Technical Textiles


Noble Biomaterials´ Chief Commercial Officer, Joel Furey: “We are proud to provide allied war fighters an operational advantage in combat situations.” © Carrington Textiles

The dynamic nature of warfare requires constant innovation, especially in terms of camouflage and protection for soldiers. In this context, Carrington ... By  Anna Ugrica

Pigment ink formulation based on “Impranil” and Digital White 9900. © Covestro

07/11/2023 – Covestro & Kronos

Covestro & Kronos

Digital inject printing collaboration

To overcome the obstacles associated with technology change, joint efforts are required between partners along the value chain. Covestro is therefore cooperating ... Julia Cramer, Inga Bargende und Robin Giebel

Dilo`s intensive needling process relies on a high needle board count. © Dilo Group

26/10/2023 – Dilo Group

Dilo Group

Innovative needlefelt technologies for more sustainability

The general reputation of needling remained rather low among experts for many years, according to Dilo. Irrespective of this, however, numerous further ... By  Susanne Böhm

You can now see the trends in the newly released CHT Fashion News Spring/Summer 2024. © shutterstock_1199648068

02/10/2023 – CHT


Fashion News: On the pulse of fashion

Every year, the internationally widespread and renowned Pantone color system releases the trend colors for the coming seasons with the Pantone View Colour ... By  Anna Ugrica

Lightweight, strong, sustainable: flax tape made by vombaur. © vombaur

27/09/2023 – vombaur


The eco-friendly game changer

The combination of high strength and rigidity with sustainability and a neutral carbon footprint makes flax the ideal raw material for natural fibre-reinforced ... By  Christine Heywood

S.Oliver Group supports organic cotton through direct supply chain to India. © Organic Cotton Accelerator (OCA)

20/09/2023 – s.Oliver Group

s.Oliver Group

Traceable supply chain up to cultivation

The s.Oliver Group helps nearly 400 farmers in India to grow organic cotton through the Empowering Farmers program. This will be used from the spring/summer ... By  Katja Keienburg

A glove made of a material designed at Rice University that kills coronaviruses with heat without burning users’ skin. © Photo by Gustavo Raskosky/Rice University

19/09/2023 – Rice University

Rice University

You can leave your gloves on

A new material that packs deadly heat for viruses on its outer surface while staying cool on the reverse side could transform the way we make and use ... Silvia Cernea Clark