Mundotextil, a Portuguese home textiles manufacturer gifted with state-of-the-art production and is a world reference in design, innovation, quality and for fitting into the market trends has launched a range of towels made from cotton, claims uses a fraction of the water and energy comparative to the industry norm.

Kemin Industries to diversify into the textile sector has acquired Garmon Chemicals, supplier of textile chemicals and auxiliaries. Garmon claims to have been the first textile chemical producer to be Greenscreen certified and has made its name predominantly in the denim treatment sector through the development of, amongst others, a safer system of denim bleaching which was launched in 2015.

The Yarn Expo Spring 2018, the leading trade event in the world's biggest yarn and fibre consuming market is ready to once again to create an effective sales and sourcing platform for the industry where more than 450 exhibitors are expected to take part.

A government-based firm, Japan External Trade Organization, will be hosting its first Japan Textile Salon in New York city. Around 22 textile exhibitors are chosen to showcase design techniques and the use of various fabrications and materials.

Heimtextil, the biggest international trade fair for home and contract textiles, is hosting 2,975 companies from various parts of the world, showcasing design innovations. Focusing on the textile interior design, the ongoing trade fair is presenting a large selection of bed linen, bedding, mattresses, bathroom textiles and table and kitchen linen.

Sutlej Textiles and Industries is an integrated textile manufacturing company, at the company’s board meeting held on 8 January 2018, the setting up of a green fibre project to manufacture polyester staple fibre by recycling of pet bottles at Samba, Jammu and Kashmir has been considered and approved.