The aggregate business enterprise of manufacturing textiles. (From Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
A TEXTILE fiber obtained from the pappus (outside the SEEDS) of cotton plant (GOSSYPIUM). Inhalation of cotton fiber dust over a prolonged period can result in BYSSINOSIS.
A condition of BRONCHOCONSTRICTION resulting from hypersensitive reaction to inhaled dust during the initial processing of cotton, flax, or hemp in the textile industry. Symptoms include wheezing and tightness in the chest.
A plant genus of the family MALVACEAE. It is the source of COTTON FIBER; COTTONSEED OIL, which is used for cooking, and GOSSYPOL. The economically important cotton crop is a major user of agricultural PESTICIDES.
Earth or other matter in fine, dry particles. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
The hair of SHEEP or other animals that is used for weaving.
Worthless, damaged, defective, superfluous or effluent material from industrial operations.
Diseases caused by factors involved in one's employment.
The exposure to potentially harmful chemical, physical, or biological agents that occurs as a result of one's occupation.
Any enterprise centered on the processing, assembly, production, or marketing of a line of products, services, commodities, or merchandise, in a particular field often named after its principal product. Examples include the automobile, fishing, music, publishing, insurance, and textile industries.
A country spanning from central Asia to the Pacific Ocean.
The aggregate business enterprise of agriculture, manufacture, and distribution related to tobacco and tobacco-derived products.
That segment of commercial enterprise devoted to the design, development, and manufacture of chemical products for use in the diagnosis and treatment of disease, disability, or other dysfunction, or to improve function.
The industry concerned with processing, preparing, preserving, distributing, and serving of foods and beverages.
Fabric or other material used to cover the body.
A genus of ascomycetous fungi of the family Chaetomiaceae, order SORDARIALES. Many members are cellulolytic and some mycotoxic. They occur naturally on paper and cotton fabric.

Needlestick injury in clothing industry workers and the risks of blood-borne infection. (1/245)

This paper identifies the hazard of a hollow needle device used extensively in the clothing industry and assesses the risk of transmission for HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C. A substantial risk of transmission is suggested and measures have been advised for its control. Occupational Health Physicians are advised to be aware of hollow needles in other industrial processes and where risks of cross-infection exist, the same safety considerations should be applied as in clinical medicine and veterinary work to avoid needlestick injuries. Needle sharing must be avoided.  (+info)

Follow up investigation of workers in synthetic fibre plants with humidifier disease and work related asthma. (2/245)

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the clinical and sociomedical outcome in patients with various clinical manifestations of humidifier disease and work related asthma after removal from further exposure. METHODS: Follow up investigation (range 1-13 years) of respiratory symptoms, spirometry, airway responsiveness, sickness absence, and working situation in patients with (I) humidifier fever (n = 12), (II) obstructive type of humidifier lung (n = 8), (III) restrictive type of humidifier lung (n = 4), and (IV) work related asthma (n = 22). All patients were working at departments in synthetic fibre plants with microbiological exposure from contaminated humidification systems or exposure to small particles (< 1 micron) of oil mist. RESULTS: At follow up patients with work related asthma were less often symptom free (37%, 7/19) than patients with humidifier disease (I, II, III) (67%, 16/24). Mean forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1) of patients with obstructive impairment had been increased significantly at follow up but still remained below the predicted value. Mean forced vital capacity (FVC) of patients with initially restrictive impairment had returned to normal values at follow up. Airway hyperresponsiveness at diagnosis persisted in patients with obstructive impairment (II + IV 14/17, but disappeared in patients with humidifier fever (3/3) and restrictive type of humidifier lung (2/2). In patients with obstructive impairment (II + IV), FVC and FEV1 at diagnosis were negatively associated with the duration between onset of symptoms and diagnosis and the number of years of exposure. Those with positive pre-employment history of respiratory disease had a lower FEV1 at diagnosis. Sickness absence due to respiratory symptoms decreased in all groups of patients after removal from further exposure, but this was most impressive in patients with the humidifier lung (II, III) and patients with work related asthma (IV). At follow up 83% of the patients were still at work at the same production site, whereas 11% received a disability pension because of respiratory disease. CONCLUSION: In patients with work related respiratory disease caused by exposure from contaminated humidification systems or oil mist, removal from further exposure resulted in clinical improvement, although, especially in those with obstructive impairment, signs persisted. Because of the possibility of transferring patients to exposure-free departments most patients could be kept at work.  (+info)

Work related risk factors for musculoskeletal complaints in the spinning industry in Lithuania. (3/245)

