Paper & Textiles News

Jan 16, 2017
The Hanjin Shipping bankruptcy, the realigning of shipping alliances and the possibility of mergers impacted container and shipping space availability...

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Jan 05, 2017
Japan Airlines has announced plans to transform used clothing into jet fuel. It is hoped the unique recycling project will make a big difference in a...
Dec 14, 2016
The UK, Europe’s largest exporter of recovered fibre by far, shipped more overseas in October than in any month since February, according to latest...
Dec 09, 2016
Reflecting the increasing trend among paper companies to use technical measurement in their control procedures, the Confederation of European Paper...
Nov 21, 2016
Major US-based forklift supplier Toyota Industrial Equipment Manufacturing (TIEM) recently made a change to its workers' shirts and uniforms....
Nov 15, 2016
As previously reported, recovered paper collection volumes in many parts of Europe were slow to recover after the summer holiday period - partial...
Nov 14, 2016
Dow Chemical subsidiary Dow Corning has entered a partnership with RecuLiner - a Belgian company responsible for developing a recycling technology...
Nov 10, 2016
'Millions of tons' of cotton-polyester blend material currently dumped in landfills could now be recycled thanks to a patented process...
Nov 03, 2016
'Europe is the world leader when it comes to recycling paper,' declared Ulrich Leberle at the Paper Recycling Conference in Rotterdam...
Oct 31, 2016
Following recent negative coverage of the second-hand clothing industry in both Newsweek and the Huffington Post, America's Secondary Materials...
Oct 21, 2016
OCC prices for exports from Europe to China were around US$ 165-plus per tonne at the start of the third quarter but ended the period slightly higher...