Fashion

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We want colors! Bright pink that exudes confidence, strength and optimism. Gunold Sulky viscose, design by GS UK © Reiner Knochel

 
15/02/2021 – Trends Spring/Summer 2022

Trends Spring/Summer 2022

Gunold: Creative and innovative

Traveling is almost impossible right now, but the world keeps spinning. We are waiting to go out again and then we want to look good! by Reiner Knochel By  Editorial staff
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Setlog board member Düster advises companies active in Asian trade to book shipments now for the long term, to examine transport alternatives, to bundle orders and to think more collaboratively in the supply chain. © Setlog

 
15/02/2021 – Sea freight rates forcasted to fall in the long term

Sea freight rates forcasted to fall in the long term

Setlog: Seven expert tips for Asian trade

Chinese New Year slows down deliveries from China. Reduction of supply backlogs may take up to six weeks. By  Iris Schlomski
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The core goal of Zerobarracento is to develop a complete zero-waste production chain; starting from sustainable textile production waste, through the development of textiles, and resulting in a small outerwear collection of zero-waste pieces. © Zerobarracento

 
11/02/2021 – Sustainability: Zero-waste fashion

Sustainability: Zero-waste fashion

Zerobarracento: Change of mind in design and manufacturing

The collection silhouettes by Zerobarracento are directly inspired by the art of Burri, Giacometti, and Brancusi. A zero-waste fashion. By  Iris Schlomski
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Fair Wear: “We urge all member brands and their suppliers in Myanmar to refrain from buying any goods and services from companies that are known to be linked to – or owned by – the military services of Myanmar.” Picture: Handcrafted colorful lotus fabrics made from lotus fibers in Inle Lake, Shan State in Myanmar. © sasint/stock.adobe.com

 
The military coup in Myanmar on January 31, 2021 is deeply concerning. Many Fair Wear members do business there. What now? By  Iris Schlomski
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Kodak is proud to include Pigment.inc B.V Europe as their premier world-wide distributor of the Kodacolor EDTG Series Inks. © Kodak

 
08/02/2021 – Digital Printing

Digital Printing

Kodacolor EDTG Series Direct to Garment (DTG) Inks

Eastman Kodak Company announces partnership with Pigment.inc B.V Europe for the distribution of Kodacolor EDTG Series Direct to Garment (DTG) inks. By  Iris Schlomski
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Daniel Harari, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Lectra: “Today is a historic day for our companies that will bring tremendous opportunities for future growth. We will have investments in innovation and technological capabilities that will be highly beneficial to the industry.” © Lectra

 
08/02/2021 – A historic day: Memorandum of Understanding

A historic day: Memorandum of Understanding

Lectra plans to acquire Gerber Technology

Lectra announces its plan to acquire the entire capital and voting rights of US-based Gerber Technology. By  Iris Schlomski
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“Speed, quality, optimized and integrated processes, combined with excellent service were the decisive reasons for choosing Gerber as a partner over the competition,” said Luis Salgado, CEO and Founder of Stoffus. “The trust factor in a technological partner that guarantees a stable presence and service of quality is essential for an increase in productivity and precision in delivery times.” © Stoffus

 
05/02/2021 – Stoffus increases productivity 100 percent

Stoffus increases productivity 100 percent

Gerber’s end to end digitalized hardware and software solutions

Portuguese manufacturer implemented Gerber’s end-to-end solution to enable made-to-order production, improve quality and realize material savings. By  Iris Schlomski