OBJECTIVES: To describe the prevalence of self reported musculoskeletal complaints in the back, arms or neck, and legs among workers in the spinning industry, and to investigate the relations between these complaints and work related variables. METHODS: An interview based questionnaire survey was carried out in two spinning industry factories in Lithuania. RESULTS: The study group consisted of all workers in production (n = 363). Symptoms of the legs were the musculoskeletal symptom reported most often (61%). Many subjects had arms or neck (55%) or back problems (28%). 20% had experienced pain from all three sites. Almost 25% had had musculoskeletal pain every day and 16% had experienced constant pain during previous year. Packers had the highest risk of arms or neck problems whereas spinners had the highest risk of back or leg problems. Working in a strained posture (bending, work with arms raised up above shoulder level, and repetitive movements of the fingers) was associated with all three complaints. Only arms or neck complaints were associated with age. CONCLUSIONS: Musculoskeletal disorders are a common problem among workers producing gobelin or synthetic thread in Lithuania and working in a strained posture is a risk factor for developing musculoskeletal disorders in three body sites: legs, arms or neck, and back. To better understand the different aspects of physical load as risk factors, a more detailed study of the frequency of postural changes as well as an observation of individually adopted postures would be necessary. This applies to intervention studies in factories of the spinning industry to prevent complaints of the legs and shoulders.  (+info)

Respiratory symptoms in Lancashire textile weavers. (4/245)

OBJECTIVES: To investigate a large population of cotton textile weavers for reported respiratory symptoms relative to occupational factors, smoking, and exposure to dust. Cotton processing is known to produce a respiratory disease known as byssinosis particularly in the early processes of cotton spinning. Relatively little is known about the respiratory health of the cotton weavers who produce cloth from spun cotton. By the time cotton is woven many of the original contaminants have been removed. METHODS: 1295 operatives from a target population of 1428 were given an interviewer led respiratory questionnaire. The presence of upper and lower respiratory tract symptoms were sought and the work relatedness of these symptoms determined by a stem questionnaire design. Also occupational and demographic details were obtained and spirometry and personal dust sampling performed. RESULTS: Byssinosis was present in only four people (0.3%). Chronic bronchitis had a moderate overall prevalence of about 6% and was related predominantly to smoking. There were several other work related respiratory symptoms (persistent cough 3.9%, chronic production of phlegm 3.6%, chest tightness 4.8%, wheezing 5.4%, and breathlessness 2.3%). All of these were predicted predominantly by smoking (either past or present), with no consistent independent effect of exposure to dust. Work related eye and nasal symptoms were more common (10.4% and 16.9% respectively). CONCLUSION: Byssinosis is a rare respiratory symptom in cotton weaving. Other work related respiratory symptoms were reported but their presence was predominantly related to smoking with no consistent effects of exposure to dust.  (+info)

Ventilatory function and personal breathing zone dust concentrations in Lancashire textile weavers. (5/245)

BACKGROUND: To report findings on ventilatory function and estimations of concentrations of personal breathing zone dust in Lancashire textile weavers. Weaving room dust is considered to be less harmful than that encountered in the cardroom or spinning room and weavers are generally thought to have less respiratory disability than carders or spinners. However, this occupational group has not been extensively studied. METHODS: Each person was given a respiratory symptom questionnaire (modified Medical Research Council, UK, questionnaire on respiratory diseases). Ventilatory function tests, forced expiratory volume in 1 second (FEV1) and forced vital capacity (FVC) were performed on each person. A representative sample of workers from each occupational group underwent dust sampling in their personal breathing zone. Dust concentrations and ventilatory tests were analysed statistically with the Student's t test, Pearson's correlation coefficient, and forward step regression for relations with symptoms and environmental factors. Significance was p > or = 0.05. RESULTS: The FEV1 and FVC were reduced in workers with respiratory symptoms (non-specific chest tightness, shortness of breath, persistent cough, and wheezing) as well as in preparation room workers, current and former smokers, Asians, those working with predominantly cotton fibre (> 50% cotton) and starch size. Mean total dust concentration (pd1) in the personal breathing zone was 1.98 mg/m3. The corresponding value for total dust with large fibres lifted off the filter paper (pd2) was 1.55 mg/m3. There was a strong correlation (r = 0.94, p < 0.0001) between pd1 and pd2. Non-specific chest tightness was predicted by low dust concentrations and persistent cough by high dust concentrations. On regression analysis, impairment of ventilatory function (FEV1, FVC) was predicted by smoking, male sex, age, not working in the weaving shed, not being white, and personal dust concentrations. CONCLUSIONS: The FEV1 and FVC were impaired in smokers and those exposed to high dust concentrations in the personal breathing zone. Symptoms were inconsistently related to dust concentrations in the personal breathing zone.  (+info)

In vitro cytotoxicity of textile paint components linked to the "Ardystil syndrome". (6/245)

