Industry Talk

Delta Galil reports growth in revenues for Q2 2014

30th July 2014 0 comment
According to the CEO, the company’s success is a result of the manufacturer’s strategies focused on diversifying its portfolio and investing in innovation.

SPINEXPO New York Exhibits a New-Found Sense of Confidence

28th July 2014 0 comment
The mood at the fair was one of new-found confidence, with exhibitors who are at the top of the game in their sectors, Debra Cobb reports.

Spring/Summer 2016 trends at Mare di Moda

25th July 2014 0 comment
Divided into six themes, the new colours for swimwear and bodywear celebrate bright tones, Africa-inspired frenzy, clashing designs, and sculptural, romantic looks.

Unifi reports highest net income in ten years

25th July 2014 0 comment
A strong balance sheet and cash generation will allow Unifi to fund high payback projects that drive revenue growth, says Bill Jasper, Chairman and CEO.

Success at SOURCE Summit 2014

25th July 2014 0 comment
From setting strategy to marketing sustainability, attendees have gained expert advice at the summit this year.

Karl Mayer’s cost effective HKS 2-M premieres in Shanghai

24th July 2014 2 comments
This all-round machine is said to provide a perfect cost:benefit ratio, according to the manufacturer, who expects a great market response.

Summit to explore business benefits of sustainability strategy

24th July 2014 0 comment
Leading textile machinery companies have confirmed their sponsorship of the event that sets out to deliver an inspirational, forward-looking agenda.

Latest knitting and hosiery machines at ZhejiangTex 2014 (Yiwu)

23rd July 2014 0 comment
The show has received overwhelming responses from exhibitors and more booths have been reserved this year.

Flat knitted technical textiles showcase for Stoll

22nd July 2014 0 comment
Stoll´s 'Technical Textiles' paves the way for more sustainability with its development and research assignments.

Italians to develop cashmere processing in Mongolia

18th July 2014 0 comment
Within five years, the quantity of Mongolia’s unprocessed raw material shipped out overseas is essentially expected to disappear, ACIMIT reports.