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Textiles and apparel sustainability update, September 2020
published in Issue 205, September 2020
Environmental sustainability is of growing importance within the global fibre, textile and apparel industry, and pressures to improve their sustainability credentials have prompted several companies to develop innovative new products and adapt their business strategies. This report provides information on the latest product developments and business developments in relation to environmental sustainability with a particular focus on: business news; carpet; contract fabrics; cotton; denim; dyeing processes; fabrics; fashion collections; fibres; insulation materials; protective accessories; standards; and workwear. Furthermore, the report includes information and insight relating to the following innovative brands, companies and other organisations: Ananas Anam, Aquafil, the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI), Bioworks, Burberry, Candiani Denim (Candiani), DSM Niaga, Dyntex, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, the Fairtrade Foundation, Field to Market: The Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture (Field to Market), Freudenberg Performance Materials, Hyosung, Inter IKEA Group, Kemira, Kings of Indigo, Kering, Lenzing Group (Lenzing), Levi Strauss & Co, Manchester Manufacturing Group, Mexar, North West Textiles Network (NW Texnet), Pratibha Syntex, Promethean Particles, Sateri, Spinnova, Sunbrella, TBM, Teijin Frontier, Textile Exchange, The Welding Institute (TWI), Toray Industries (Toray), Touchpoint, the US Cotton Trust Protocol, Vaude and Worn Again Technologies.
Six times a year, Textile Outlook International provides up to 200 pages of intelligence, expert analysis and insight on the global textile and clothing industry.
What's in it? Each issue provides an authoritative source of information on key industry topics, including: circularity; cotton; environmental sustainability; fibre prices; innovation; production and consumption forecasts; imports and exports; industry giants and emerging brands; international trade fairs; key geographical markets; recommerce; retail; supply chains; textile and clothing trade; textile machinery; trade and production trends; world markets; and yarn and fabric manufacturing.
A single issue of Textile Outlook International includes:
an editorial think-piece on a topical issue from an industry expert a report on textile and apparel trade and production trends a round-up of the latest international trade fairs a feature on textile and clothing imports and exports or fibre prices, production and consumption a report on a key geographical marketinsight and analysis of a key market leader or fast-growing start-up
An annual subscription to Textile Outlook International is a cost-effective way to keep informed about trends and developments in the global textile and clothing industry. Subscriptions are available in printed and/or digital formats. Printed and digital subscribers receive each issue in printed format in addition to a digital PDF file, which is available immediately on publication.
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