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10.06.2021

Slowing: Neues Fashion-Label aus Pure-Eco-Produktion

Slowing wurde von der Portugiesin Tatiana Terreiro gegründet und hat seinen Sitz in der Schweiz. Genderneutral, ökologisch, entspannt – so der Auftritt des neuen Modelabel mit ausgeprägt nachhaltigem Charakter

Inspiriert von der Slow Fashion-Bewegung setzt Slowing auf limitierte Auflagen bei durchgängig nachhaltigen Prozessen über die gesamte Produktion hinweg. Jedes Kleidungsteil ist ein Unikat, das von Hand aus umweltfreundlichen Stoffen hergestellt und mit natürlichen Kräuterfarben bedruckt ist.

Neben recycelten Geweben und Bio-Baumwolle werden ebenso biologisch abbaubare Textilien z.B. aus Hanf, Rosenblättern, Bananenfasern, Orange, Bambus, Soja und Aloe Vera eingesetzt. Inspiriert von alten Techniken, wie u.a. Block Printing, erfolgt der Farbdruck der Slowing Muster gleichfalls auf Basis natürlicher Resourcen. Anstelle chemischer Pigmente werden die Slowing Farbstoffe aus Früchten, Blumen, Nüssen und Gemüse gewonnen. Die Mode von Slowing ist entsprechend umfassend zertifiziert, einschließlich GOTS, Fairtrade und EPFC.

Slowing wurde von der Portugiesin Tatiana Terreiro gegründet und hat seinen Sitz in der Schweiz. Genderneutral, ökologisch, entspannt – so der Auftritt des neuen Modelabel mit ausgeprägt nachhaltigem Charakter

Inspiriert von der Slow Fashion-Bewegung setzt Slowing auf limitierte Auflagen bei durchgängig nachhaltigen Prozessen über die gesamte Produktion hinweg. Jedes Kleidungsteil ist ein Unikat, das von Hand aus umweltfreundlichen Stoffen hergestellt und mit natürlichen Kräuterfarben bedruckt ist.

Neben recycelten Geweben und Bio-Baumwolle werden ebenso biologisch abbaubare Textilien z.B. aus Hanf, Rosenblättern, Bananenfasern, Orange, Bambus, Soja und Aloe Vera eingesetzt. Inspiriert von alten Techniken, wie u.a. Block Printing, erfolgt der Farbdruck der Slowing Muster gleichfalls auf Basis natürlicher Resourcen. Anstelle chemischer Pigmente werden die Slowing Farbstoffe aus Früchten, Blumen, Nüssen und Gemüse gewonnen. Die Mode von Slowing ist entsprechend umfassend zertifiziert, einschließlich GOTS, Fairtrade und EPFC.

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Global Success of Technical Textiles will be Reflected in HIGHTEX 2021 (c) HIGHTEX 2021
International Technical Textiles and Nonwoven Fair
28.12.2020

Global Success of Technical Textiles will be Reflected in HIGHTEX 2021

  • The nonwoven and technical textiles industry has become the focus of the whole world during the pandemic process.
  • Most countries carried out works for these sectors with their investments, production and innovations.

During the pandemic process, a new one is added every day to the works for the nonwoven and technical textiles sector, whose importance is increasing in line with the needs. Turkey has become a center of  technical textiles by showing that its accumulation in these field and power.

In the Turkish technical textiles sector, which has an export market of 107 billion dollars worldwide and continues to break its own export record every month, R&D and innovation investments continue without slowing down. Technical textile exports, which increased by 77 percent in last November compared to the same month of the previous year, increased by 55 percent in January - November period and reached 2.5 billion dollars. Thus, technical and smart textiles and production technologies both attracted more attention and gained more importance in line with the needs of the pandemic process.

  • The nonwoven and technical textiles industry has become the focus of the whole world during the pandemic process.
  • Most countries carried out works for these sectors with their investments, production and innovations.

