Industry News: Cordura launches new technology

The future of military uniform and equipment won’t be the same now that Cordura has launched its new innovative collection. The advanced technology products were presented last month at the Future Forces exhibition in Prague and are available now. With this collection, Cordura has successfully developed better night vision surveillance and sophisticated adequate camouflage for…

PCIAW SUMMIT 2019

We are really excited about the Professional Clothing Industry Association Worldwide Summit 2019, which is going to be at London Marriot Hotel on the 2nd of April. The event is going to be the most informative summit for the professional clothing industry, and it has limited spaces.   The conferences will be held by our…

Vietnam’s textile: An emerging Market

In the past few years, Vietnam’s textile industry has continuously grown until it become the third largest clothing exporter in the world. Due to the low labour cost and the input given by the State to specialise and modernise textiles companies, Vietnam’s textile is now showing remarkable results which are positive in order to diversify…

NEWS IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY: W.L. Gore and Associates (UK) Limited enforced its partnership with Ballyclare

Gore has been recognised for the excellent quality of its textiles, especially regarding its waterproof, windproof and breathable products. Gore is producing highly performance textile and pioneering highly technical clothing, which made the company the best in its class for its innovative products and the integrity which distinguish their designs. On the other hand, Ballyclare…

PPE Industry News: Zero Waste Goals

Sustainability has been a topic of debate in the clothing industry for over twenty years. As a result, nowadays it is common to recycle primary commodities and a lot has been doing in order to implement the recycle of secondary commodities with the purpose of achieving a zero waste policy for our businesses. Primary commodities…

PPE Industry News: High Visibility Clothing

According to the CCOHS (2008), “high-visibility safety apparel (HVSA) is clothing (e.g, vests, bibs, or coveralls) that workers can wear to improve how well other people “see” them (their visibility). Every day, many workers wear some form of visibility clothes in order to communicate their presence to others. Police officers, linemen, construction workers are just…