Textilegence brings local and global markets together with its 43rd issue

43rd issue will be glued to the hands of industry professionals with its full content.

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Emre Yoleri
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.

Textilegence, closely followed by textile and printing professionals, met its readers with Textilegence July August 2020 issue. 43rd issue will be glued to the hands of industry professionals with its full content. In the new issue, while the works of the companies related to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic are presented in detail, on the other hand, there are important studies that will affect the future of the textile and printing industry. Both Turkey suffered the pangs of transformation as well as global markets. You will witness the first steps of producing more technical products with more digital methods in this issue.

We can list the important topics waiting for you in the Textilegence July August 2020 issue as follows;

  • Textile exports achieved a significant increase in June compared to both the pandemic period and the previous year? What do the figures show? In which markets has growth been achieved?
  • What are the features of the antiviral fabric developed by Boyteks? Where can this fabric be used?
  • What is the situation for Turkish cotton? ISO prepared a recipe for cotton production? What’s in there?
  • KARL MAYER’s purchase process for Stoll has been completed. Will the Stoll brand continue?
  • Truetzschler makes it easier for yarn manufacturers to work with digital applications. What possibilities does My Mile offer?
  • How does the fabric developed by Yünsa work against the virus?
  • What advantages does Rieter’s compact system bring in spinning?
  • What measures did Itema, Oerlikon, Brückner, Biancalani, SPGPrints and Lupamat Compressor take against the Covid-19 pandemic? Has there been a change in their market-oriented work? Interviews with company officials reveal a strong stance and draw attention to the measures taken.
  • What kind of path did Turkish textile machinery manufacturers follow during the pandemic? What measures have they taken, what has changed in their sales and orders?
  • What kind of path did Turkish textile machinery manufacturers follow during the pandemic? What measures have they taken, what has changed in their sales and orders?
  • Which fibre fabrics are most resistant to fire? The results achieved with the tests can surprise you.
  • Which textile machines were sold to which markets in 2019? What do the increasing and decreasing segments show? All are included in the report of the ITMF.

Textilegence July August 2020 has been published
Textilegence July August 2020 has been published

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  • Denim and sustainability side by side, two challenges. So how possible is sustainability in denim production? ISKO tells how they achieved this.
  • Eruslu Nonwoven made its new investment from Andritz? So what is this new investment?
  • What does Bosch Security Systems offer to make your production process and facility safer?
  • Which fairs and events have been postponed and cancelled due to the pandemic? Have new dates been announced for the events? New information about Dornbirn GFC, Denim Mumbai and FESPA 2021 is here.

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