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Textile Outlook International
Issue 198:
July 2019

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Editorial: Technologies at ITMA 2019 for reducing water consumption in textile and apparel production (12 pages)
World textile and apparel trade and production trends: China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan, July 2019 (39 pages)
Survey of the European fabric fairs for spring/summer 2020 (33 pages)
Profile of Carrington Textiles: a leading provider of flame resistant and performance fabrics (16 pages)
Product developments and innovations in the home textiles market, July 2019 (24 pages)
Trends in EU textile and clothing imports, July 2019 (65 pages)

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Editorial: Technologies at ITMA 2019 for reducing water consumption in textile and apparel production

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A large proportion of consumers believe that cotton is more "environmentally friendly" than synthetic fibres. But the reality is that the cultivation of cotton causes immense damage to the environment as it involves huge amounts of pesticides, artificial fertilisers and water. In order to address the damage which is being caused to the environment by the textile industry, a great deal of work is being done to improve product and process sustainability, and industry leaders presented the outcomes of these efforts at ITMA 2019 which was held in Barcelona, Spain, during June 20-26, 2019. In this report, Robin Anson discusses a number of the innovative products and processes which were presented at ITMA 2019, with particular reference to those aimed at reducing the consumption of chemicals, energy and water, and improving the treatment of wastewater. Companies profiled in this report include: Candiani Denim (Candiani), Huntsman Textile Effects, Idrosistem Energy, Kornit Digital, Lee, Lenzing, Panta Rei Water Solutions (Panta Rei), Tonello and Twine Solutions (Twine).

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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.

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    a round-up of the latest international trade fairs

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