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A view into the production of Volt © Volt

14/11/2018 – USA


Volt Smart Yarns

Volt Smart Yarns is an innovation, developed by Hickory, N.C.-based stretch yarn specialist Supreme Corporation. By  Editorial staff

Stretch it! Running outfit with saba Flex © Amann Group

14/11/2018 – Amann Group

Amann Group

A fascinating workpiece!

Threads and yarns are technology products and are thus, an important part in many future fields. A view into the showroom by Amann. By  Iris Schlomski

What began more than 160 years ago with threads for the clothing industry today accounts for only part of the company’s business. The dress features the conjunction of classic embroidery and conductivity in the fashion sector © Amann Group

13/11/2018 – Amann Group

Amann Group

Reinventing the thread

?Threads as textile sensors or conductors for data and power: ‘smart yarns’, intelligent threads and yarns from Amann go far beyond ordinary textiles. ... By  Iris Schlomski

With Naia, Eastman demonstrates how sustainability can be an integral part of clothes that not only feel good but look good too. © eastman

08/11/2018 – Eastman


More sustainability in womenswear with Naia

Eastman’s Naia Cellulosic Yarn launched into Womenswear at Première Vision By  Iris Schlomski

Growing global consumption drives trade © Bremer Baumwollbörse

19/10/2018 – Projections to 2027

Projections to 2027

Projections to 2027

World economic growth is projected to increase over the next decade. By  Iris Schlomski

Cotton Production Recovers © Bremer Baumwollbörse

15/10/2018 – Cotton acreage

Cotton acreage

Mexico: Cotton Production Recovers

The current report of the Foreign Agricultural Service of the USA for Mexico states that cotton generates 0.93 percent of the agricultural Gross Domestic ... By  Iris Schlomski

Making the origin of clothing more transparent to the consumer © Bremer Baumwollbörse

11/10/2018 – Traceability


Following cotton through the supply chain

Under the label “traceability” different methods and systems for tracking and tracing information from the field to the stores are discussed. By  Iris Schlomski