Synthetic fibres refer to the kinds of textile fabrics that are man-made, such as nylon, acrylic, polyester, and carbon fibre. Apart from their superior characteristics in adaptability, durability, elasticity, and
Cellulosic fibre is manufactured from dissolving pulp from cellulose plants such as cotton, wood, bamboo, flax etc. This man-made fibre is highly environment-friendly, versatile, biodegradable, and cost-effective, thus becoming one
Polyester is now one of the most commonly used fibres in the global textile and apparel industry, accounting for more than half of the overall fibre used worldwide. The global
The price of Australian wool has had a significant growth over the last few years and this upward trend is very much likely to continue through 2017. So far
As one of the world’s largest wool producers, Australia produces around 25% of the world’s greasy wool every year. The value of Australian wool exports in 2016-17 is estimated
Business is booming for online apparel retailers, particularly in the United States. Between 2011 and 2016, online apparel sales rose from 11% of total US apparel sales to 19%.
Surgical masks, gloves, footwear, and other apparel is seeing an increase in demand within healthcare facilities for the protection of patients, as well as doctors, nurses, and other healthcare workers.
The global sportswear industry has certainly been one of the dark horses in the global textile and apparel market over the recent years: the sales of this comfy
Australia’s shorn wool production is expected to grow to 332 million kilograms (mkg) greasy in the 2016/17 financial year, representing a 2.2% increase from its previous season, according to the
The demand of raw cotton in Vietnam’s textile and apparel industry has had a significant growth over the last six years in a row. After a little slowdown on its