Clothes manufacturing in the UK has seen a striking revival since 2007.
For the global mergers and acquisitions market, 2014 has been a year of strong recovery.
Pacific Brands has split up and sold its loss-making Brand Collective division to three different buyers for a total of $39 million.
Pacific Brands has confirmed that it is in talks involving the sale of its Brand Collective division.
META has unveiled a new collaborative hub, based around the textiles, clothing and footwear industry.
META has launched an Australian Made Clothing Hub, aiming to increase the amount of locally-made clothing sold within the country.
Pacific Brands has announced David Bortolussi as its new CEO, filling the position left by John Pollaers in July.
Target Australia has listed its Bangladeshi supplier factories as part of a movement towards greater supply chain transparency.
In the fifth and final part of our Hidden Champions series, Brent Balinski talks to Phillip Butler from Textor about his company’s approach to investing, innovating and growing its output.
Nobody Denim has built itself into a brand known for quality and style. Co-founder John Condilis told Brent Balinski about the company’s journey and its plans to grow.
Kresta has recommended that shareholders accept a takeover bid from Suntarget Trading, a subsidiary of Chinese textiles company APlus.
Wangaratta business Bruck Textiles has gone into liquidation and been bought by Australian Textile Mills.
The CEO of clothing company Pacific Brands has announced his resignation after a disagreement with the rest of the board on the company’s direction.
The leather industry has shrunk at a compounded annual growth rate of 4.1 per cent in the last five years, according to a new report.
Australian clothing company A & B Knitwear has credited its survival to focussing on premium wool products and diversification.
A new feature at Manufacturers’ Monthly is our Week In Focus wrap-up of the big stories. This week managing editor Kevin Gomez talks us through Tomago Aluminium’s new industrial park and Akubra’s sourcing difficulties.
Akubra has been made to import most of its hats’ key component – rabbit fur – due to a shortage in local supply.
The Textile, Clothing and Footwear Union has criticised the federal government’s decision to end funding to Ethical Clothing Australia
Pacific Brands has said that it expects difficult conditions to continue following a first-half after-tax loss of $219 million.
Pacific Brands will shed 50 jobs in its customer service division.