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Once again, the International Cotton Conference confirmed how closely Bremen is interwoven with the raw material cotton and its internationally networked supply chain. Ultimately, the organisers of the prestigious conference, the Bremen Cotton Exchange and the Fibre Institute Bremen, were able to bring the cotton world together in Bremen for the 35th time. A meeting of the cotton community on the world wide web. © EKH-Pictures/

23/03/2021 – 35th International Cotton Conference – The Hybrid Edition

35th International Cotton Conference – The Hybrid Edition

Cotton and Bremen are one

Bremen is a synonym for cotton, cotton research and cotton quality. More than 450 participants from 32 countries attended the conference. By  Iris Schlomski

© Devan Chemicals

22/03/2021 – Effective against allergens from pollen

Effective against allergens from pollen

Devan: All-in-one solution Purissimo

Devan’s natural allergen control technology effective against pollen as well. Webinar on March 23! By  Iris Schlomski

Under the premise of the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations – the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) – we will be providing information in the upcoming print issue 2/2021 on, among other things, Goal 6 of the SDGs: “Clean water” thanks to textiles. © teerapol24/

22/03/2021 – SDG – Goal 6: Clean water

SDG – Goal 6: Clean water

World Water Day: March 22, 2021

In our upcoming print issue 2, we will focus on water, which is essential for survival. The UN has summarized the most important aspects in its SDG 6: By  Iris Schlomski

Each morning the keynote speakers will open the programme with exciting statements and lectures. © Irina Sokolovskaya/

17/03/2021 – 35th International Cotton Conference Bremen

35th International Cotton Conference Bremen

Keynotes: Sustainability, transparency and responsibility

Around 400 participants from over 30 countries have registered for the conference, which takes place on 17 and 18 March. By  Sibylle Michel

Ökoprofit certificate: Albaad has been striving to increase its eco-efficiency for a long time. As of 2018, the company was awarded the title of “Ökoprofit company” by the district of Steinfurt, Germany. © Albaad

16/03/2021 – Sustainability


Albaad is certified climate neutral

Albaad is the first wet wipe manufacturer in Germany to be certified as climate-neutral and launches products made from 100 percent recycled material. By  Iris Schlomski

Stylish recycling: The nylon used in Eco RX 6080 high-quality man-made leather from Clarino is produced entirely from recycled materials. With this material, Kuraray helps the fashion industry improve the sustainability profile of its products. © Kuraray

16/03/2021 – Sustainability


Man-made leather with nylon made from 100 percent recycled materials

Kuraray is introducing Eco RX8060 – the world’s first man-made leather containing nylon made entirely from recycled materials. By  Iris Schlomski

Pakistan textile and clothing exports. Latest trade performance is demonstrated in the chart. © The Fiber Year

15/03/2021 – Corona pandemic

Corona pandemic

The Fiber Year: Pakistan

When it comes to pandemic, Pakistan continues to fare better than other parts of the world as the situation remained under control. by Andreas Engelhardt By  Editorial staff