The spraying of a paint formula (Acramin F system) had led to severe pulmonary disease in textile printing sprayers in Spain and Algeria (Ardystil syndrome). In order to elucidate the underlying mechanisms of the toxicity of this paint and its main polymeric components, Acramin FWR, Acramin FWN, Acrafix FHN, and Acramoll W, we have undertaken studies using a battery of different cell-types and assessing in vitro cytotoxicity by measuring LDH leakage. This study shows that, as in in vivo studies, the three polycationic paint components, Acramin FWR (a polyurea), Acramin FWN (a polyamide-amine), and Acrafix FHN (a polyamine) exhibited considerable cytotoxicity (LC50 generally below 100 microg/ml for an incubation of 20-24 h) in vitro, while Acramoll W, which is not a polycation, was almost non-toxic (in the concentration range tested). The cytotoxicity was comparable in primary cultures of rat and human type II pneumocytes and alveolar macrophages as well as in the pulmonary cell line A549 and the hepatic cell line HepG2. In human erythrocytes, the toxicity was less pronounced. We speculate that the multiple positive charges play an important role in the toxic mechanism. It is concluded that Acramin FWR and Acramin FWN have similar intrinsic toxicity and that these polymeric compounds, which have no irritant properties or systemic toxicity when given orally, exert a high, unexpected, degree of cytotoxicity.  (+info)

Musculoskeletal disorders of the neck and shoulders in female sewing machine operators: prevalence, incidence, and prognosis. (7/245)

OBJECTIVES: To assess the occurrence and persistence of two restrictively defined neck-shoulder disorders among sewing machine operators. To assess factors associated with the development of neck-shoulder disorder and prognostic factors for remaining a case, when disorders were already present. METHODS: In an initial group of 243 sewing machine operators, 178 were followed up for 2 years. At baseline and at 1 and 2 years follow up the participants underwent a clinical examination of the neck and arms and filled in a questionnaire about current musculoskeletal complaints. Clinical criteria for two main neck-shoulder disorders were defined: rotator cuff tendinitis and myofascial pain syndrome. A baseline control group consisted of 357 women with varied non-repetitive work. RESULTS: At baseline the overall prevalence of myofascial pain syndrome and rotator cuff tendinitis was 15.2% and 5.8% among sewing machine operators compared with 9.0% and 2.2%, respectively, among controls. The presence of the disorders was strongly associated with a self perception of poor general health. Although myofascial pain syndrome showed a U shaped association with years as a sewing machine operator, rotator cuff tendinitis was absent among the newest recruits and present among 15% of the women with more than 20 years as a sewing machine operator. Besides years as a sewing machine operator, the risk of having a neck-shoulder disorder at baseline was significantly associated with high stress (prevalence ratio (PR)=2.54; 95% confidence interval (95% CI) 1.28 to 5.05) when adjusted for age, body mass index, smoking, living alone with children, job strain, and social support from colleagues and supervisors. Only one of 13 participants with rotator cuff tendinitis at baseline recovered during follow up. Myofascial pain syndrome showed a much more fluctuating tendency. Low social support (RR 3.72; 95% CI 1.22 to 11.30) and smoking (RR 3.93; 95% CI 1.33 to 11.58) were associated with the development of neck-shoulder disorders, which was also associated with neck-shoulder pain score and living alone with children. CONCLUSION: Rotator cuff tendinitis showed a higher degree of persistence than myofascial pain syndrome. Both disorders highly influenced the perception of general health. Women who lived alone with children, were smokers, or experienced low support from colleagues and supervisors had a higher risk of contracting a neck-shoulder disorder.  (+info)

Recent progress in the study of occupational lung diseases in Romania. (8/245)

This paper reviews studies of occupational lung diseases in Romania in the last two decades. Work concerned with the effects of exposure to textile fibres, irritant gases and fumes in the chemical industry, welding fumes, asbestos, cadmium oxide, and the relation between dust exposure, pneumoconiosis, and chronic bronchitis is briefly presented.  (+info)

The term "byssinosis" comes from the Greek word "byssus," meaning "linen thread," as these diseases were initially observed in workers involved in the production of linen and other natural fibers. The most common forms of byssinosis include:

1. Byssinosis (cotton dust disease): Caused by inhalation of cotton dust, this condition can lead to symptoms such as coughing, wheezing, and shortness of breath.
2. Flaxseed dust disease: Similar to byssinosis, this condition is caused by inhalation of flaxseed dust and can cause respiratory problems.
3. Hemp dust disease: Similarly, inhalation of hemp dust can lead to respiratory issues and inflammation.

The diagnosis of byssinosis typically involves a combination of physical examination, medical history, and lung function tests. Treatment options may include medications to reduce inflammation and prevent further damage to the lungs, as well as respiratory therapy and avoidance of exposure to dusty environments. In severe cases, lung transplantation may be necessary.

1. Asbestosis: a lung disease caused by inhaling asbestos fibers.
2. Carpal tunnel syndrome: a nerve disorder caused by repetitive motion and pressure on the wrist.
3. Mesothelioma: a type of cancer caused by exposure to asbestos.
4. Pneumoconiosis: a lung disease caused by inhaling dust from mining or other heavy industries.
5. Repetitive strain injuries: injuries caused by repetitive motions, such as typing or using vibrating tools.
6. Skin conditions: such as skin irritation and dermatitis caused by exposure to chemicals or other substances in the workplace.
7. Hearing loss: caused by loud noises in the workplace.
8. Back injuries: caused by lifting, bending, or twisting.
9. Respiratory problems: such as asthma and other breathing difficulties caused by exposure to chemicals or dust in the workplace.
10. Cancer: caused by exposure to carcinogens such as radiation, certain chemicals, or heavy metals in the workplace.

