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Fashion industry efforts to address global PPE shortages – Update just-style | 27 Jul 20

Texollini, Chargeurs*PCC Fashion Technologies, and Crystal International are among the latest fashion firms to mobilise their production facilities and supply chains to help address the global shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE), including face masks and hospital gowns, amid the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. 

Hyosung 3D Max spandex offers dual performance for denim Michelle Russell | 23 Jun 20

South Korean fibre giant Hyosung is preparing to debut new spandex, which it says offers denim products dual performance features

Hyosung develops 100% recycled multi-performance fibres Michelle Russell | 16 Jan 20

South Korean fibre giant Hyosung has developed a sustainability programme of 100% recycled multi-performance fibres as it looks to help its customers produce more eco-friendly products.

Hyosung begins operations at India spandex plant Beth Wright | 28 Nov 19

South Korean fibre giant Hyosung has begun commercial operation at its first spandex plant in India and says it is considering the Americas as the base for its next facility. 

Hyosung to present updated recycled fibre range Michelle Russell | 17 Sep 19

South Korean fibre giant Hyosung will use the upcoming Intertextile Shanghai show to present an updated collection of its Regen recycled nylon and polyester fibres.

New Creora spandex connects fashion and function Beth Wright | 13 Jun 19

South Korean fibre giant Hyosung has unveiled a new high-performance Creora spandex stretch fibre designed for multi-sport apparel for endurance sports enthusiasts and to help bridge the gap between fashion and function.

Lenzing and Hysosung partner on sustainable fabrics Hannah Abdulla | 7 Jan 19

Fibre manufacturers Lenzing and Hyosung are to collaborate on a new sustainable fabric collection that will showcase the sustainable benefits of their bestselling brands: Tencel from Lenzing, and Creora from Hyosung.

Hyosung prepares for Industry 4.0 with smart factories Michelle Russell | 26 Oct 18

Hyosung TNC, the textile and trading arm of South Korean fibre giant Hyosung, has rolled out a series of 'smart factories' at five of its Spandex factories in China and Vietnam as the company looks to boost product quality and capacity, while preparing its business for the Industry 4.0 era.era.

New Hyosung lifestyle and sustainable fabrics Leonie Barrie | 3 Jul 18

South Korean fibre manufacturer Hyosung – producer of Mipan nylon, polyester, and Creora elastane – is to showcase a range of lifestyle and sustainable fabrics at the upcoming Interfilière Paris Mode City lingerie and swimwear trade show.

Hyosung to invest US$100m in India spandex plant Beth Wright | 26 Feb 18

South Korea's Hyosung Corp is to invest US$100m in its first spandex plant in India a part of a bid to increase its share of the spandex market in the country to 70%.

Hyosung to make Vietnam global production base Michelle Russell | 16 Feb 18

South Korean fibre giant Hyosung is to increase its investment in Vietnam for all of its core products, including textiles, as it looks to utilise the country as a global production base.

Hyosung and Bossa partner on Creora bi-stretch line Michelle Russell | 23 Oct 17

South Korean fibre manufacturer Hyosung has partnered with Turkey-based textile firm Bossa to launch a collection of bi-stretch denim using new proprietary technology.

Hyosung and Sofileta partner on Creora Fresh fabrics Beth Wright | 21 Jun 17

South Korean fibre manufacturer Hyosung has partnered with specialist knitter Sofileta on a new fabric collection for intimates and sportswear that utilises odour neutralising technologies.

Texprocess & Techtextil 2017 – Material innovations Beth Wright | 18 May 17

A number of new smart fibre and fabric concepts were on show alongside eco-innovations for more sustainable clothing and footwear at last week's Texprocess and Techtextil trade shows in Frankfurt, Germany. Electro-osmotic membranes, eco-efficient textiles and recycled yarns were among the highlights.  

