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Syndicated Analytics’ latest report titled “Textile Manufacturing Plant Project Report: Industry Trends, Manufacturing Process, Plant Layout, Machinery, Raw Materials, Investment Opportunities, Cost and Revenue 2022- 2027” offers insightful information on industry performance, key success and risk factors, manufacturing requirements, project costs and economics, expected returns on investment, profit margins, etc. for the establishment of a textile manufacturing plant. Based on desk research and multiple waves of primary qualitative research, this study is essential reading for anyone considering venturing into the textile industry in any way, including entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, consultants and business strategists.

Textile refers to a type of fabric or fabric made from fine yarns, fibers, filaments, etc., derived from natural or man-made sources or a combination of both. It is usually prepared by interlacing yarns through weaving, knitting and felting in specific patterns and processing them to form a length of fabric. Some of the natural textiles include hemp, denim, leather, velvet, flannel, linen, wool, cotton, silk, jute, etc. while the man-made materials include polar fleece, rayon , spandex, polyester, nylon, acetate, acrylic, etc. Some textiles have many favorable properties, including high resistance to alkalis, acids, temperature changes, humidity, etc. Therefore, they are widely used for fabrication, insulation and cushioning materials, coated fabrics, carpets, air filters, etc.

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The expansion of the garment industry is mainly driving the textile market across the world. In addition to this, the increasing adoption of nylon as a cost-effective substitute for natural silk for the production of parachutes, durable body armor, garments, etc., acts as another important growth factor. Additionally, the growing need for wool as an effective insulation material for winter garments, quilts, carpets, upholstery, etc., is further catalyzing the growth of the market. Apart from this, the increasing use of Polyethylene (PE), Aramid, Polypropylene (PP), Polyamide, etc., to cover heavy machinery to reduce noise and protect equipment from vibration also positively influences the global market. Additionally, the development of optical fibers and conductive polymers responsive to physical, thermal, mechanical, electrical, and chemical stimuli is expected to drive the textile market over the forecast period.

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Market Overview (Market Performance, Segments, Regional Outlook, Covid-19 Impact & Outlook)

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Reformation’s new cashmere collection features 90% recycled materials Thu, 22 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 A step in the right direction.

As a brand, Reformation has always put sustainability first. After all, they’re the label behind the now infamous slogan, “being naked is the #1 most sustainable option. We’re #2.” In addition to tracking the environmental impact of its garments and offering its customers a transparent overview of its supply chain, Reformation is now tackling sustainability in the cashmere sector.

According to the brand, the global demand for cashmere has led to the overgrazing of goats in Mongolia, which has unfortunately turned what was once grasslands into arid deserts. That’s why Reformation decided to combat this problem by using recycled cashmere instead.

The brand’s new 90/10 collection is made from 90% recycled cashmere and 10% virgin cashmere, hence the name apt 90/10.

Using this 90/10 blend of recycled and virgin cashmere means Reformation can create its collection using 80% less water and 87% less carbon than conventional cashmere collections. Pretty impressive to say the least.

Of course, the brand is aware that it’s not perfect and there’s still a long way to go, however, it’s a big step forward in Reformation’s goal of striving to become a climate-friendly company. positive by 2025.

Given that the collection is made up of sweaters, cardigans and knit dresses, this launch couldn’t have been better timed. As the perfect addition to your fall wardrobe, the range offers timeless silhouettes like crew neck sweaters and polo shirts, interspersed with modern must-haves like cut-out knit dresses and off-the-shoulder tops. There’s even a cashmere skirt for good measure.

If you’re looking to channel your inner Katie Holmes this fall, emulating her viral bradigan moment, Reformation has even that covered. The label released a crop top and cardigan ensemble that closely resembles Katie’s original 2019 look.

Thanks to Reformation, you will definitely be ready for the upcoming comfortable season.

