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Seamless sportswear continues to make great strides
Munich - The Santoni booth at last week's ISPO exhibition in Munich offered numerous examples of how seamlesswear is making significant strides in the sportswear industry.
 
Brückner adds knit finishing lines to US partnership
Leonberg - Brückner Textile Technologies has named Fi-Tech Inc. of Richmond, Virginia its representative for sales, parts and service in the United States and Canada for their textile machinery product range, a portfolio that includes the latest finishing lines for knitted fabrics.
 
Fresh funding to revive Leicester's knitting sector
Leicester - Knitting mills are hoping to take advantage of a multi-million pound tranche of funding aimed at bringing knitwear production back to the UK.
 
Fisher knitted sportswear from recycled fibre
North Carolina – US-based circular knitter Fisher Textiles has launched a new range of fabrics for athletic apparel made with Repreve recycled yarns from Unifi.
 
Lenzing unveils new Tencel option for knitwear
Paris - New options for knitwear production were at the top of the agenda for Lenzing at this week's Premiere Vision with the Austrian fibre manufacturer unveiling a new micro version of its Tencel A100 fibre.
 
Hyosung expands creora production
Seoul - Hyosung, which claims to be the world’s largest elastane manufacturer, increased its capacity in China and Vietnam at the beginning of this year with both markets now identified as key sourcing and consumption areas.
 
Gildan moves for printwear supplier
Montreal - Gildan Activewear has agreed to acquire Comfort Colors, a major supplier of garment-dyed, undecorated basic T-shirts and sweatshirts for the North American printwear market.
 
Shima Seiki to participate in BSTIM
Wakayama - Japanese computerized flat knitting machine manufacturer Shima Seiki will exhibit at the upcoming Best Solutions in Textile Manufacturing Fair (BSTIM) in Igualada, Spain in February.
 
Safil adopts Wool ComfortMeter
MUNICH - Italian spinning company Safil is currently showcasing its use of a system which assigns ratings to wool garments based on their “next-to-skin” comfort at outdoor and sporting goods trade fair ISPO.
 
Sportswear opportunities for lingerie makers
Hong Kong - Eurovet, the organiser of Interfiliere Hong Kong, is setting up a creative collaboration with several partners, including Hong Kong Polytechnic University, to explore the a huge potential for lingerie specialists, from designers to garment makers, fabric suppliers and lace manufacturers, in the sportswear sector.
 
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