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Value Chain Stage: Fabric

Fabric is a planar structure consisting of yarns or fibers. Greige fabric typically refers to fabric that has not undergone chemical or colorant treatment. Fabric constructed from yarn can be interlaced (woven), interloped (knitted), knotted, or intertwined to form the fabric. When yarn is not present, fibers can be adhered together using a variety of bonding methods to form what is commonly referred to as a nonwoven fabric or felt.

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Sustainability

  • Textile Exchange Report Shows Increased Global Organic Cotton Production
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  • Sustainable Dyeing and Finishing
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  • ICL-Industrial Products Launches TexFRon Sustainable FR Dispersions for Textiles
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  • Naturally Advanced Technologies of Portland seals deal with Hanesbrand
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  • From Waste to Worth
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  • Ecotextile News
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  • Video - Sustainability explained through animation
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  • Video - The business case for sustainability
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  • Video - The story of LIFE (Low Impact For the Environment)
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  • NC Project Green
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  • Fair Trade USA partnership with Textile Exchange
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  • NatureWorks nominated for 2011 Leader of Change Award
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  • Eco Textile Labels
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Publications

Research

  • North Carolina and the Global Economy
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  • North Carolina Business History
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  • State of the Union of the Textile Industry in North Carolina Part II
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  • Current Industrial Report MQ313A: Textiles (updated quarterly)
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  • Military/Government Textiles Conference Resources
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  • Narrow Fabrics Marketplace
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  • TexEd eLearning Opportunities
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  • Increasing the Economic Competitiveness of the U.S. Textile Industry
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  • Logistical Model for Closed Loop Recycling of Textile Materials
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  • Performance Measurement of Textile and Apparel Supply Chains in Developing Countries
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  • Successful Sustainability Integration for the North Carolina & South Carolina Textile Complex: Encouraging Competitiveness by Uncovering Best Practices
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  • Capabilities and Limitations of Print-on-Demand Inkjet Digital Textile Printing and the American Craft Niche Market
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  • Plasma Surface Modification of Polyaramid Fibers for Protective Clothing
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  • Building Frameworks for Competitiveness and Innovation: Identification of Strategies and Tactics to Aid the Performance Textile Industry
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  • South Carolina Export Summary 1999-2011
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  • North Carolina's Textile and Apparel Industry: Recent Survey Results
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Trade Data

  • NC Exports of Yarn, Fabric & Finishing Mills
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  • U.S. Knit Fabric Production: 2005
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  • U.S. Knit Fabric Production: 2005 (by quarter)
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  • U.S. Woven Fabric Production: 2005
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  • U.S. Woven Fabric Production: 2005 (by quarters)
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  • U.S. Textiles and Apparel Imports by Category (2009 - 2011)
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  • Export Opportunities
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  • Market Reports & Tariffs - By Country
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  • NORTH CAROLINA ECONOMIC OVERVIEW: FEBRUARY 2012
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  • Top 10 US Import Countries for Textile Mill Products (NAICs 314) in 2011
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  • Top 10 US Export Countries for Yarn & Fabric (NAICS 313) in 2011
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  • Top 10 US Import Countries for Yarn & Fabric (NAICS 313) in 2011
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  • Top 10 US Export Countries for Textile Mill Products (NAICs 314) in 2011
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