New Report Documents Increased Worker Wages in Factories in China and Vietnam

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A new FLA report shows how its affiliates increased wages for factory workers in China and Vietnam.

Fair Labor Association presents examples of practical approaches that deliver living wages to workers

Too often, factory workers must work excessive overtime to supplement low pay to make ends meet, but that’s not fair to workers.”

— Sharon Waxman, FLA President & CEO

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, August 31, 2021 / — The Fair Labor Association (FLA) documents significant increases in net wages – ranging from 29 percent to 57 percent over a three-year period – in a new report released today. The increases allowed factory workers in China and Vietnam to earn a living wage without working overtime.

Factory workers in the supply chains of three FLA affiliates earned increased wages during the regular workweek as factories reduced excessive overtime – a persistent issue in apparel factories around the world and a common violation of the FLA standard on Hours of Work.

“Too often, factory workers must work excessive overtime to supplement low pay to make ends meet, but that’s not fair to workers,” said FLA President and CEO Sharon Waxman. “A better quality of life for factory workers is within reach when buyers, suppliers, and workers collaborate to achieve a living wage in a regular workweek.”

Overtime that exceeds 60 hours per week or leaves workers without one day of rest per week is common in global supply chains. Typically, factory workers seek overtime when they cannot afford basic expenses to support their families because of low pay earned during a regular workweek. Low pay is attributable to the pressure to produce products quickly and at a low cost based on expectations from buyers, retailers, and consumers.

The new FLA report, Reaching Living Wage for Garment Workers, presents practical approaches to achieving a living wage through better purchasing practices by buyers and better planning by factory management. Case studies in the report identify the root causes of excessive overtime and describe how buyers, suppliers, and workers collaborated to improve wages and reduce overtime.

Changes at the factory level included workforce engagement to ensure worker feedback was included as factories implemented new systems. The new approaches replaced outdated and insufficient piece-rate systems, allowing workers to earn higher base wages and diversified bonuses that rewarded quality and efficiency. The changes resulted in reduced overtime and wage increases during the regular workweek, exceeding the applicable Global Living Wage Coalition estimates.

For example, in China, New Era and its contract factory in Jiangsu began to talk more regularly about production capacity and upcoming orders. The factory adopted a higher base wage (replacing an hourly wage) and invested in new machinery to simplify production. Within two years, workers’ monthly net wages increased 57 percent.

In Vietnam, the Maxport Limited production facility in Nam Dinh changed its production planning schedule to assume a shorter workweek, built in time to account for unanticipated delays, and set stricter purchasing guidelines for its customers. Over a five-year period, the average increase in real wages was 39 percent.

The report is part of the FLA Fair Compensation Strategy, which outlines a path toward living wages for workers in global supply chains. As part of its fair compensation strategy, FLA developed a Fair Compensation Dashboard and wage data collection toolkit to help companies calculate what workers earn, understand the gap between actual and living wages, and measure progress over time. Using these tools led to the compensation changes described in the report. Today, the tools are used by more than 60 major apparel and footwear brands.

The FLA believes that every worker has a right to compensation for a regular workweek that is sufficient to meet the worker’s basic needs and provide some discretionary income. The FLA Workplace Code of Conduct states that employers shall pay at least the minimum wage or the appropriate prevailing wage, whichever is higher, comply with all legal requirements on wages, and provide any benefits required by law or contract. FLA-affiliated companies must take steps to progressively improve workers’ compensation when it is not sufficient to equal a living wage.

The Fair Labor Association promotes and protects workers’ rights and improves workplace conditions by facilitating collaboration among businesses, civil society organizations, and colleges and universities. The FLA, established in 1999, conducts independent monitoring to ensure that rigorous labor standards are upheld wherever its affiliates source their products by identifying the root causes of labor violations and proposing solutions to workplace problems.

Bill Furmanski
Fair Labor Association
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TITLE: The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Mississippi Endorses The Steinberg Law Group as the Top Asbestos Law Firm

For decades through the 1980s, asbestos was used in dozens of industries.

Pipefitters are at a higher risk of exposure to asbestos than most due to the hands-on nature of the job.

The Steinberg Law Group is affiliated with doctors around the country.

