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Ivan Castano Freeman | 11 Oct 2010

Spanish stretch-fibres firm Dogi has sold its 50% stake in Thai subsidiary Penn Asia for EUR2.6m (US$3.6m) and reshuffled its top management as it continues to streamline its business.


Ivan Castano Freeman | 31 Aug 2010

Spanish stretch-fibres maker Dogi has posted a EUR19.3m (US$24.6m) first-half net profit - its first in as many years - as sales rose 2.5% to EUR33.9m, the company announced in a regulatory statement.


Ivan Castano Freeman | 28 Jul 2010

Spanish stretch-fibres firm Dogi has emerged from bankruptcy after 77% of creditors approved its turnaround plan, the company announced in statement filed with local stock market watchdog CNMV.


Joe Ayling | 23 Jun 2010

Spanish textiles company Dogi International Fabrics has announced the sale of its stake in Sri Lankan unit DogiEFA to a local partner for US$800,000.


Joe Ayling | 23 Jun 2010

Spanish textiles company Dogi International Fabrics has announced the sale of its stake in Sri Lankan unit DogiEFA to a local partner for US$800,000.


Joe Ayling | 23 Jun 2010

Spanish textiles company Dogi International Fabrics has announced the sale of its stake in Sri Lankan unit DogiEFA to a local partner for US$800,000.


Ivan Castano Freeman | 18 May 2010

Dogi, the bankrupt Spanish textiles firm, today (18 May) reported a EUR1.4m (US$1.7m) first-half loss, five times less than the EUR6.9m decline in the year-ago period, as its turnaround plan bore fruit.


Ivan Castano Freeman | 6 Apr 2010

Bankrupt Spanish stretch-fabrics maker Dogi has reported a EUR59.17m (US$79.1m) loss in 2009, down 33% from 2008, on the back of a major cost cutting effort.


just-style.com | 24 Mar 2010

Spanish fibres company Dogi is planning to temporarily cut the hours of nearly 250 staff at its Barcelona factory, according to local media reports.


Ivan Castano Freeman | 6 Jan 2010

Spanish textile bankruptcies soared 53% to 145 companies last year as the country’s recession continued to dent clothing purchases, with leading firms such as Dogi and Caramelo seeking court protection from creditors.


Ivan Castano Freeman | 9 Oct 2009

Dogi, the bankrupt Spanish stretch fibres firm, has posted a EUR25.6m (US$37.7m) loss in the first half of 2009, up from EUR6.6m in the same 2008 period, hurt by restructuring costs and plunging sales.


Ivan Castano Freeman | 28 Sep 2009

Spain’s beleaguered textiles industry has asked the government to introduce an aid package similar to the EUR800m bailout package for the auto industry, or watch the sector disappear.


just-style.com | 5 Jun 2009

Bankrupt Spanish textiles firm Dogi could sell parts of its European and Asian factories and dismiss some of their 850 workers, a company spokeswoman confirmed to just-style on Friday (5 June).


just-style.com | 5 Jun 2009

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just-style.com | 29 May 2009

Here is a roundup of the top five most-read stories on just-style this week. Click on each headline for the full story.


just-style.com | 29 May 2009

Here is a roundup of the top five most-read stories on just-style this week. Click on each headline for the full story.


just-style.com | 29 May 2009

Here is a roundup of the top five most-read stories on just-style this week. Click on each headline for the full story.


just-style.com | 27 May 2009

The Spanish textiles unit of Dogi International Fabrics has applied for a voluntary insolvency process, due to industry difficulties and the current international financial downturn.


just-style.com | 27 May 2009

The Spanish textiles unit of Dogi International Fabrics has applied for a voluntary insolvency process, due to industry difficulties and the current international financial downturn.


just-style.com | 27 May 2009

The Spanish textiles unit of Dogi International Fabrics has applied for a voluntary insolvency process, due to industry difficulties and the current international financial downturn.


just-style.com | 9 Feb 2009

Spanish elastic fabrics maker The Dogi Group said it has added more eco-friendly fabrics to its Be natural Eco range.


just-style.com | 28 Jan 2009

Spain’s beleaguered textiles industry, reeling under mounting bankruptcies and layoffs, hopes to obtain a credit line from state credit agency ICO, a spokesman for top industry lobby Consejo Intertextil Espanol (CIE) has confirmed to just-style.


just-style.com | 11 Dec 2008

Beleaguered Spanish stretch-fibres maker Dogi is seeking buyers for its fledgling factory in El Masnou, Spain, just-style has found out.


just-style.com | 3 Dec 2008

Saez Merino, which made jeans for the Lois and and Caroche brands, has been liquidated, ceasing operations and dismissing 350 workers after four years of painful restructuring culminated in bankruptcy court.


just-style.com | 5 Sep 2008

Struggling Spanish stretch-fibres company Dogi has rejected rumours that it is facing a liquidity crisis after a troubled share offering in August raised concerns about its financial health.


just-style.com | 5 Sep 2008

Here is a roundup of the top five most-read stories on just-style this week. Click on each headline for the full story.


just-style.com | 7 Jul 2008

Spanish sretch-fibres company Dogi has launched Winn, Wellness+Innovation, a new line of nanotechnology fibres that expand its aloe vera-based products introduced last year.


just-style.com | 20 Jun 2008

Spain-based Dogi has launched a new line of functional stretch-fibres with sun-blocking benefits, the company announced in a statement to just-style on Friday.


just-style.com | 13 May 2008

Spanish textiles company Dogi has won a contract to supply Marks & Spencer's Sri Lankan lingerie supplier with stretch fabrics for upcoming lines, the company has announced in a statement to just-style.


just-style.com | 14 Apr 2008

Spanish stretch-fibres maker Dogi will shut its Philippines factory, axing 322 jobs, and launch a EUR25-EUR30m share offering to boost its balance sheet after the credit crisis has raised corporate financing costs.

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