Fasern/Garne

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Sugar molecules make cotton fibres glow © Filipe Natalio

 
12/10/2017 – Bremer Baumwollbörse

Bremer Baumwollbörse

Sugar molecules make cotton fibres glow

Filipe Natalio, a chemist at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel and a team of seven further researchers from science institutes in Germany and ... By  Iris Schlomski
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“Being honored as one of the 50 most innovative companies in the world makes us very proud“, said Amsilk CEO Jens Klein © AMSilk

 
Amsilk GmbH, the world's first industrial supplier of synthetic silk biopolymers, has been chosen as one of the 50 most innovative companies in the world. By  Iris Schlomski
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Cotton field © Bremer Baumwollbörse e.V.

 
09/10/2017 – Cotton

Cotton

Cotton Feeds the World

Cotton is not only a fibre for the textile industry. Its sphere of influence goes much further: it is an essential economic factor for many farmers and ... By  Iris Schlomski
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Sensil is Nilit Fibres’ new premium brand. Sensil Breeze, Sensil Heat, Aquarius and Innergy are some of the brand’s innovative fiber specialties © Parah

 
12/09/2017 – Nilit Fibres Ltd.

Nilit Fibres Ltd.

Nylon 6.6 with unique sports and textile functions

Whether sports, fashion and functional fabrics – man-made fibers are at the core of all of today’s sport garments, lingerie, hosiery, leisure and work ... By  Iris Schlomski
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Breakdown of organic fiber production by country 2014/15 © Bremer Baumwollbörse

 
12/09/2017 – Cotton

Cotton

GOTS Organic Cotton from India under fire

According to available information, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have been found in samples of cotton yarns from India certified according to ... By  Editorial staff
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12/09/2017 – Cotton made in Africa

Cotton made in Africa

(CMIA) Cotton on the increase

According to its 2016 annual report use CmiA cotton. By  Editorial staff
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Development Global Cotton Imports © USDA Agricultural Projections to 2026

 
08/09/2017 – Cotton

Cotton

World Cotton Trade until 2026/27

3.8 Percent annual growth rate. By  Editorial staff