The Steinberg Law Group has the experiences, resources and results to obtain the maximum financial compensation for veterans


TITLE: The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Mississippi Endorses The Steinberg Law Group as the Best Asbestos Law Firm – Experience/Resources/Results

PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI, USA, August 31, 2021 / — The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Mississippi is dedicated to providing the best possible legal and medical assistance to those stricken with mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer. Anyone wishing to discuss their legal and/or medical options should call (888) 891-2200 to speak directly with an attorney from The Steinberg Law Group.

The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Mississippi has endorsed The Steinberg Law Group because of their vast experience in handling mesothelioma and other asbestos-related cases. With offices in New York, California and Texas, The Steinberg Law Group has a national footprint that helps win the best possible financial compensation for clients.

Typically, asbestos exposure will have occurred sometime between the 1950s and the 1980s. Some of the most prevalent professions that encountered large quantities of asbestos include power plant workers, maritime workers, industrial workers, plumbers, pipefitters, electricians, mechanics, machinists, miners, railroad workers and construction workers, to name a few. Since the latency period for mesothelioma patients is approximately 40 years, most people diagnosed with mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer in 2021 were exposed decades ago.

Fortunately, Mississippi does not contain any naturally occurring asbestos deposits. However, Mississippi residents should be wary of the heightened risks of asbestos exposure in the oil & gas, power plant and shipbuilding industries, to name a few. Risky occupations for asbestos exposure include welders, electricians, mechanics, gas fitters, dock workers, demolition workers, chemical workers, carpenters and boiler operators.

Jobsites and locations with known asbestos exposure in Mississippi include, but are not limited to, Ingalls Shipyard, Greenville Hospital, West Biloxi Treatment Plant, Coahoma County Hospital, Jacob & Rouse Cottages Columbia Training School, Mississippi State College for Woman, Greenville Steam Electric Station, Gerald Andrus Plant, Gariner J. High School, Jones County Hospital, Masonite Plant, R.H. Watkins High School, Kosciusko Cotton Mills, Aberdeen High School, Blackburn Junior High School, Binkley Junior High School, Callaway High School, Hinds Memorial Hospital, Green Elementary School, McWillis Elementary School, Rex Brown Power Plant, United County Hospital, University Medical School & Teachers Hospital, Mississippi Vocational College, Bernard Reed Green Coliseum, Hercules Turpentine Plant, Jack Watson Power Plant, Greenwood Leflore Hospital, Greenwood Power Plant, Henderson Generating Station, Henderson Power Plant, Denman Junior High School, Calvery Baptist Church, Jeff Anderson Hospital, Lauderdale County Courthouse, Mississippi Insane Asylum, Moss Point Shipyard, Redwoods Power Plant, Natchez Mill, University of Mississippi, Gulley Warehouse, F. B. Walker Shipyard, Schaupter Shipyard, Grand Gulf Nuclear Power Plant, Baxter Wilson Plant, White High School, Warren County Courthouse, Vicksburg Mill, Tupelo Cotton Mills, Mississippi State University, John M. Stone Cotton Mills, Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College, Morrow Power Plant and Blake Creek Refinery.

