PCIAW ASBCI

‘Garment Costing – how technology can support the complexities of costing in today’s apparel supply chain’

The ASBCI is holding the following technical seminar sponsored by DeSL.  DATE: Wednesday 3rd July – registration and coffee from 9.30am, Close 3.00pm VENUE: Eastwood Hall, Mansfield Road, Eastwood, Nottingham, NG16 3SS Buyers, merchandisers, designers and clothing technologists will appreciate an in-depth analysis of the complex cost factors that impact today’s global supply chains, from…

PCIAW nano-dyeing

Nano-Dye System makes exhaust dyeing of cotton sustainable

The Winner of the 2014 launch nordic global textile challenge for sustainable disruptive innovation to transform the system of textiles, fabric and fibre, the Nano-Dye Process is advancing exhaust dyeing to the next millennium. It’s doing this by drastically reducing massive pollution, water usage and energy usage/climate change generated by cotton textile dye plants globally. Nano-Dye’s disruptive, patent pending,…

Old bread becomes new textiles

Is it possible to create textiles from old bread? Akram Zamani, senior lecturer in resource recycling at the University of Borås, wants to find out. And she has already come a long way. “We have seen that much of the food waste from grocery stores is from bread and therefore we wanted to see how we could turn it into a…

PCIAW textiles

Datacolor Collaborates with Adobe to Launch New Innovative Solution for Textile Industry

Datacolor®, a global leader in color management technology, announced today a collaboration with Adobe to launch a set of innovative tools to help streamline the process of digitally designing prints for fabrics. The collaboration pairs Datacolor’s professional colour lookup tool, ColorReaderPRO, with Adobe’s newest plugin for Adobe Photoshop: Adobe Textile Designer. The integration of ColorReaderPRO…

Frost & Sullivan Names Guardhat the 2019 North America Company of the Year for its connected PPE

Guardhat modernises the industrial worksite with intelligent safety and connected situational awareness technologies. Based on its recent analysis of the North American connected safety market, Frost & Sullivan recognises Detroit-based Guardhat with the 2019 North America Company of the Year Award for its comprehensive connected safety solutions. The Guardhat platform offers robust solutions for bridging…