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Euro decline weighs on Turkish clothing industry

Turkish clothing exporters are facing tough times, with the falling euro taking a big bite out of Turkish ready-to-wear clothing export reve...

Turkey sets sights on sourcing business from Asia

Brands and retailers in the UK and other parts of Europe are "coming back" to Turkey as a source of textiles and clothing as they seek to di...

Egypt industry optimistic despite ongoing protests

Egyptian garment exporters say the country's textile and apparel industry has not been impacted by ongoing anti-government protests, as unre...

Turkey makers deny disruption amid demonstrations

The group representing Turkish clothing manufacturers has reiterated to just-style that there has been no disruption to its delivery of orde...

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Delta Galil completes PJ Salvage takeover 3 Aug 2015

Katie Smith

Lingerie, sleepwear and sock manufacturer Delta Galil Industries has completed its acquisition of the PJ Salvage brand, expanding its branded business and international presence.

Egypt clothing makers help reverse import ban 31 Jul 2015

Paul Cochrane

Egypt's trade ministry and clothing manufacturers have successfully pushed for a lifting of a temporary ban on all cotton imports by the country’s ministry of agriculture and land reclamation.

IAF Convention to focus on industry improvement 22 Jul 2015

Leonie Barrie

The speaker line-up at this year’s International Apparel Federation (IAF) Convention is starting to take shape, with executives from Hugo Boss, Ahlers and McKinsey all set to take part.

Optitex improves 3D simulation and sampling tool 16 Jul 2015

Leonie Barrie

Optitex has introduced a new version of its O/Dev 3D Product Creation Suite featuring improvements in 3D simulation and more life-like digital samples.

Mulberry urged to intervene in supplier dispute 10 Jul 2015

Michelle Russell

IndustriAll Global Union is calling on luxury goods brand Mulberry to intervene in what it says is an escalating labour dispute at one of its Turkish suppliers.

Flokser launches bio-based synthetic leather 29 Jun 2015

Leonie Barrie

A new synthetic leather fabric that uses biobased materials as its building blocks and combines performance with sustainability has been launched by Turkish leather, suede and textiles producer Flokser Group.

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