January/February 2024

On The Cover

One of the keys to Germany-based DiloGroup’s new MicroPunch intensive needling nonwoven technology is specially designed needles arranged in modules — developed by Groz-Beckert GmbH, Germany — that contain up to 45,000 needles per meter per board.

Executive Forum

Challenges, Opportunities & Best Practices In Sewn Products

SPESA President Michael McDonald shares some insights about the association’s upcoming Advancements in Manufacturing Technologies Conference. TW Special Report The Raleigh, N.C.-based Sewn Products Equipment &...

Quality Fabric Of The Month

Quality Fabric Of The Month: Saucony Runs After A More Sustainable Future

Saucony’s Triumph RFG running shoe features a cotton upper and 55-percent Susterra® propanediol mid-sole for a more sustainable performance product. By Rachael S. Davis, Executive...

From The Editor

U.S. Textiles 2024: Fingers Crossed

By Jim Borneman, Editor In Chief The “January 2024 Manufacturing ISM® Report On Business®”on TextileWorld.com in the Breaking News section suggests that business will remain...


January/February 2024

Bulletin Board

January/February 2024