Occupational diseases can be difficult to diagnose and treat, as they often develop gradually over time and may not be immediately attributed to the work environment. In some cases, these diseases may not appear until years after exposure has ended. It is important for workers to be aware of the potential health risks associated with their job and take steps to protect themselves, such as wearing protective gear, following safety protocols, and seeking regular medical check-ups. Employers also have a responsibility to provide a safe work environment and follow strict regulations to prevent the spread of occupational diseases.

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  • Infinited Fiber Company is planning on building a commercial-scale textile fibre factory on the site of a former Stora Enso paper mill in Kemi, Finnish Lapland. (
  • The Espoo-based startup revealed last week it will invest around 400 million euros in converting a building housing a retired paper production line into the factory, which is to have an annual production capacity of roughly 30 000 tonnes - or 100 million t-shirts worth - of its patented regenerated textile fibre, Infinna. (
  • Infinited Fiber has developed a patented technology for converting cotton-rich textile waste into a versatile, high-quality regenerated fibre with a cotton-like feel and look. (
  • In this way, the circular textiles ecosystem will be thriving, and be driven by sufficient capacities for innovative fibre-to-fibre recycling, while the incineration and landfilling of textiles has to be reduced to the minimum. (
  • Such composites can incorporate fabrics, tapes or unidirectional prepregs, as well as long fibre nonwovens and mats, and the biggest opportunity for textile manufacturers within the field of mobility, including composites for aerospace, passenger cars and public transport. (
  • Key trends in the mobility sector currently having a significant impact on the fibre and textile supply chain include addressing the issue of waste, in order to bring down the overall cost of carbon fibre composites, and above-average growth for thermoplastic-based technologies for the production of glass fibre composites. (
  • According to a recent report about the garment and textile market by STS Group, the global garment and textile market was worth around US$573.22bil (RM2.5 trillion) in 2022 and Vietnam was among major exporters of garment and textile products, together with China, India, Bangladesh and Turkiye which altogether accounted for more than 55% of the world's garment export value. (
  • Other players include Low & Bonar (UK), Huntsman (US), Toyobo Co. (Japan), Milliken & Company (US), SRF Limited (India), Koninklijke Ten Cate (Netherlands), and International Textile Group (US). (
  • The textile industry is one of the oldest industries in India with a significant contribution towards the economy's growth. (
  • With change both in the international situation and in the political leadership of India, perceptions about modernisation in the textile industry too started to change in the 1980s. (
  • It is expected that this industry will reach $141 billion by 2021 from the present $108 billion market (Corporate Catalyst India 2015). (
  • Countries, such as China and India, are witnessing significant growth in textile manufacturing due to increase in demand for high quality textiles. (
  • Countries, such as India and China are the leading textile exporters in the world. (
  • Central and state governments will work together to increase investment, promote innovation and create jobs to make India the world leader in textiles. (
  • In India, around 20 million workers are engaged in the textile industries. (
  • To determine the prevalence of byssinosis and other respiratory disorders among workers exposed to cotton dust in textile mills in Delhi, India. (
  • In India, an estimated 20 million workers are occupationally exposed to cotton dust in textile manufacturing industries (1). (
  • The study participants exposed to cotton dust in textile stitching units in Delhi, India, were selected using a simple random sampling technique. (
  • To help understand the role of endotoxin in lung disease and other risks to textile workers NIOSH funded the Shanghai Textile Worker Study in 1988. (
  • In 2017, Asahi Kasei Fibers & Textiles expanded its capacity to produce Lamous, a high-quality microfiber suede. (
  • MUNICH, Germany - February 6, 2017 - Five textile industry leaders joined forces to launch HYDRO_BOT, a new technology for moisture management. (
  • / -- DUQUESNE, PA--(Marketwired - Sep 20, 2017) - American Textile Company , one of the largest providers of sleep and bedding solutions in North America, today announced plans to expand its Hospitality Division, including the appointment of Tim Keegan as Senior Vice President of Hospitality Sales. (
  • A number of reforms were introduced, including liberalising the import of technology and reducing duties on the import of textile fibres, yarns, etc. (
  • Companies like Infinited Fiber and Spinnova have seized the world's attention with sustainable textile fibres. (
  • Collaborating with others in new innovative initiatives - such as next-generation fibres like Infinna - is vital to carrying out the transformation our industry needs. (
  • ITMA 2019 exhibitors are increasingly moving into the field of technology for technical textiles, with a big market being the conversion of glass and carbon fibres into reinforcements for composites. (
  • The European project MY-FY: Re-inventing the textile industry with advanced myco-fibres, has begun. (
  • The United States is the world leader in textile research and development, with the U.S. textile complex developing next generation textile materials such as conductive fabric with anti-static properties, electronic textiles that can monitor heart rate and other vital signs, antimicrobial fibers, lifesaving body armor, and new fabrics that adapt to the climate to make the wearer warmer or cooler. (
  • Textile surfactants are used to remove dirt and oil from textile fibers before dying. (
  • Many garment-importing countries were taking action for sustainable and circular textiles. (