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Reduce. Reuse. Regenerate – Recycled materials take center stage in the PUMA RE:COLLECTION Fri, 16 Sep 2022 14:20:58 +0000

HERZOGENAURACH, Germany – September 15, 2022 – Sports company PUMA shows how recycled materials can create a unique look with RE:COLLECTION, a range of products for Sportstyle, Running & Training and Motorsport that are made with recycled cotton and polyester .

Depending on the style, RE:COLLECTION pieces contain between 20% and 100% recycled materials, creating a look of perfect imperfection in neutral colors. Cutting waste is used to reinforce the upper of RE:COLLECTION lifestyle shoes.

For the fall/winter season, RE:COLLECTION includes performance products for running and training such as the PWRFrame TR, a high performance training shoe designed for forefoot support and featuring at minus 30% recycled material in the upper. Among other RE:COLLECTION training products, the tights are made with at least 70% recycled materials but retain the performance features such as the moisture-wicking properties of PUMA’s dryCELL technology.

As part of its Forever Better sustainability strategy, PUMA has set ambitious goals for using materials from more sustainable sources and increasing the amount of recycled content in its products. By 2025, 75% of the polyester used in PUMA apparel and accessories will come from recycled sources.

RE:COLLECTION products will be available during the Fall/Winter 2022 season in PUMA stores and on

Posted: September 16, 2022

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Banks refrain from opening LC for importing RMG commodities Mon, 12 Sep 2022 11:14:37 +0000

Most commercial banks avoid opening letters of credit (LC) under EDF, UPAS and deferred payment systems for the scarcity of the dollar, which, according to the spinners, could lead to the suspension of the production of basic raw materials for clothing.

The Bangladesh Textile Mills Association (BTMA) revealed on Sunday such a situation with the national spinning mills – a vital upstream link to the country’s main export industry, ready-made garments.

The association of textile spinners said that local spinners could continue their production activities for the next three months only with the existing raw materials they have in stock.

BTMA in a letter, signed by its chairman Mohammad Ali Khokon, to Bangladesh Bank on the day said it could not import needed raw materials like cotton, polyester staple fiber (PSF) and staple fiber of viscose (VSF) to nourish ready-to-wear. garment exporters (RMG) although they (textile millers) have already received orders.

Falling commodity inventories amid commercial banks’ reluctance to open LCs could severely hamper textile and garment production and exports, Khokon said in the letter.

Textile factories must have raw material stocks for at least 4-5 months for uninterrupted production and export activities, he said, explaining that it also takes three to four months to obtain raw materials. first imports.

Thus, factories have to import raw materials like cotton, PSF and VSF on a regular basis, the BTMA leader told Bangladesh Bank, adding, “According to the information we have, the factories may continue to produce for the next three months with their existing raw materials. stock of materials.”

The association feared that the operations of many spinning mills would come to a screeching halt if commercial banks did not open LC for imports of raw materials, which would lead to unavailability of yarn.

Production in the textile mill value chain – weaving, knitting, dyeing, printing and finishing – would be affected if there is no yarn supply from the mills, the letter says.

The disruption of production would not only aggravate the current dollar crisis, but would also affect export earnings, warns the association and also fears unemployment for many workers.

BTMA has requested the central bank to take necessary action and instruct commercial banks accordingly regarding the opening of LC under Export Development Fund (EDF), UPAS (Usance Payable at Sight) and Deferred Schemes .

Under the UPAS letter of credit, the exporter will receive payment at sight if the documents comply with the credit. The importer will have to pay interest, stamping fee and other fees according to LC terms for using this letter of credit, according to the exporters.

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]]> DuPont Mobility and Materials: “Transforming Industries, Improving Lives” at K 2022 Mon, 29 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000

GENEVA, Switzerland — August 29, 2022 — At the triennial K fair taking place October 19-26 in Düsseldorf, Germany, the common future of the world will undoubtedly be at the forefront of nearly every discussion. It doesn’t matter whether the topic is automotive electrification or e-mobility, climate change or sustainability. Our planet needs solutions now.

