DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/p7btwm/style_industry) has announced the addition of the "Style Industry Management Briefing: Fibres and Fabrics, Changes in Supply and Demand" report to their offering.
A continuing shift in the apparel and textile trade landscape is putting pressure on fibre and fabric production worldwide.
World fibre production, especially for cotton, remains strong, with cotton prices stabilising after a few years of high prices. Yet the apparel and textile trade landscape is shifting, and as production moves away from China and domestic demand in Asia booms, there will be more pressure on fibre and fabric production worldwide.
While cotton may still be king, manufacturers are seeking new cost-effective strategies, innovation is widening the source of available fibre materials, and environmental sustainability is set to be the default option of the future. All are explored in this month's management briefing.
Key Topics Covered:
2. Cotton still king but alternatives abound
3. Sustainability set to be default option in future
4. Innovation widens sources of fibre materials
5. Manufacturers seek strategies for cost savings
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