  • The European Commission was calling for an end to fast fashion by 2030 with the Strategy for Sustainable and Circular Textile which set eco-design rules, starting with textiles. (
  • The Commission is presenting the EU Strategy for Sustainable and Circular Textiles aimed at making textiles more durable, repairable, reusable and recyclable, to tackle fast fashion, textile waste and the destruction of unsold textiles, and ensure their production takes place in full respect of social rights. (
  • Indian industry will become globally competitive as the parks will help scale up operations, cut costs, improve efficiency and supply high-quality textiles and apparels. (
  • Accordingly, by 2030 textiles placed in the European Union, the world's largest market for garment products, should be long-lived and recyclable. (
  • Visitors and participants of the Inlegmash, Interfabric and Textile & Home exhibitions , assessing the theme of the business program and the opportunity to get acquainted with each event without time limits, paid more attention to work at the stands and real negotiations on cooperation. (
  • Measures are needed to reduce dust levels in the workplace, and to discourage smoking and alcohol consumption among the textile workers. (
  • For over three decades, researchers at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health evaluated Chinese textile workers' exposure to endotoxin and cotton dust. (
  • The Shanghai Textile Worker Study is a longitudinal study of 447 cotton workers exposed to endotoxin-containing dust and a control group of 472 silk workers exposed to non-endotoxin-containing dust. (
  • With the advent of improved high-resolution computed tomography (HRCT) in 2002, as well as validated automated techniques to quantify the degree of emphysema and airways disease present in an individual, this project represents an unusual opportunity to settle the issue of whether organic dust such as cotton can cause COPD in nonsmokers, and the additive or multiplicative effects of smoking in this well characterized cohort of cotton textile workers. (
  • HANOI: Greening the garment and textile production is no longer an option for the multi-billion-dollar industry but a must in the context of increasing requirements for sustainability around the world, experts say. (
  • There is no other way for the garment and textile industry of Vietnam if it does not want to be excluded from the global game," Le Tien Truong, chairman of Vietnam National Textile and Garment Group (Vinatex), said. (
  • The global garment and textile market was forecast to grow at 6.6% this year to reach US$610.9bil (RM2.7 trillion). (
  • Despite impressive growth, the garment and textile industry was the second-most-polluting industry in the world, which dumped around 90 million tonnes of waste into the environment per year on average, the report pointed out. (
  • Nguyen Thanh Ngan from Vinatex cited statistics that the global garment and textile industry consumed up to 79 billion cubic metres of water per year. (
  • Going green is vital for Vietnam's garment and textile industry in the context of increasing requirements for sustainability, Nguyen Huu Nam, deputy director of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Ho Chi Minh City branch, said. (
  • Since 2008, the SWITCH-Asia Programme has been supporting 16 grant projects in the wider textile and garment sectors in Asia's developing countries, with interventions ranging from CSR to cleaner production, product labelling and certification. (
  • It will support the SWITCH-Asia projects in sharing their achievements and sustainability actions and contribute to shape policies and strategies towards a sutainable development of the garment and textile sectors in the Region. (
  • Global textile and garment technology suppliers have snapped up over 95% of the 200,000 square metres of space at ITMA 2015, organisers report. (
  • Therefore, this sector was identified as one of the critical sectors that needed protection and encouragement, and thus the Cotton Textile (Control) Order was introduced in 1948 (Kar 2015). (
  • The U.S. textile industry, its domestic suppliers and customers are comprised of the following: yarn and fabric manufacturers, suppliers in the cotton, wool, and man-made fiber sectors, dyers, printers, and finishers, the machinery and textile chemical industries, and our customers in the U.S. apparel industry. (
  • All this inspires confidence that manufacturers of the textile and light industry of our country are actively developing not only international cooperation, but also their own production, which will allow Russian companies to take a worthy place in the international cooperation of fashion industry goods, home and technical textiles for various sectors of the Russian economy. (
  • Finally, the industry is major factor in high-tech innovation. (
  • As the place where innovation starts we are very excited at Empa to contribute to new textile developments like HYDRO_BOT with our in-depth knowhow in materials science and computational simulation and to work with a group of outstanding companies covering the entire value chain of sports and performance clothing," said Prof. Dr. Gian-Luca Bona, CEO, Empa. (
  • The material innovation has already seized the attention of numerous fashion and textile industry giants. (
  • We truly believe innovation is key for the competitive circular future of the fashion industry, which is why we are actively working to find solutions and searching for new partnerships, processes and materials to achieve textile-to-textile recycling," said Javier Losada , chief sustainability officer at Inditex. (
  • The company has grown into an industry leader through its continuous innovation and leading brands such as Sealy®, Tempur-Pedic®, and AllerEase® allergen barrier bedding. (
  • American Textile Company's consumer-driven innovation continues to fuel year-over-year growth in the retail sector. (
  • Fiber, textile, and apparel exports combined were $34.0 billion in 2021. (
  • The U.S. textile industry invested $20.9 billion in new plants and equipment from 2012 to 2021. (
