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Horizon Europe – the next EU research and innovation programme (2021-2027) © Julien Eichinger/stock.adobe.com

26/06/2019 – Wear It Festival

Wear It Festival € FOR INNOVATORS

The Wear It Festival is happy to welcome Andreas Lymberis, Head of Sector Wearables & Bioelectronics at European Commission! By  Iris Schlomski

Stoll’s software solution platform, knitelligence © Stoll

25/06/2019 – ITMA: Stoll

ITMA: Stoll

See you in Barcelona!

In order to showcase Stoll’s versatility, there will be several topics at ITMA. By  Iris Schlomski


The Global Print Expo will return to Munich, Germany in 2021, together with the European Sign Expo. The events will run from 18 to 21 May 2021. By  Iris Schlomski

Neonyt is once again dedicated to the future-relevant topic of water and will be putting the focus on progressive approaches to the subject of denim this July. © Messe Frankfurt/ Magdalena Schaffrin

20/06/2019 – Neonyt


Progressive approaches

What could environmentally friendly, water-saving jeans production look like? By  Iris Schlomski

Dr Christof Soest, CTO, Trützschler © Trützschler

19/06/2019 – ITMA 2019

ITMA 2019

Focus Industry 4.0

The future of the textile industry is more and more determined by Industry 4.0. Industry 4.0 has many dimensions and possible fields of application. By  Iris Schlomski

Brückner has invested a lot in the denim sector and has also increased its personnel. The German market leader offers integrated finishing systems for pigment dyeing, synthetic resin finishing and coating. © Brückner screenshot

19/06/2019 – ITMA: Brückner

ITMA: Brückner

70 years of success through innovation

Automation and control are the focus of Brückner’s presentation at ITMA. By  Iris Schlomski

PET bottles are turned into polyethylene fibres whose first textile use is as protective rainwear … after which they are recycled again into T-shirts. © Carl Weiske

19/06/2019 – Sustainability


“We need to get into chemistry”

How would it be if a PET bottle that had been recycled into fibres were then to re-emerge successively as different types of clothing? By  Hans-Werner Oertel