PCIAW protective workwear report

The Protective Workwear Market Assessment Forecast To 2023

The Protective Workwear Market report will help you to make informed decisions, understand opportunities, plan effective business strategies, plan new projects, analyse drivers and restraints and give you a vision on the industry forecast. The Protective Workwear market report focusses on the global and regional market, providing information on major players like manufacturers, suppliers, distributors,…

Textile exports down 1.42pc in FY19

The country’s overall textile sector exports declined 1.42 percent to $13.329 billion in the fiscal year ended June 30, 2019, as high cost of doing business kept the sector under pressure, latest government data showed. ‘With the government withdrawing zero-rated status of the five export-oriented sectors along with hefty amount of refunds yet to be…

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Archroma to introduce new formaldehyde-free* low temperature curing binder for soft vibrant and durable pigment prints

Archroma, a global leader in color and specialty chemicals towards sustainable solutions, has recently launched at the ITMA exhibition its new Helizarin® LTC New liq, a formaldehyde-free* low temperature curing binder for pigment printing on all kinds of fibers. Prints are increasingly popular in apparel and interior textiles, as they allow us to express ourselves…

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Identify The Hidden Opportunities of The Arc Flash Protective Clothing market

The latest business intelligence report on Arc Flash Protective Clothing Market Research: Global Status & Forecast by Geography, Type & Application (2015-2025) is expected to show tremendous growth in the coming years. MI analyst also analyzed the ongoing trends in Arc Flash Protective Clothing and the opportunities for growth in the industries. The Arc Flash Protective Clothing…

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Carbon Fiber T-Shirt: Vollebak Unveils Top to ‘Save Your Skin’

Vollebak already launched apparel embedded with high-tech materials like ceramic and graphene. Now, it releases a T-shirt laced with material ‘normally reserved for use in missiles, jet engines, and the world’s fastest cars.’ At this point, anything Vollebak does shouldn’t surprise us. The London-based adventure apparel brand has made work shirts pre-stained with fake blood, a solar-charged glow-in-the-dark…