By 2023, Statista predicts a growth in e-users of almost 9 percent to a total of 90.8 percent. © ednorog13/

22/11/2019 – What companies should keep in mind

What companies should keep in mind

Entering the US market

Companies wishing to enter the US e-commerce business should not only be familiar with the local market and their target group. By  Iris Schlomski

Founded in 1989, the Prismatek family business is successful in the American market: Schmitz Textiles benefits from it. © ednorog13/

02/10/2019 – Textile Manufacturer invests in Prismatek

Textile Manufacturer invests in Prismatek

Schmitz Textiles expands into the US

Schmitz Textiles acquired a stake in the US based fabric company Prismatek International LLC, fostering their North American market expansion. By  Iris Schlomski

Born out of the remnants of the Canadian yarn division of Dominion Textile, FilSpec has gradually grown to be a significant North American supplier of high-tech yarns. © McCurry

16/04/2019 – USA: Filspec

USA: Filspec

A US-Canadian friendship

A Canada-based yarn spinner is looking to expand globally as it upgrades its two plants in North America. By  Iris Schlomski

Wendy Tan, Managing Director of Nature World Manufacturing Sdn Bhd © Manik Mehta

27/03/2019 – Trade war

Trade war

When two quarrel...

The trade war between the USA and China has already left its mark very clearly on the textile trade. By  Manik Mehta, New York

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

Bill Mitchell: "Billiam Jeans began in 2009 with a sewing machine from Goodwill, hours of Youtube tutorials, and my basement in Greenville, South Carolina". © Levi Monday Photography

13/11/2018 – USA


Billiam Jeans

On any given weekday, denim loyalists trickle into a small store in a nondescript strip shopping center in Greenville, S.C. By  Editorial staff