EURATEX BULLETIN n° 4-2016 - gives an insight into the 2015 evolution of the Textile & Clothing sector and short terms prospects
· This Bulletin gives an insight into the 2015 evolution of the Textile & Clothing sector and short terms prospects, as well as the General European Economic Forecast Autumn 2016. It includes EU consolidated changes, trade estimates and basic structural data (production index, production prices, turnover, investments, household consumption, retail trade and consumer prices).
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Euratex Bulletin 2016-04 - Summary (EN & FR)
SET Final Report - TIME for Energy Efficiency in Textile SMEs
In Europe we have 54.000 Textile companies and approximately 635.000 workers producing anything from high tech fibers or fabrics which protect other people to fashionable items generating wealthand jobs. In 2015 the number of companies, the employment and the turnover of the EU textile sector as a whole have all slightly grown, for the first time in many years. In Euratex we see how Sustainability in all of its very diverse forms lays at center of the business strategy of many European companies, whether they are large or small ones with some 9 people family-companies.
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Towards a 4th Industrial Revolution of Textiles and Clothing
A Strategic Innovation and Research Agenda for the European Textile and Clothing Industry - October 2016.
The present document is the result of a process involving hundreds of textile research, technology and industry experts from across Europe over a period of almost one year to identify and describe the major Strategic Innovation Themes and corresponding Research Priorities of the European textile and clothing industry for the next 10 years. This work was coordinated by the European Technology Platform for the Future of Textiles and Clothing, Europe’s most comprehensive expert network for t...
EURATEX BULLETIN n° 3-2016 - countries reports of the Economic situation in the Textile and Clothing Industry in 2015 and outlook for 2016
· This Bulletin provides detailed reports of the Economic situation in the Textile and Clothing Industry in 2015 and outlook for 2016 - These reports are written by Associations present in each EU-28 Member states, Africa, Argentina, Belarus, Brazil, Colombia, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Macedonia, Norway, Serbia, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, South Africa, Taiwan, Tunisia, Turkey and USA.
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Euratex Bulletin 2016-03 - Summary - (EN)
EURATEX BULLETIN n° 2-2016 - an analysis of EU external trade in 2015
. This Bulletin includes, under part A, an analysis of EU external trade in 2015- global sector as well as countries that are the main suppliers or customers of the EU. It also evaluates the weight of regions and sectors in EU trade during the period under review. Furthermore, part B gives a special report with tables and graphs for each of the 33 main EU trade partners.
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Euratex Bulletin 2016-2 - Summary - (EN & FR)
EURATEX BULLETIN n° 1-2016 - an in-depth analysis of the EU Textile and Clothing External Trade 2014-2015.
· This Bulletin provides an in-depth analysis of the EU Textile and Clothing External Trade 2014-2015. It includes trade evolution by sector (i.e. natural & man-made fibres, yarns & threads, woven & knitted fabrics, carpets, home textiles, occupational wear, men & women clothing), by products (around 140 products i.e.: cotton yarn, denim fabric, bed linen, woven trousers,.. ) and by EU trading partners (33 countries).
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Euratex Bulletin 2016-01 - Summary - (EN & FR)
Euratex Annual Report - 2015
Textile and clothing remains one of the largest manufacturing industries in Europe. In 2015, a number of positive trends emerged in our sector. For the first time in many years, employment in the European textile and clothing industry rose as a whole and our companies hired new employees. Despite vigorous global competition, our companies managed to increase their turnover thanks to improved confidence from consumers in the EU.