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China competitiveness buoyed by Asia challenges

Despite a decision eight years ago by Japanese brands and retailers to cut the amount of clothing sourced from China, garment imports from t...


just-style.com | 30 Apr 2007

Since Vietnam’s accession to the WTO at the beginning of this year, investors have been queuing up to take advantage of the country’s low costs and free trade status. However, one dark cloud on the horizon is the decision by the Bush administration to monitor and possibly self-initiate anti-dumping cases against US apparel imports from Vietnam, as Jozef De Coster reports from Ho Chi Minh City.


just-style.com | 30 Apr 2007

Since Vietnam’s accession to the WTO at the beginning of this year, investors have been queuing up to take advantage of the country’s low costs and free trade status. However, one dark cloud on the horizon is the decision by the Bush administration to monitor and possibly self-initiate anti-dumping cases against US apparel imports from Vietnam, as Jozef De Coster reports from Ho Chi Minh City.


just-style.com | 1 Nov 2004

Information Technology for the textile processing and apparel industry was under review at the IMB Forum staged in Germany last month. An offshoot of the world’s largest clothing machinery show, the specialist event focused on some of the latest innovations coming onto the market. Niki Tait was there.

Latest Interviews

Michelle Russell | 13 Mar 2014

Founded in 1923, North Carolina-based Burlington Industries has spent the last 90 years transforming itself into the world's largest textile manufacturer. Here, president Jeff Peck talks to Michelle Russell about the secrets to the company's success, the ongoing challenges facing the textile industry, and what the future is likely to hold.


Michelle Russell | 13 Mar 2014

Founded in 1923, North Carolina-based Burlington Industries has spent the last 90 years transforming itself into the world's largest textile manufacturer. Here, president Jeff Peck talks to Michelle Russell about the secrets to the company's success, the ongoing challenges facing the textile industry, and what the future is likely to hold.

Latest News

Katie Smith | 4 Jan 2016

Performance textile manufacturer Burlington Industries is to reintroduce what it describes as the next generation of its Xalt waterproof, windproof, breathable fabric.


Katie Smith | 16 Dec 2015

Performance textile manufacturer Burlington Industries is to supply micro denier polyester fabrics to the US army for use in physical training (PT) shorts in a deal worth US$8.4m. 


Katie Smith | 26 Feb 2015

Burlington, a division of International Textile Group, is partnering with fibre and yarn manufacturer PurThread Technologies to embed antimicrobial and anti-odour protection into its fabrics.


Michelle Russell | 23 Sep 2014

The International Textile Group (ITG) has expanded its line of fabrics to include Hendry Bishop, a range including both the Burlington and Cone Denim brands.


Michelle Russell | 23 Sep 2014

The International Textile Group (ITG) has expanded its line of fabrics to include Hendry Bishop, a range including both the Burlington and Cone Denim brands.


Leonie Barrie | 6 Aug 2014

Burlington, a division of International Textile Group, has introduced a collection of season-less performance merino fabrics designed for outdoor apparel.


Michelle Russell | 23 Jun 2014

Burlington, a division of International Textile Group, has developed a line of worsted wool fabrics woven and finished in the US.


Leonie Barrie | 23 May 2014

A new and exclusive fabric developed under the direction of Cone Denim's new research incubator combines enhanced stretch with a cotton-like touch - and an eco-friendly element that sees each pair of jeans made with the material containing an average of eight recycled bottles.


Leonie Barrie | 23 May 2014

A new and exclusive fabric developed under the direction of Cone Denim's new research incubator combines enhanced stretch with a cotton-like touch - and an eco-friendly element that sees each pair of jeans made with the material containing an average of eight recycled bottles.


Leonie Barrie | 6 May 2014

International Textile Group has promoted its chief operating officer Kenneth Kunberger as the company's new president and CEO, following the retirement of Joseph Gorga at the end of this month.


Leonie Barrie | 6 May 2014

International Textile Group has promoted its chief operating officer Kenneth Kunberger as the company's new president and CEO, following the retirement of Joseph Gorga at the end of this month.


Leonie Barrie | 16 Sep 2013

Performance fabric maker Burlington Industries has been awarded a $5.3m contract to supply micro denier polyester fabrics to the US Air Force for use in physical training (PT) shorts.


Leonie Barrie | 16 Sep 2013

Performance fabric maker Burlington Industries has been awarded a $5.3m contract to supply micro denier polyester fabrics to the US Air Force for use in physical training (PT) shorts.


Katie Smith | 23 Jul 2013

US textile major Cone Denim is to expand the production capacity at its White Oak mill to meet growing demand for Made in the USA selvage denims.


Katie Smith | 23 Jul 2013

US textile major Cone Denim is to expand the production capacity at its White Oak mill to meet growing demand for Made in the USA selvage denims.


Leonie Barrie | 25 Mar 2013

US textile major Cone Denim has launched a new initiative that it hopes will take "product innovation to the next level," with a focus on developing cutting-edge fabrics and sustainable innovations.


Richard Woodard | 13 Mar 2013

Leading American denim mill Cone Denim has signed a marketing and development agreement with fibre developer Crailar Technologies.


Richard Woodard | 13 Mar 2013

Leading American denim mill Cone Denim has signed a marketing and development agreement with fibre developer Crailar Technologies.


Leonie Barrie | 15 Jun 2012

US textile maker Mount Vernon Mills has named Bud Strickland as the director of product development for the company's denim division.


just-style.com | 29 Apr 2009

International Textile Group Inc has cut 100 jobs at its denim manufacturing plant at White Oak near Greensboro in North Carolina, amid a slowdown in demand from jeans brands and retailers.


just-style.com | 29 Apr 2009

International Textile Group Inc has cut 100 jobs at its denim manufacturing plant at White Oak near Greensboro in North Carolina, amid a slowdown in demand from jeans brands and retailers.


just-style.com | 18 Dec 2008

International Textile Group Inc is realigning its Cone Denim and Burlington WorldWide divisions to create a single business group called ITG Apparel & Specialty Fabrics.


just-style.com | 18 Dec 2008

International Textile Group Inc is realigning its Cone Denim and Burlington WorldWide divisions to create a single business group called ITG Apparel & Specialty Fabrics.


just-style.com | 5 Dec 2008

Vietnam's Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai has today (5 December) official opened a new US$80m garment complex in the country.

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