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just-style.com | 12 Jan 2009

Faced with slowing sales in Western markets, lingerie firms are increasingly focusing on emerging markets like Russia and Asia for growth. According to new research, both China and India are likely to see a double digit hike in lingerie sales over the next three years.


just-style.com | 27 May 2008

Despite all the hype about digital printing over the last few years, just 2% of the world’s printed fabric is produced using this method. One of the reasons for this slow uptake is that digital printing is far from straight-forward, as Niki Tait finds out at Digital Print Asia, one of the world’s largest digital print companies.


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 | 23 Mar 2007

Niki Tait reports on the recent International Textile Institute Conference in Sri Lanka, where around 170 delegates heard research papers from textile and apparel university departments around the world. Here she presents a roundup of the four keynote speeches which looked at ethical production partnerships, retail opportunities and the benefits of free trade.

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just-style.com | 23 Oct 2009

Underwear, lingerie and swimwear manufacturer Triumph International celebrates its 125th anniversary in 2011. Here the company’s managing director and co-owner Dieter Braun, and Jörg Wagner from the Corporate Process Organisation (CPO) department in charge of global CAD and CAM, tell just-style about their formula for success.

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Katie Smith | 20 Jan 2015

Triumph International has sold its Hom men's underwear brand to Huber Group, as the lingerie maker looks to refocus its portfolio on its biggest global brands and on female consumers.


Michelle Russell | 18 Dec 2014

Japanese lingerie firm Triumph International has issued a voluntary recall on around 22,000 bras following complaints of protruding underwiring.


Petah Marian | 6 Jan 2012

Top stories on just-style this week centred largely around UK retailers who have found themselves in trouble - with the future of La Senza and Barratts seeing much interest. Across the Atlantic, US retailers reported their December sales on Thursday, while Sears announced plans to close up to 120 stores and Liz Claiborne Inc finally revealed its new name.


Richard Woodard | 4 Jan 2012

Lingerie specialist Triumph International is negotiating the acquisition of UK stores owned by ailing underwear retailer La Senza, according to newspaper reports.


Joe Ayling | 23 Jun 2010

Logistics operator Menlo Worldwide is to take over Triumph International's UK warehouse in Swindon.


Joe Ayling | 1 Mar 2010

Former workers at a plant that made underwear for Triumph International in Thailand have halted protests in Bangkok, eight months after they began.


just-style.com | 20 Nov 2009

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


Leonie Barrie | 17 Nov 2009

Lingerie giant Triumph International says operations are getting back to normal at one of its factories in China after around 3,000 workers went on strike as part of a dispute over bonus payments.


just-style.com | 10 Jul 2009

German lingerie company Triumph International has confirmed to just-style that up to 65 jobs are at risk at the firm's Swindon facility in the UK.


just-style.com | 10 Jul 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 | 6 Jul 2009

German lingerie company Triumph International has responded to reports in Thailand that a workers union is demanding better severance packages for displaced workers there.


just-style.com | 3 Jul 2009

Reports in Thailand say that workers who are losing their jobs at Body Fashion Thailand – as part of a restructuring by lingerie maker Triumph International – are asking for higher compensation through their unions.


just-style.com | 3 Jul 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 Jun 2009

German lingerie maker Triumph International has confirmed to just-style it will cut thousands of jobs in the Philippines and Thailand, as the downturn reduces demand.


just-style.com | 11 Mar 2009

Senior executives involved in sourcing, manufacturing and servicing the global apparel industry are heading to Hong Kong at the end of the month for the fourth edition of Prime Source Forum.


just-style.com | 3 Dec 2008

Workers at Triumph International UK have been offered voluntary redundancy as part of a raft of cost-cutting measures announced by the underwear manufacturer.


just-style.com | 28 Nov 2008

A labour court in Bangkok has ruled that Triumph International’s Thai production facility was justified in its decision to sack a former employee who was also the chairperson of its union in the country.


just-style.com | 26 Sep 2008

Underwear maker Triumph International Japan has unveiled a new bra concept with a solar panel mounted around the waist area.


just-style.com | 19 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 | 17 Sep 2008

A group of striking workers at Triumph International’s Thai production facility are to return to their jobs following talks between the company’s management and its union committee to settle the dispute.


just-style.com | 11 Sep 2008

Intimate apparel maker Triumph International is in talks to end a strike by a group of workers at its Thai production facility, the company told just-style today (11 September), after the chairperson of its union in Thailand was sacked for wearing a T-shirt that insulted the Thai monarchy.


just-style.com | 10 Sep 2008

A labour rights group has slammed Triumph International, one of the world’s largest brands of intimate apparel, after it sacked a union president at one of its factories in Thailand for wearing a T-shirt that insulted the Thai monarchy.


just-style.com | 20 Jun 2008

The amount of retail selling space devoted to bras, underwear, sleepwear and swimwear in Russia has more than doubled over the last three years according to newly published research, with annual growth of 20% forecast until 2011.


just-style.com | 23 Apr 2008

German underwear manufacturer and seller Triumph International is rumoured to be shutting 48 of its Japanese stores before the end of the year.

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