelligence – Prospects for the textile and clothing industry in China.