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Britain Will Ban Imports From China

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APR Encourages Supply Chains as the Focus of the Road Map

Pakistan's Exports to Indonesia Supported by Textile Products

ARGO Optimistic Will Improve Performance in 2021

APSyFI : PLB Threatens to Eliminate US $ 8.3 Million Yarn Exports

Stake Holder : Textile Industry Needs Fundamental Changes

Johan Vanwelden, Co-owner and Co-CEO of Lava Textiles admits that yarn products from Indonesia are known for their good quality. That fact is also the main reason for his party to import raw materials from the country. Moreover, the Belgian family-owned company, which was founded in 1925, wants to have the same thread for the production of quality knitted mattress ticking in all of its production centers.With the certification, Lava Textiles can also claim to its customers that the yarns used are of better quality and some yarns from other countries.

Textile company Lenzing Group introduced jeans or denim with sustainable lyocell fibers under the TENCEL™ brand with a matte type for the denim industry on Tuesday (19/10). This type of fiber is specially designed to reduce the shimmering effect on denim products, thereby enhancing the functionality of fabrics that use a natural dyeing system for blue or dark colors, otherwise known as the indigo dyeing system. Director of Global Business Development Denim and Americas Lenzing AG Tricia Carey explained that her party has been working closely with consumers and fabric manufacturing partners to meet the needs of consumers who want to have a denim fabric option made from matte.

The Indonesian Batik Foundation (YBI) in collaboration with the Jakarta Textile Museum decorated the Jakarta Textile Museum Building with ancient and classic batik fabrics at the exhibition entitled "Revealing the Symbolic Meaning of Batik Motifs in a Pandemic Era". This was done to enliven the 2021 National Batik Day activities on Saturday (2/10/2021). The exhibition presented various motifs of classic batik cloth, namely patchwork, gringsing, and udan lyrical motifs. These three motifs were chosen because they are considered to have meanings that are relevant to the current situation.

Many manufacturers are starting to give in to the high price of coal. They are starting to switch to other energy sources that can guarantee stock availability at affordable prices. This happens to manufacturers in the textile industry to have to stop production. "Full stop of two factories, both in Tangerang. Some have reduced their capacity by only half, that's in several companies," said Secretary General of the Association of Filament Yarn and Fiber Producers (APSyFI), Redma Gita Wirawasta, Monday (25/10/21). .However, dependence on coal cannot be completely eliminated. Some textile manufacturers still need to use this commodity as a coal boiler.

 The Ministry of Industry enlivened the Indonesian Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai by exhibiting the Making Indonesia 4.0 roadmap which was launched by the President of the Republic of Indonesia Joko Widodo on April 4, 2018 in front of the world. This roadmap is an initiative to accelerate industrial development so that Indonesia is ready to enter the industrial era 4.0 which focuses on seven industrial sectors, including; food and beverage, textile and clothing, automotive, chemical, electronics, pharmaceutical and medical devices.