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Summer livens up with Textilegence July August 2021 issue

You will be glued to the Textilegence July August 2021 issue with its full up content.

Emre Yolerihttps://www.textilegence.com
After completing his high school education in College St.Vincent in Belgium, Emre Yoleri returned to Turkey and has begun his university education at Gazi University, Department of Labor Economics and Industrial Relations. He left this department and completed Eskişehir Anadolu University Faculty of Business Administration. He is currently pursuing an MBA at Bahçeşehir University. Emre began his career in 2005 working in customer relationship, strategy planning and reporting departments in public and private sector companies and managed several projects. Yoleri has been working in international relations, project development, organization and writing at NEFA PR agency since 2015.

There has been a serious recovery in several sectors since June when the re-normalization started. What do the latest developments in the textile and printing industries show in this period, which coincides with the summer months? You will find the answer to this in the Textilegence July August 2021 issue. With the increase in vaccination worldwide, textile fairs from the world and Turkey rolled up their sleeves for face-to-face meetings again. While Turkey’s textile and raw materials were on the rise in exports, the global textile machinery market experienced a decline in 2020. Global organic cotton production hit a record high in 2019/20. The ‘Sustainability Action Plan’ move came from the Turkish textile industry. 

Other topics in the Textilegence July August 2021 issue…

Yeşim Tekstil continues its investments in Ağrı without slowing down. Aksa Akrilik invests in smart textiles. Elif İplik, which has already used 2 Brückner lines, has chosen to invest in Brückner once more. 

Durak Tekstil aramid yarns are in high demand, especially in the US market, with their flame retardant feature. In addition, the company offers these yarns, which are very demanding to dye, to its customers in many different colours. You can find more detailed information about the usage areas and properties of Durak aramid yarn types in our magazine. In another news about technical yarns, we discuss the anti-slip Silicotex yarn of Massebeuf Textiles. 

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Denim manufacturers using Monforts’ technologies were at Première Vision Digital Denim Week with their latest and interesting solutions. You can read about Azgard 9’s ‘living’ clothing and sustainable solutions from other participants in detail in our magazine. The latest developments from the leading partners of the textile industry such as Truetzschler, Groz-Beckert and Picanol are also in this issue. 

We include a user experience in the UJF-MkII Series of direct-to-object printing by Mimaki, one of the leading brands in the printing industry. You can also find new neon colours and double-sided printing innovations of UV printing specialist swissQprint in the Textilegence July August 2021 issue. 

Summer livens up with Textilegence July August 2021 issue
Summer livens up with Textilegence July August 2021 issue

Exclusive interviews are in our new issue!

TotalEnergies lubricants offer sustainable high performance and technological products to the textile industry. In our exclusive interview with TotalEnergies Industrial Segment Manager Onur Onat, we talked about the company’s products and the details of their R&D processes. This issue also includes exclusive interviews with TGSD and Oba Perdesan. 

You can read all these new global and local developments in the textile industry and more in detail in the 49th issue of Textilegence.

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