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Entry bands made of PET bottles, a red carpet made of old fishing nets and plastic waste recovered from the sea, a ball gown made of roses - this year's "Bundespresseball" was all about change. With sustainable concepts, new materials and a clever recycling economy, the textile industry can also make an important contribution to sustainability. Ingeborg Neumann was happy to give the guests an insight into our highly innovative textile world.

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15 jacquard machines running around the clock - they are the realm of Sarah Winkelmann. In a series, the "Free Press" introduces young people in traditional professions.
The young woman is a machine and plant operator textile technology in the Ertex weaving plant in Rodewisch. When asked, "What's the beauty of this job?" she says, "Actually, everything."

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The Ertex is one of the 34 best companies in Germany, in which health is capitalized, the so-called excellence class. Since the beginning of 2018, IKK has been supporting Peppermint Holding GmbH in the health sector.

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Every morning, first of all, we think about what we wear today, but textile is much more: in living, in cars and airplanes as textile lightweight construction, in medicine and in environmental technology, everywhere you will find textiles ..." - Ingeborg Neumann in the magazine to the upcoming Federal Press Ball on 29th of November in Berlin.

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This year the underwear specialist Dilling won the first place at "Successvirksomhed". The company relies on long-term partnerships in the supply chain and a special finishing technology in-house.

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Ingeborg Neumann, President of the textil+mode Association, in the NOZ interview on sustainability in the textile industry, innovation and the location Germany.

 

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The basic principle of intelligent living environments is to install technical systems anywhere in the house where they are needed. However, the necessary power and communication connections are not always available. In the new project ConText, a consortium under the coordination of the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) is developing a user-friendly and intuitive technology for smart textile surfaces, which makes walls and floors in living areas usable for cable-based power supply and communication.

 

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As a warm-up to Berlin Fashion Week, the North Rhine-Westphalian textile industry presented itself at the NRW office at the Federal Government in Berlin. The event premiered the first PolitFashionNight.

 

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Until Friday, we are presenting our textile developments in Hall 3.1, Stand G23 at Techtextil in Frankfurt. Techtextil is the leading international trade fair for technical textiles and nonwovens. Visit us, take a seat on our aircraft chair and learn all about our project: Kolumbus combines the skills of the Peppermint Group: Spinning, weaving and finishing – all at the highest technical level.

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With a video campaign, the Confederation of the German Textile and Fashion Industry called for a strong Europe as the basis for successful economic action in the run-up to the European elections.

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"While the Federal Government is working on an industrial concept, it is forgetting the concrete concerns of small and medium-sized enterprises. That is causing material problems," so Ingeborg Neumann, Ppresident of the Confederation of the German Textile and Fashion Industry, in the guest commentary of German national newspaper Handelsblatt.

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Textile network is focusing this year on the shortage of skilled workers and young talents in the textile industry. To kick off this series, Ingeborg Neumann, President of the Confederation of the German Textile and Fashion Industry deals with a question that many companies are currently asking themselves: What can be done to counter the growing shortage of skilled workers?

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The East German textile industry is particularly affected by the shortage of skilled workers. Companies are therefore stepping up their efforts to recruit suitable foreign employees.

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Zwickauer Kammgarn Spinnerei is struggling with rising costs for raw materials. The management therefore wants to change tack.

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Currently, 25 young people from six countries are undergoing vocational training.

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