January/February 2022

On The Cover:

The Covid-19 pandemic has created supply chain disruptions that have jammed U.S. ports and created shortages of trucks, truck trailers, drivers, warehouse space and more.

Photograph courtesy of Georgia Port Authority

Executive Forum

Orders Boom, Business Hampered

How Uster is meeting multiple global challenges to serve growing demand TW Special Report The order situation may be excellent for many companies, but there is...

Quality Fabric Of The Month

Viably Vibrant

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of its ECONYL® nylon, Aquafil partnered with Delos to create the Technicolor Collection of rugs. By Rachael S. Davis, Executive...

From The Editor

Textile World’s Pursuit Of The Digital Issue

By James M. Borneman, Editor In Chief Founded in 1868 and published for more than 150 years, Textile World magazine has always had two directives:...

Business & Financial

January/February 2022: Textile Activity At A Glance

January/February 2022

Yarn Market

Demand Steady; Costs Soar

By Jim Phillips, Yarn Market Editor Despite soaring raw materials prices, product demand from U.S. yarn spinners remains relatively strong. As has been the case...

Nonwovens/Technical Textiles News

Fiber World News

New HQ For Natureworks

TENCEL™ Turns 30

Dyeing, Printing & Finishing News

Knitting/Apparel News

Bulletin Board

January/February 2022


January/February 2022