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Fashion’s environmental governance begins with nearshoring and onshoring

If the US fashion industry shifts to onshoring and nearshoring it will reap the benefits from both a business and environmental point of view, writes National Council of Textile Organizations (NCTO)’s Kimberly Glas in https://www.just-style.com/. Decisions made decades ago have come back to haunt the fashion industry when it comes to environmental governance. About 30 years […]

Domestic Textile Groups Tell Biden Administration Penalty Tariffs Counteract China’s Unfair Trade Advantage & Give American Producers a Chance to Compete

WASHINGTON –The Biden administration’s Section 301 penalty tariffs on finished textiles and apparel counteract China’s unfair trade advantages and give U.S. manufactures a chance to compete, two key American textile manufacturing groups told the Biden administration today. Removing tariffs, the associations said, would reward China, put U.S. manufacturers at a competitive disadvantage and do nothing […]

NCTO Member Spotlight: Carolina Cotton Works

Carolina Cotton Works, Inc. President Bryan Ashby highlights his company’s important contribution to the U.S. textile supply chain. CCW is a family-owned textile dyeing and finishing company that serves industries from performance apparel to aerospace textiles. http://www.carolinacotton.com/