Hyosung partners on smart fabric collection Beth Wright | 21 Dec 16

South Korean fibre manufacturer Hyosung has partnered with Best Pacific Textiles on a new fabric collection designed to manage moisture, offer ultraviolet (UV) protection, and that utilises odour neutralising technologies.

Global news roundup Michelle Russell and Beth Wright | 8 Dec 16

The following is a round-up of apparel and footwear news from the world's local media.

Global news roundup Michelle Russell and Beth Wright | 25 Nov 16

The following is a round-up of apparel and footwear news from the world's local media.

Hyosung invests $27m in Turkey spandex production Beth Wright | 14 Oct 16

South Korean fibre manufacturer Hyosung is to invest US$27m in its spandex production facilities in Istanbul, Turkey, in a move that will see the company increase its capacity by around 5,000 tons.

CoolVisions and Creora co-develop performance fabrics Leonie Barrie | 29 Jul 16

The latest functional fabrics made with CoolVisions dyeable polypropylene filament also feature additional comfort and fit benefits provided by Creora Eco-Soft spandex.

Hyosung sets up Mipan nylon facility in Vietnam Leonie Barrie | 26 Jul 16

South Korean yarn giant Hyosung is setting up a new manufacturing facility in Vietnam for its Mipan branded nylon.

Hyosung to launch odour neutralising elastane Leonie Barrie | 28 Jun 16

Yarn giant Hyosung is unveiling a new odour neutralising elastane next month aimed at the sports underwear and athletic apparel markets, and for brands who want to move away from antimicrobial chemicals next to the skin.

Creora and Global Merino ink fabric partnership Leonie Barrie | 15 Jan 16

The latest fabric collection from textile manufacturer Global Merino Inc blends merino wool and Creora Eco-Soft elastane to offer warmth without weight for outdoor sportswear.

Creora to launch four-way stretch fibre for denim Katie Smith | 23 Oct 15

South Korean yarn giant Hyosung has developed a new four-way stretch fibre technology for use in denim, which has been prompted by consumer demand for a 'second skin' fit.

SOUTH KOREA: New Creora elastane has eco-friendly features Michelle Russell | 8 Jul 14

South Korean yarn producer Hyosung has developed an eco-friendly elastane, Creora Easy Scour, designed to reduce water usage and improve mill quality.

VIETNAM: Hyosung expands Creora production Katie Smith | 24 Jun 13

South Korean yarn producer Hyosung is to expand its production of Creora branded spandex/elastane in Nhon Trach, Dong Nai, Vietnam in anticipation of growing demand.

PARIS: Hyosung celebrates 20 years of creora spandex Leonie Barrie | 3 Jul 12

South Korean yarn giant Hyosung is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Creora spandex/elastane with a special display of its latest innovations at the upcoming Paris Mode City & Interfilière trade shows.

SOUTH KOREA: Hyosung develops new dyeable elastane Leonie Barrie | 9 Feb 12

South Korean yarn producer Hyosung has developed a new dyeable version of its Creora elastane fibre, which it is launching next week in partnership with European Stretch Fabrics.

just-style management briefing: Sourcing winners and losers in 2011 Keith Nuthall | 19 Dec 11

Garment-making countries had a number of hurdles to overcome in 2011, ranging from the Arab Spring revolts to natural disasters like floods striving to disrupt supply chains. But while some buckled under the weight of this pressure, others really came into their own.

Demand for elastane set for significant growth Textiles Intelligence | 9 Nov 11

Demand for elastane fibres - known as spandex in the US and parts of Asia - is set to grow considerably according to a new report, fuelled by rising sales of sportswear garments in China, Brazil and India.

just-style management briefing: Yarns and fibres see domestic sourcing shift MJ Deschamps | 1 Nov 11

The purchase of yarns, fibres and other materials from developing countries for rich country-controlled garment manufacturing has long been a cost-effective business practice. But many factors - including high shipping costs and delays in supplies - have caused companies in recent years to look for a supply chain that is closer to home.


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