  • The industry is also a key contributor to our national defense and supplies over 8,000 products a year to our men and women in uniform. (
  • The U.S. textile industry supplies more than 8,000 different textile products to the U.S. military. (
  • The national textile policy of 1985 represented a drastic departure from the earlier policies pertaining to this sector (Soundarapandian 2002). (
  • The development of export zones, investment support under Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS), and the relaxations given under the National Textile Policy of 2000 caused a change in the structure of the textile industry, as the share of the handloom sector in the production of cotton and synthetic fabrics decreased significantly, while that of the power-loom sector increased to 73% (NCAER 2009). (
  • At the time of independence, cotton textiles of Bombay and Ahmedabad and jute textiles of Calcutta contributed roughly two-thirds of the value added and employment in the manufacturing sector (Mohan 1992). (
  • To provide a solution to the problems of the textile sector, the conversion of handlooms into semi-automatic looms and power looms was recommended (EPW 1954). (
  • Despite this, sickness and disputes increased significantly in the textile industry in the mid-1970s, which led to strict reservations for the handloom sector (Patnaik and Mishra 1997). (
  • Leading industry associations of the textiles sector along with top industry bodies such as CII and Ficci have expressed optimism that lower logistics cost, modern infrastructure, global scale of operations and supportive policies from the Centre and the states will take Indian textiles to new heights and provide top-quality products at competitive prices to Indian and foreign consumers. (
  • The theme of this paper is specifying the development of textile sector of Pakistan. (
  • The World Bank has reported that the fashion industry, the third largest manufacturing sector in the world after the automotive and technology industries, is responsible for roughly 10 per cent of global carbon emissions - more than international aviation and maritime shipping combined. (
  • In a competitive, resilient and innovative textiles sector, producers have to take responsibility for their products along the value chain, including when they become waste. (
  • To address fast fashion, the EU textiles strategy also calls on companies to reduce the number of collections per year, take responsibility and act to minimise their carbon and environmental footprints, and on Member States to adopt favourable taxation measures for the reuse and repair sector. (
  • Mobilizing Support for the U.S. Textile Industry in the 21st Century: The National Council of Textile Organizations (NCTO) is a unique association representing the entire spectrum of the textile industry. (
  • The global technical textile market size is projected to grow from USD 164.6 billion in 2020 to USD 222.4 billion by 2025, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 6.2% during the forecast year. (
  • The global technical textile market is expanding and is projected to witness high growth over the next five years. (
  • The technical textile market is led by major players such as Asahi Kasei (Japan), Kimberly Clarke (US), Berry Global Group (US), DuPont (US), Mitsui Chemicals (Japan), and Freudenberg & Co. (Germany). (
  • Mergers & acquisitions, new product launches, expansions & investments, and agreements & partnerships are some of the major strategies adopted by leading players operating in the technical textile market. (
  • Investments & expansions accounted for the largest share of all strategic developments in the technical textile market. (
  • Companies such as Berry Global Group, Asahi Kasei, and Freudenberg & Co. adopted this strategy to strengthen their product portfolios, expand their geographic reach, and enhance growth prospects in the technical textile market. (
  • Low & Bonar (UK) is another key player in the technical textile market. (
  • The increase in demand for technical textile can be largely attributed to the growing automobile, medical & healthcare, and construction industries here. (
  • ITMA 2015 will feature a dedicated chapter on textile printing technology. (
  • Strong support has also been received from printing industry associations. (
  • The digital textile printing industry is evolving and making a mark in the larger arena of the print industry. (
  • It is worthwhile to note that though the commercial printing market is huge, the scope for the textile market is bigger. (
  • There are completely different printing technologies like online t-shirt design software, online print solutions, web-to-print open source, online print design software and web-to-print software appropriate for various forms of textiles and different textile applications. (
  • Developments like ultraviolet (UV) natural process and latex inks along with technologies like web-to-print open source and web-to-print software have resolved several of the challenges, and it might be same that it's for the most part the new inkjets that have made digital textile printing possible. (
  • Likewise, textile printing niches are often completely different from each other. (
  • As demand increases for more customized and personalized garments and apparel, and as digital textile printing equipment becomes more suitable for industrial-scale production, online print solutions and online print design software will continue to displace traditional textile printing technologies. (
  • There are many different types of textiles and fabrics, and no one inkjet or printing technology is suitable for all of them-although printer and ink manufacturers are trying their darnedest. (
  • While all of the previous printer/ink technologies can be used for textile printing, the real action is happening in dye-sublimation and related dye-based printing, some of which are often confused with dye sublimation. (
  • The company s technical textiles business deals with a wide range of materials and related products such as cotton, yarns, textiles, and processed products. (
