Textiles South East Asia is a monthly newsletter providing hard-to-find commercial news, information and business opportunities of the textile and clothing industries in South East Asia. This developing region offers new prospects for marketing products and services, as well as sourcing opportunities, in Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
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Serbian company Luss Textile has struck a deal with German fashion designer Philipp Plein to produce jackets under the brand that bears his name.
Two PTT subsidiaries have joined together to produce materials for making single-use medical face masks for the global market under a newly established company, Innopolymed,...
Kraig Biocraft Laboratories, a biotechnology company focused on the development and commercialisation of spider silk, and Kings Group have established Spydasilk Enterprises as a Singapore-based...
Asia Pacific Rayon, the largest integrated viscose fibre producer in Indonesia, has secured a syndicated loan facility worth IDR4.
Photo: UNICEF Cambodia/Chansereypich Seng Cambodia has started vaccinating textile and clothing workers in a bid to inoculate half a million of them by the end of...
Published by Textile Media Services, Textiles South East Asia is a monthly electronic newsletter targeted at major textile and clothing companies and organisations, and suppliers of machinery, equipment, fibres, dyestuffs and chemicals, who are looking at investing in, or marketing to, the emerging South East Asian region.
Read by top management, chief executives and decision-makers in the international textile and clothing industry with an interest in capitalising on the economic boom in South East Asia.