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Polish clothing retailer invests in automation and logistics

Poland’s largest clothing retailer plans to invest in logistics and automation and may increase prices in a bid to improve margins and combat higher labour costs.

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Baltic states textile producers to expand production

Textile producers in the Baltic states plan to increase output this year to avoid shortages caused by the disruption of supplies from China owing to the coronavirus outbreak.

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New workwear and sportswear facility in Russia

Arkada Industrial Association, based in Ishimbay, Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia, plans to produce workwear and sportswear at a new facility in the Alga special economic zone.

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Bulgarian companies switch to sewing protective clothing

Several garment companies in Bulgaria are now producing protective clothing to combat the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

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Uzbekistan's state-sponsored cotton system to be abolished

Uzbekistan’s state quota system for cotton crops is being, ending a decades-old arrangement that encouraged forced labour in the industry.

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Government support for Tajik silk fabric producers

The government of Tajikistan is to provide a package of measures for producers of satin, silk fabrics and adras (a traditionally woven fabric with a glossy silk warp) in an effort to stimulate production and exports.

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Russian textile and clothing imports from China hit by coronavirus epidemic

Owing to the ongoing coronavirus epidemic in China, almost all Russian textile and clothing producers have begun to search for alternative partners that could replace their Chinese suppliers.

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Hungarian wool industry seeks investment for processing facility

A tender worth €10m (US$10.8m) is being offered by the Hungarian government to establish a wool processing facility, of which only €4m (US$4.3m) is required to be paid back, according to Janos Vass of Hungarowool, a leading wool exporter in Hungary.

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Lithuanian producer is first to meet Greenpeace standards

Global environmental organisation Greenpeace has recognised SBA Group company Utenos Trikotazas as the first, and so far only, company in the world to work entirely according to its textiles procurement standard.

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