  • Some flame retardants and textile chemicals and exposures in the textile manufacturing industry / this publication represents the views and expert opinions of an IARC Working Group on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans which met in Lyon, 21-28 February 1989. (
  • There was one question around which all panel members were in agreement: responsibility for fairness and sustainability in the textile world is borne by the fashion corporations, but also by each individual consumer, through his or her individual purchasing decisions. (
  • AITEX is participating in the MY-FI project, by providing innovative solutions to the challenges of today's market, developing a bio-based textile with advanced functionalities, sustainability and performance. (
  • Asahi Kasei (Japan) is a leading manufacturer of apparel material & products, technical textiles & nonwovens, plastic materials, chemicals, and construction materials. (
  • Increase in demand for textiles globally is likely to drive the consumption of textile surfactants during the forecast period. (
  • This is anticipated to offer lucrative opportunities to textile surfactants manufacturers during the forecast period. (
  • Textile surfactants market in Asia Pacific is anticipated to expand at the maximum CAGR during the forecast period. (
  • According to the latest report released by Global Industry Analyst, the global production of printed textiles is forecast to reach 27.8 billion square metres by 2018. (
  • Despite this success, exposure to endotoxin remains a health concern for textile workers and others. (
  • Prominent players operating in the global market are focusing on technological developments and expansions to meet the growing demand for textile surfactants. (
  • The program of associated events will include annual conferences, round tables, workshops and plenary meetings devoted to key development trends of the Russian textile industry. (
  • Occupational accident and illness statistics are tabulated and industry trends and existing standards are discussed. (
  • U.S. textile and apparel shipments totaled $65.8 billion in 2022. (
  • In 2022, hourly and nonsupervisory textile mill workers on average earned more than twice as much as apparel store workers ($845 per week vs. $416) and received healthcare and retirement benefits. (
  • Professors Ilkka Kilpeläinen and Herbert Sixta from the University of Helsinki and Aalto University , respectively, in April received the 2022 Marcus Wallenberg Prize for developing and using ionic liquids to process wood biomass into high-performance textiles, reinforcing the reputation further. (
  • For instance, Low & Bonar started its high-performance technical textiles production in Changzhou, to expand its position in the Asian market and become a global leader in the carpet tile backing and automotive markets. (
  • Recently U.S. manufacturers have opened new facilities throughout the textile production chain, including recycling facilities to convert textile and other waste to new textile uses and resins. (
  • The Swiss leading textile manufacturer, Schoeller Textil AG is the production partner for the HYDRO_BOT panels. (
  • This is the descriptive study, to conduct the empirical analysis a sample of thirty textile firms has taken, cloth production and yarn production from 1974 to 2009 is taken and draw some conclusion on the basis of graphical representations and moving averages. (
  • Domestic companies already offer solutions covering the entire value chain, from materials and textile production to treatment and packaging, sale and usage, and collection, recycling and disposal. (
  • Although there were several anecdotal reports from earlier times, the first well documented case of asbestos is was reported in 1906 in a worker engaged in the production of asbestos (1332214) textiles. (
  • It is concluded that industry injury rates probably are not excessive, injury rate data for the textile bleaching process should be collected and reviewed, and federal regulations for control of bleaching process occupational hazards are inadequate. (
  • Accident hazards in the textile industries and ways of meeting them. (
  • 7. Textile industry and occupational cancer. (
  • It also foresees measures to tackle the unintentional release of microplastics from textiles, ensure the accuracy of green claims, and boost circular business models, including reuse and repair services. (
  • Young startups in particular have terrific ideas about how to change the industry, and the courage to tread new paths in the world of fashion. (
  • The U.S. industry is the third largest exporter of textile-related products in the world. (
  • The total attendance of the "Russian Week of Textile and Light Industry" reached 15,500 people , including representatives of the authorities of the Russian Federation, official ministries and departments from Russia, Turkey, Italy, the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Republic of Kazakhstan and other countries of the world. (
  • The European textile and fashion industry is facing many challenges that need to be overcome if it is to remain competitive on the world market. (
  • This growth can be attributed to population increase, improving standards of living, and rise in development and expenditure on clothing and other textiles. (
  • Textile surfactants market in North America and Europe is likely to witness stagnant growth. (
  • The textile industry in Bangladesh has been a great engine for boosting economic growth in the country. (
  • The growing awareness about the superior functionality and application of technical textiles encourages the higher consumption of technical textiles and related products. (
  • Textile products are now major components in everything from heart valves and stents to aircraft bodies and advanced body armor. (
  • Textile surfactants are derived from sugar by-products, fatty acids, natural oils, polyglycerol, and lignin as well as petroleum products and oleochemicals. (
  • Thus, textile surfactant manufacturers in the region are expecting an increase in demand for their products. (
  • We want to support people in their work, leisure and sporting activities with intelligent textile products. (