During the pandemic process, a new one is added every day to the works for the nonwoven and technical textiles sector, whose importance is increasing in line with the needs. Turkey has become a center of  technical textiles by showing that its accumulation in these field and power.

In the Turkish technical textiles sector, which has an export market of 107 billion dollars worldwide and continues to break its own export record every month, R&D and innovation investments continue without slowing down. Technical textile exports, which increased by 77 percent in last November compared to the same month of the previous year, increased by 55 percent in January - November period and reached 2.5 billion dollars. Thus, technical and smart textiles and production technologies both attracted more attention and gained more importance in line with the needs of the pandemic process.

HIGHTEX 2021 International Technical Textiles and Nonwoven Fair, which will be held at Tüyap Fair and Congress Center on 22-26 June 2021, will be the exhibition where the latest technologies and products for nonwoven, technical and smart textiles which have become more important during the pandemic period and have become the focus of the whole world. Especially the products and technologies produced for the pandemic will attract more attention at the exhibition. HIGHTEX 2021 Exhibition, which will gather its exhibitors and visitors under one roof, will also allow new collaborations. At the same time, the exhibition, where developing technologies and products are exhibited, will provide a great advantage in terms of the formation of new business ideas.
HIGHTEX 2021, the first and only exhibition in Turkey in its field are expected to sign a new record in terms of number of exhibitors and visitors. You can visit www.hightexfairs.com website for more information about HIGHTEX 2021, which is preparing to attract more attention and host people than ever before.

Turkish textile manufacturers wait for ITM 2021 Exhibition (c) ITM
10.12.2020

Turkish textile manufacturers wait for ITM 2021 Exhibition to expand their investments

The Turkish textile industry, which continues its exports and investments without slowing down despite the devastating pandemic, once again proved its strength, especially in this period. ITM 2021 Exhibition, which will be held in Istanbul between 22 and 26 June 2021, will provide a great advantage to companies that desire to expand their investments and introduce their brand new technologies.

The Turkish textile industry, which continues its exports and investments without slowing down despite the devastating pandemic, once again proved its strength, especially in this period. ITM 2021 Exhibition, which will be held in Istanbul between 22 and 26 June 2021, will provide a great advantage to companies that desire to expand their investments and introduce their brand new technologies.

Although there were slowdowns in the textile industry in April and May this year due to the troublesome coronavirus pandemic , the Turkish textile industry succeeded a big breakthrough with the removal of restrictions in June, thanks to both its textile production infrastructure and international exports capacity. The exports of the textile and raw materials sector increased and the companies turned to new investments. While many local companies enlarged their facilities, some of them made new investment decisions. For example, while a giant hygienic and medical fabric production facility was invested in Çorlu, another Turkish company, a global brand in textile machinery production, decided to invest 40 million Turkish Lira. Gaziantep-based spunbond and meltblown nonwoven manufacturer company added two new meltblown lines to its operations. Another company also began to invest in the production of raw materials that they import. This investment activity in Turkey, where is a manufacturing base of European customers whet the appetite of international investors. One of South Korea's largest conglomerates has rolled up its sleeves for an investment of 430 million US Dollars in Çerkezköy. Due to the investments, the purchase of textile machinery increased by 37.1 percent in the first nine months of 2020 amounting to over 1 billion US Dollars.

The Accurate Address for Investment Decisions: ITM 2021 Exhibition
Although the companies took advantage of the pandemic period as an opportunity and continued their investments, many of them are waiting for the ITM 2021 Exhibition for large machinery purchases. ITM 2021 Exhibition, which will be held between 22 and 26 June 2021 at Istanbul Tüyap Fair and Congress Center, will gather thousands of participating companies and visitors under one roof. The company officials, who will have the opportunity to observe the latest technological products to be exhibited by the international and domestic exhibitors, will direct their investments by meeting with the experts of the sector. The machines produced for technical textiles, which became even more important during the devastating pandemic period, will attract the attention of visitors. Thanks to the machinery purchases and business partnerships of both domestic and international companies, there will be great dynamism in the textile industry and the national economy.

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ITM