Industrially produced pineapple fibre is a new, sustainable material for the global fashion industry. © CSI

03/08/2021 – Sustainable feedstock from Bangladesh

Sustainable feedstock from Bangladesh

Industrial pineapple fibre production

Pineapple fibers are a by-product of pineapple farming and have so far ended up in waste. Yet they have enormous potential for use in sustainable fashion. By  Sibylle Michel

With the new Verglas Infinity shell outdoor clothing from Helly Hansen, hikers are well equipped for a long trip in the mountains. © Helly Hansen

02/07/2021 – Sustainable waterproof technology

Sustainable waterproof technology

Helly Hansen releases Lifa Infinity

Helly Hansen launches new Lifa technology: Lifa Infinity – with recycled outer fabric and a PFC-free coating for outdoor clothing. By  Sibylle Michel

“We believe that we will be able to attract even more experts from the cellulose fibre sector for the second event.” Michael Carus, CEO Nova-Institute. © Nova-Institut

22/01/2021 – Cellulose fibres are virtually miracle materials

Cellulose fibres are virtually miracle materials

2nd International Conference on Cellulose Fibres, 2–3 February (online event)

Extensive networking and participation opportunities at the online event. Cellulose fibres offer almost endless possibilities and high market growth! By  Editorial staff

The certificate covers both the welfare of animals, the protection of nature and the working conditions of farmers and farm workers. ©

29/05/2020 – Aid by Trade Foundation (AbTF)

Aid by Trade Foundation (AbTF)

First standard for sustainable cashmere

Aid by Trade Foundation launches first standard for sustainable cashmere. Its first focus will be Inner Mongolia. By  Editorial staff

Mosaic – Award Winners: As a result of this unique approach to worldwide technology implementation, the members of the collaboration were awarded the “JEC Composites Magazine Special Prize” on 13 May online for the first time due to recent global health crises, recognising the true potential for AM within the glass fibre industries. © JEC Group

15/05/2020 – Wicket 9: Glasfibres: additive manufacturing of bushings

Wicket 9: Glasfibres: additive manufacturing of bushings

Cooksongold (AM) announces revolution in glass fiber industry

Cooksongold and Sempsa JP are working to innovate glass fibre production by 3D printing the tip plates of bushings made from precious metal. By  Editorial staff

© TWD Fibres GmbH

11/04/2019 – Techtextil: TWD Fibres

Techtextil: TWD Fibres

To avoiding microplastics!

TWD Fibres' policy is to minimize microplastics in the production of filament yarns in an effort to protect our environment. By  Editorial staff

Lycra T 400 made in part from a combination of recycled and renewable materials © Invista

27/03/2018 – Invista


Lycra T400 fibre with EcoMade Technology

A new fibre made in part from a combination of recycled and renewable materials. More than 65% of the content comes from sustainable sources. By  Editorial staff