PRESSRELASE: Over the past year, TMAS, the Swedish Textile Machinery Association, has been working with ClimatePartner on a corporate carbon footprint (CCF) mapping project with its member companies, as a natural step towards supporting a more sustainable textile industry.
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The interest in local textile production in Sweden is growing as a result of the need for more sustainable production
Read a translation of the pressrelease into Portuguese here. As the fourth largest textiles manufacturer in the world, Brazil’s annual
TMAS was founded in 1997 to support and promote Swedish textile machinery manufacturers. The organization has become an important factor
This follows a new agreement with Eastman Machine Company, of Buffalo, New York, building on a partnership dating back over
PRESSRELEASE: 220516 On its introduction back in 1952, this machine – used by garment manufacturers around the world for the
PRESSRELEASE: 220420 Digitalisation and the push for more sustainable, shorter and less expensive supply chains are currently making manufacturing in
More than 93 per cent of the exhibition space has been sold by the application deadline of 15 March 2022.
PRESSRELEASE mars 2022 “These are far from standard machines,” explains TEXO President Anders Svensson. “Off-the-shelf industrial weaving machines generally range
PRESSRELEASE 20220303 “Everybody is looking to automate right now, and not in the huge factories of the past, but with