Corporate News
Company Search
Page No. 1 of 477    
19-Sep-2018   COS to expand in China with flagship store on Tmall      
H&M brand COS is strengthening its presence in China with the opening of a flagship store on Tmall next month. It is expected to be the brand’s only online shopping channel in China, apart from its official site. The offerings will include a wide selection of COS’s womenswear, menswear and childrenswear lines, the London-based brand said in a statement.     Read More  

19-Sep-2018   Amazon to increase storage capacity in Karnataka      
Ahead of the festivals, Amazon India is set to increase its storage capacity in Karnataka with the launch of its largest fulfilment centre in the state. Karnataka will now have a storage capacity of around 3.5 million cubic feet. In view of the rising demand, Amazon is embracing innovative ideas and efficient technologies in all its fulfilment centres.     Read More  

19-Sep-2018   Punitive PRC tariffs on US goods has extra 5% on textiles      
Responding to Washington’s latest duty increase in a dispute with Beijing, China on Tuesday announced retaliatory tariffs against $60 billion worth US goods. The tariffs include an additional 5 per cent duty on about 1,600 kinds of US products like computers and textiles and an extra 10 per cent on more than 3,500 items, including chemicals, wheat and meat.     Read More  

19-Sep-2018   HanesBrands to host second annual National Legwear Day      
Hanes Hosiery, a leading seller of women’s sheer hosiery in the US and part of HanesBrands, a global manufacturer of legwear, is set to host the second annual National Legwear Day on September 22, 2018. The National Legwear Day encourages everyone to express their individual styles with sheers, tights, leggings, anklets, and men’s, women’s, and kids’ socks.     Read More  

19-Sep-2018   Unifi appoints Jorge Salazar as GM, Unifi Central America      
Unifi, a leader of innovative and sustainable textile fibre solutions, has announced that the company has appointed Jorge Salazar as the general manager of Unifi Central America, (UCA). Unifi is a global textile solutions provider and one of the world’s leading innovators in manufacturing synthetic and recycled performance fibres, headquartered in the US.     Read More  

19-Sep-2018   Kraig speeds up recombinant spider silk fibres production      
Kraig Biocraft Laboratories, the leading developer of spider silk based fibres, has announced that it has implemented two major advancements in the development of next generation recombinant spider silk fibres. These advancements are the result of new equipment and recently employed protocols, at the company’s R&D headquarters, based in Michigan.     Read More  

19-Sep-2018   STOLL successful in Madagascar & Kenyan markets      
STOLL, the leading manufacturer of flat knitting machines, has been working with the African market for over 40 years. The company has been successful in the Madagascar and Kenyan markets. Madagascar is dominated by the flat knitting industry. Kenya is the largest exporter of garments in the sub-Saharan area followed by Lesotho, Mauritius, and Ethiopia.     Read More  

19-Sep-2018   Burberry leads Dow Jones Sustainability Index 2018      
Burberry is the leading luxury brand in the 2018 Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) and has been included for the fourth consecutive year in the ''Textiles, Apparel & Luxury Goods'' sector. Burberry’s score reflects its commitment to drive positive change, as well as its early progress towards its responsibility goals to 2022, which were launched in 2017.     Read More  

19-Sep-2018   ''Reliability & excellent quality are Tecnorama''s USP''      
The complete reliability and excellent quality of Tecnorama systems that are internationally recognised by the best companies in the sector, are its USPs as per a top official of the company. Its machines use customised software developed by its R&D centre, and it is precisely the internal skills that allow the company to obtain tailor-made solutions.     Read More  

19-Sep-2018   India''s Arvind eyes ?12,000 cr textile revenue in 5 yrs      
India’s Arvind Ltd, which is now de-merging its brands and engineering businesses into separate entities, is planning to invest ?500 crore every year for the next five years to double revenue from its textile business to ?12,000 crore. Not much capital has been invested in textiles in the last few years, according to executive director Kulin Lalbhai.     Read More  

Page No. 1 of 477

Go To Page: