USA: Textrade.com Beta Testing Site
Textrade.com, formerly known as the Global Textile Network (GTN), said today it is beta testing a revamped website featuring improved technology and infrastructure developed by itself and Computer Sciences Corp. Textrade CEO Robert Cox Jr. said new technology should enable Textrade's 5,300 members to source and sell fibre, yarn, and unfinished fabric securely online. The service will also offer logistics and financing services, global and regional textile news, and statistical data and analysis from industry sources worldwide, Cox said. Cox said the centre is being beta tested by companies in the US, Asia, Europe, and Mexico. GTN members included Alice Mills, Burlington Mills, ChinaTex, CMI, East Asia Textiles, Noble Mills, Springs Industries and Taiwan Textile Federation. For more information, visit
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