Cotton field Brazil: Brazil’s 2018/19 production is expected to fall 300,000 bales © Bremer Baumwollbörse

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA’s) first 2018/19 world cotton projections anticipate that consumption will exceed production. By  Iris Schlomski

© Fulgar / Arket

11/06/2018 – Fulgar


Sustainable products go around the world

The Italian company has attracted interest from cutting edge brands in Northern Europe and the USA. By  Iris Schlomski

f.l.t.r: Head of the Filament BU Edo Lieven and Trevira CEO Klaus Holz © Trevira GmbH

06/06/2018 – Trevira


Large projects for the Guben site

Trevira GmbH’s owner Indorama Ventures has approved various large projects at the Guben site, which will be of enormous importance for the entire company. By  Iris Schlomski

© Amann Group

14/05/2018 – Amann Group

Amann Group

Amann Group at the Texprocess Americas 2018

Since 1854, Amann has been one of the global leaders in the field of high-quality sewing and embroidery threads. By  Iris Schlomski

Prof. Dr. Axel Herrmann, Direktor Faserinstitut Bremen e.V.; Henning Hammer, Präsident Bremer Baumwollbörse; Martin Günther, Senator der Freien Hansestadt Bremen © Bremer Baumwollbörse e.V.

24/04/2018 – 34th International Cotton Conference

34th International Cotton Conference

Deep Insights into the Multifaceted World of Cotton

From the 21st to the 23rd of March, the international cotton industry came together in the historic Bremen Town Hall, under the motto "Cotton Insights". By  Iris Schlomski

Production costs for Cotton in the USA remain high, and unless producers have good yields, current prices may not be enough to cover all production expenses © pixabay

13/04/2018 – Bremer Baumwollbörse

Bremer Baumwollbörse

U.S. producers planning 13.1 million acres of cotton in 2018

This means up 3.7 percent from 2017, according to the National Cotton Council’s 37th Annual Early Season Planting Intentions Survey. By  Iris Schlomski

New testing from Oeko-Tex helps companies throughout the global supply chain easily test their organic cotton products for GMOs (genetically modified organisms) © pixabay

12/04/2018 – Oeko-Tex


GMO Test for Organic Cotton

New testing helps companies throughout the global supply chain easily test their organic cotton products for GMOs (genetically modified organisms) By  Iris Schlomski