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Stratasys plans additional strategic investment in Xaar 3D Ltd

Stratasys to increase ownership in Xaar 3D from 15% to 45% with option to fully acquire Xaar (LON: XAR), A world leader in industrial inkjet...

Grant Fitz Hired as EFI’s New Chief Financial Officer

Electronics For Imaging, Inc. has named Mr Grant Fitz, veteran tech finance executive as its new chief financial officer. Fitz replaces long-time EFI executive...

1.35mn Bales of cotton yield recorded for the month of September

Due to rains and water influx from India, 1.35mn cotton bales have been produced in September in Punjab. According to PCGA, a total of 375,813...

Waterlogging at cotton fields damages 8pc crop – India

The Indore division in India are looking at more than 8pc cotton crop damage due to waterlogging due to heavy rainfalls this season. Mr Madhya...

Cotton USA Reveals the latest innovations in U.S. Cotton Apparel At...

Find out WHAT’S NEW IN COTTON™ and how innovations with U.S. cotton could benefit your business at the COTTON USA booth in Hall 6,...

Exports of textile articles surge 3.16pc in July

The textile sector in Pakistan has an overwhelming impact on the economy, contributing 57% to the country’s exports. It is an obvious fact that...

India adding 40 new HSN codes for technical textile sector

India is adding 40 new Harmonized System of Nomenclature (HSN) codes for technical textiles sector in coming months to its existing 207 HSN codes. The...

Spiber Inc. to sell jacket made with synthetic protein textile

Biotech venture Spiber Inc. and sports apparel-maker Goldwin Inc. has announced the launch of what they claim is the world’s first outerwear jacket made...

Carlin x Archroma presents SS2021 trend book

Archroma and Carlin will be at Première Vision Paris next month, where they will share a booth fully dedicated to colour creativity, inspiration and...

Laser printing produces waterproof e-textiles

The next generation of waterproof smart fabrics can be laser printed and made in minutes. Scientists from RMIT University have developed a cost-efficient and...