  • Tim brings a deep level of industry insight and experience to this new role, which will extend key products into a new segment," said Blake Ruttenberg, EVP of Sales, Marketing and Product Development at American Textile Company. (
  • Though this policy laid greater emphasis on modernisation and technological upgradation, which made more cloth available in the domestic market, there was no major improvement in the international competitiveness of the Indian textile industry. (
  • Changing consumer preferences and advancements in technology is anticipated to drive the global textile surfactants market. (
  • Growing demand for geotextile, construction textiles, and other technical textiles from various industries is expected to drive the global textile surfactants market. (
  • The global textile surfactants market is highly fragmented in 2018. (
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced seven PM MITRA (Mega Integrated Textile Region and Apparel) parks in Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh that will be set up with an outlay of ₹4,445 crore. (
  • From the daily wear apparel to home décor, textiles have taken over. (
  • For this reason, we develop and produce highly-functional fabrics, knits and innovative textile technologies. (
  • The UV flatbed that a shop may be using for rigid materials can also be used to print fabrics, although it is not the ideal platform for textiles. (
  • The specific measures will include ecodesign requirements for textiles, clearer information, a Digital Product Passport and a mandatory EU extended producer responsibility scheme . (
  • Central to the project was the Vandewiele VSi42 Versatile Smart Innovator weaving machine at TU Dresden's Institute of Textile Machinery (ITM). (
  • Water Pollution and the Textile Industry in Bangladesh: Flawed Corporate Practices or Restrictive Opportunities? (
  • With the implementation of the New Economic Policy, the government issued the Textiles (Development and Regulation) Order 1993 that delicensed this industry. (
  • Last forty years are the indication of the Pakistan strength in this industry, currently Pakistan is the forth larger producer of cotton although the effects of global economic. (
  • Safety information profile: bleaching processes associated with the textile industry. (
  • Bio-based textile surfactants are derived from renewable raw materials. (
  • Companies have come up with packaging solutions, including bio-based materials and packaging as a service, that could lessen the environmental footprint of an industry that is a major consumer of packaging material. (
  • Textile companies have started to produce specifically for these markets and are now supplying a wide range of materials as the basis for high performance composites that are suitable for structural or semi-structural parts. (
  • The weaving technology is enabling the Fraunhofer experts to cost-effectively produce materials with complex, application-specific textile structures and integrated functions. (
  • Latex inks are water-based and are suitable for a wide variety of coated and uncoated materials in addition to textiles. (
  • Sputum samples were collected from 156 workers employed in 15 cotton textile mills, and expression of epithelial membrane antigen (EMA) and cytokeratin (CK) marker proteins was investigated. (
  • The study was conducted in China as it has had a large, stable textile workforce who work life-long jobs in the mills. (
  • Fashion Revolution Night, held on the Düsseldorf campus of WHU, provided ideas the fashion industry can use to transform itself. (
  • Finland, though, offers a wider range of green solutions for the fashion and textile industry. (
  • Vandewiele, the Belgian-headquartered weaving machinery manufacturer, has been involved in a number of recent research projects to develop next generation textiles for composites. (
  • Based near Pittsburgh, American Textile Company is one of the largest bedding manufacturers in the country and a leading provider of innovative sleep solutions sold under AllerEase ®, Sealy®, Tempur-Pedic® and store brands. (
  • The textiles ministry will oversee the execution of these projects and provide financial support of ₹500 crore for greenfield parks and ₹200 crore for brownfield parks as development capital support to the SPV of each park. (
  • Textile industry has always been the backbone of the Pakistan economy and it contributes many times in the development of Pakistan in terms of creation of job and earning from foreign trade. (
  • The parks will offer excellent infrastructure, plug-and-play facilities, as well as training and research support for the industry. (
  • Vandewiele jacquard technology is also proving central to research exploring the potential of hybrid woven technical textiles for composites at Hofzet, the Fraunhofer Institute for Wood Research. (
  • An econometric analysis has been done to identify the causes of occurrences of disputes, strikes, and lockouts in the Indian textile industry. (
  • If you work in an industry that uses hexavalent chromium, please read chemical labels and the accompanying Safety Data Sheet for hazard information. (
  • If you work in the degreasing industry or another industry where trichloroethylene is produced or used, you may be exposed by breathing in trichloroethylene-contaminated air or by contacting the chemical with your skin. (
  • It is most common in people who work in the textile industry. (
  • Stop smoking, especially if you work in textile manufacturing. (
  • Achievements and possibilities of accident prevention in American industries. (
  • The EU textiles strategy also aims to provide support to and accompany the textiles ecosystem throughout its transformative journey. (
  • We are very excited about the prospects for HYDRO_BOT as we see a great synergy for even smarter textile performance. (
  • Tim Keegan, the new SVP of Hospitality Sales at American Textile Company, said, "People are increasingly prioritizing wellness and healthier lifestyles. (
  • American Textile Company is a leader in bedding that promotes better sleep, and we look forward to bringing these solutions to hotels, and the next generation of hotel guests. (

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