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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Lao Vice President Pany Yathotou has stressed the need for the country’s clothing factories to comply with measures introduced to prevent the spread of coronavirus...
Philippine clothing exporters have joined calls for the government to step in and address the deteriorating shipping and logistics situation in the country.
A research team from Kaunas University of Technology and the Lithuanian Energy Institute has developed a new technique to transform lint microfibres found in clothes...
Svegea has supplied three of its latest high-speed collarette band cutting machines for the production of tubular apparel components to Triteks Trejd in North Macedonia.
China is expected to become a major market for Vietnamese textiles and clothing owing to the country facing numerous challenges when exporting items to the...
TK-Style, part of Tekstil-Kontakt, one of Ukraine’s leading textile and clothing producers, will supply around 10,000 jackets for the mounted police of Germany this year.
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.