To help OEMs and their suppliers meet the challenge, DuPont’s Mobility and Materials (M&M) group will bring several innovative and rigorously tested solutions to K 2022. In its 300 m2 exhibition stand (Hall 6 / C43), the visitors can see not only new and sustainable materials, but also related systems and application developments pioneered by the team and its vast expertise in polymer science.

At K, the M&M team will showcase new developments in more sustainable solutions, automotive electrification and electric mobility, robotics, consumer electronics, sporting goods, footwear and more.

Uncompromising durability

Additionally, visitors will be invited to meet the sustainable future of the plastics industry in Future Lab, a section of the stand where designers and engineers can find inspiration and eco-friendly solutions that are new or which have not yet been introduced to the market. . These material possibilities include Hytrel® ECO B thermoplastic elastomer, made from biomass; Rynite® PET made from post-consumer recycling; low density Zytel® polyamide and foaming grades of Hytrel® for weight reduction; and finally, an overview of ongoing developments that will go far beyond these current solutions.

A recent innovation, Hytrel® ECO B, Hytrel® A new commercial application will be exhibited on the stand.

In addition, M&M will offer several low-GWP materials and solutions, including eCool technology for sustainable electric vehicle battery cooling lines and Zytel® RS resins that contain between 20% and 100% renewable materials (in weight) derived from castor beans.

Automotive electrification

As a leading partner to OEMs and their suppliers in the development of sophisticated electric vehicle systems, the company will offer customers multiple hardware and service solutions to current and future challenges. Here are some examples :

  • The 3-in-1 solution for electric vehicle batteries: a patent-pending concept for increasing energy density that combines three elements into a single modular unit to reduce range anxiety, increase storage space passengers, improve cooling and integrate components.
  • DuPont™ Chemical Bonding (DuPont™ CB): This new patented technology simplifies manufacturing via direct polyamide-aluminum bonding, a common challenge for automotive and industrial components, and produces higher bond strength.


Translating their accomplishments and expertise in the transportation industry into electric mobility applications is second nature to the M&M team. At K 2022, they will showcase their success in solving customer challenges as well as the breadth of their material portfolio.

  • E-Bikes: DuPont provides a tailwind to this innovative and rapidly changing market with a future-oriented and sustainable polymer portfolio, combined with design and processing expertise.
  • Wireless Charging Systems for Electric Vehicles: Visitors will see this system and learn how the tier supplier that produced it used multiple Zytel® solutions to meet a wide range of requirements: high gloss, NHFR and low warpage, up to the ability to withstand a load of 1000 kg at maximum speed. at 100C.

Sporting goods and consumer electronics

From shoes for runners and fins for divers to components that make consumer electronics work, the M&M booth will showcase many successful commercial applications in the consumer space. A few include:

  • Home appliances: robot vacuums and espresso machines made possible by Zytel®, Hytrel®, Crastin® and innovative design
  • Running Shoes: From Hytrel® filament uppers to Hytrel® foaming insoles, midsole and outsoles, visitors will see many commercial examples.
  • Swim Fins: A customer recently launched patented foldable swim fins to consumers, using an upgrade to Hytrel® ECO B.

Industrial & Electrical

This sector encompasses innovative and demanding markets that DuPont has served well for decades. On the M&M stand, visitors will be able to discover fast-growing applications and solutions in:

  • Robotics: From industrial automation and collaborative applications to AMR and AGV technology, a forward-looking polymer portfolio combined with design and processing expertise supports limitless innovation in this market segment. An exposed client application will confirm this.
  • Dip Weld Resistant Thermoset Replacement: Perhaps the only thermoplastic solution able to meet the demands of the high temperature dip weld process, this Zytel® grade is capable of replacing phenolic parts and is bio-based, recyclable and NHFR at V0.

Posted: August 29, 2022

Source: DuPont Mobility and Materials

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