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Home textiles business update, February 2017
published in Issue 184, February 2017
This report provides information, analysis and valuable insight into developments relating to the global home textiles industry and market in the following categories: acquisitions, divestments and mergers; closures; corporate social responsibility (CSR); corporate strategy; distribution facilities; events; investments in capacity expansions and new facilities; and joint ventures, cooperation, licensing and distribution. Companies, other organisations, individuals, brands and events examined in this report include: the Australian government, Baring Private Equity Asia (Baring Asia), Bed Bath & Beyond, the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI), Cath Kidston, Cotton Australia, DDK, Dow Microbial Control, FB Living, Fogni, Habitat, Heimtextil, Huntsman Textile Effects, Invista, Jeffrey Home, Jihua Group, John Lewis, La Meccanica, La-Z-Boy, Lenzing, Macy's, Mimaki Europe, Novozymes, Perry Ellis International, PersonalizationMall.com (PMall.com), Polygiene, Revman International, Sainsbury's, Salons Franšais et Internationaux (SAFI), Sequential Brands Group, SPGPrints, Tanatex Chemicals, Tempur Sealy, Welspun India, West Elm and Zhejiang Transfar (Transfar Chemicals).
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