The Mexican Standard NOM-004-SE-2021, which is set to come into effect from January 15, 2023, will establish all the commercial information required for labelling and is applicable to textile products and items, clothing, accessories and household l...
US’ IND Hemp and Hempitecture have signed a supply chain partnership for natural hemp fibres for Hempitecture’s nonwoven Hempwool insulation to be grown, processed and manufactured in the western United States. IND Hemp is coordinating genetics,...
Preferential import and export tariffs for goods and commodities exported between Vietnam and Peru are applicable from March 10, as committed under the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).
Cotton has touched a 10-year high and its prices are advancing daily, both in the International as well as the Indian markets. Abundant liquidity combined with robust demand for goods has created a Bullish Momentum during 2021.
Costlier cotton and better demand pushed up cotton yarn prices by ₹2-4 per kg in India’s largest city of Mumbai. However, prices remained steady in knitwear hub of Tiruppur, and also in Ahmedabad. Post analysis of the Union Budget 2022-23 announ...
The US Cotton Trust Protocol has been recognised and published in the standard mapping process by the International Trade Centre (ITC), giving brands and retailers around the world greater choice when it comes to sourcing sustainably grown cotton.
The National Cotton Council has announced that its annual meeting will be held from February 11-13, 2022, at the Marriott Marquis in Houston, Texas. Policy development at the 2022 annual meeting is scheduled to begin with the meetings of the six pro...
Adriano Di Marti, the Mexican company that created Desserto, has launched the new Mercedes Vision EQXX in Las Vegas at the ongoing CES 2022 show. The seats of the car are fully upholstered with Dessertex, an automotive material made from cactus.
The exports of textile and apparel from United States were up by 18.62 per cent year-on-year in the first ten months of last year. The value of exports stood at $18.803 billion during January-October 2021 compared to $15.
Due to the uncertain and unpredictable outlook with regards to travel and event restrictions caused by the new COVID-19 variant Omicron, the International Textile Manufacturers Federation (ITMF) board together with the two co-hosts – Swiss Textile...