Known companies with asbestos exposure in Mississippi include, but are not limited to, Armstrong Cork Company, Ingalls Shipbuilding Corporation, Trinity Marine Group, Biloxi Electric Railway and Power Company, Coast Shipbuilding, Dubaz Brothers, Hunt Wesson Foods, Inc., Rhodes Flood Covering, Shell Fish Company, Southern Shell Fish Company, American Hardware Company, Emhart Company, Mississippi Cotton Seed Oil Company, Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Baxter Laboratories, Inc., New Orleans Furniture Manufacturing Company, Columbus Compress & Warehouse Company, Columbus Ice Coal Company, Columbus Railway Light Power Company, Gencorp, Inc., Homer C. Porter & Sons, Inc., Mitchell Engineering Company, Southern Pipe & Supply Company, Oldbury Electro Chemical Company, Occidental Chemical Corporation, Interstate Lumber Company, Hooker Chemicals and Plastics Corporation, Kimberly Clark Corporation, Rudolph Wurlitzer Manufacturing Company, Southbridge Plastic Products, Inc., Wurlitzer Piano Company, Georgia-Pacific Corporation, American Box Company, Cargill, Inc., Chicago Mill and Lumber Company, Delta Light and Traction Company, Mohasco Corporation, Mississippi Power and Light Company, Greenville Mills, Inc., Moscow Screw Company, P E Barnes Lumber Company, United States Gypsum Company, Uncle Ben’s, United States Axminster, Inc., Bailey Lumber Company, Continental Turpentine & Resin Corporation, David Herring Construction, Derrick Sheetmetal Works, Eastman, Gardiner and Company, Green Lumber Company, Gulf States Construction, Gulf States Investment Company, Hercules Chemical Company, Laurel Compress Company, Laurel Light and Railway Company, Laurel Machine & Foundry, Lindsey Wagon Company, Mason Fibre Company, Masonite Corporation, Mengel Company, R.L. Nix Plumbing, United Roofing & Construction, Aponang Manufacturing Company, Hamilton Manufacturing Company, Planters Oil Mill and Gin Company, T.S. Wambles Machine Shop, Buckeye Cellulose Corporation, Buckeye Cotton Oil Company, Century Manufacturing Company, Jackson Water Company, Jackson Steam Laundry, Jackson Railway and Light Company, Jackson Electric Railway Light and Power Company, J.P. Thompson, International Paper Company, Hood Furniture, Inc., Harper Supply Company, Inc., Glass Containers Corporation, Filtrol Corporation, F.M. Gravier, Entergy Mississippi, Inc., Enoch Lumber and Manufacturing Company, Engelhard Corporation, Jitney-Jungle, Inc., Kasten Masonry Sales, Inc., Mid-South Insulation Company, North Brothers, Inc., Mississippi Products and Supply Company, Straits Furniture Company, Crosby Chemical, E.I. Du Pont De Nemours and Company, Louisiana Pacific Corporation, Mississippi Power Company, Wicht Insulation Company, Inc., Olin Aluminum, Mandal Roofing, Indal Aluminum, Gulfport Creosoting Company, Foster Wheeler, Gulf Development Company, Gulfport and Mississippi Coast Traction Company, Associated Piping & Engineering Company, Inc., Olin Mathieson, Reichold Chemical, Phillips Milk of Magnesia Company, Struthers Wells Corporation, Toche Enterprise, Grenada Oil Company, Federal Compress & Warehouse Company, Memphis Hardware Flooring Company, Moss Brothers, Wood Preserving Corporation, North American Rockwell, General Electric, Greenwood Utilities Company, Mid-South Insulation Company, Sun Oil Company, Eagle Cotton Oil Company, Flintkote Company, Gulf States Creosoting Company, Meridian Laundry Company, Meridian Light and Railway Company, Rust Engineering Company, Tuscaloosa Veneer Company, St, Regis Paper Company, Shell Oil Company, Standard Oil Company, Thiokol Chemical Corporation, Southern Kraft Corporation, Smith’s Pogey Boats, D.A. Burge, H.K. Porter, Halter Marine, Armstrong Tire and Rubber Company, Diamond International, Fidelity Tire and Rubber Company, Fidelity Tire Manufacturing Company, Johns Manville Products Corporation, National Box Company, Titan Tire, Chambers Stove Company, U.S. Plywood Corporation, Alpo Petfoods, Inc., Americaloide, Badham Insulation Company, Inc., Callahan Construction, Chevron Oil Company, Chevron USA, Inc., Chicago Bridge & Iron Company, Clark Seafood Company, Coastal Chemical Corporation, Corchem Corporation, Corning Glass Company, Davy PowerGas, Inc., Hopeman Brothers, First Chemical Corporation, Engard Shipbuilding, Pascagoula Veneer Company, Quaker Oats Company, Selby-Buttersby, Shook & Fletcher Insulation Company, Inc., Mid-South Insulation Company, Mississippi Chemical Corporation, Bryan Foods, Babcock & Wilcox Company, Bryan Brothers Packing Company, Advance Gin and Mill Company, George F. Houston and Company, Grand Gulf Construction, Houston Brothers, Hudson Harwood Flooring Company, Illinois Central Railroad Company, Refuge Cotton Oil Company, Southwest Potash Corporation, Vicksburg Chemical Company, Spencer Chemical Company, Vicksburg Ice Company, Vicksburg Laundry and Cleaners, Vicksburg Light and Power Company, Vicksburg Railway and Light Company, Tennessee Valley Authority, Tupelo Concrete Products, Inc., Southland Oil, Amerada Hess Corporation, Hess Oil & Chemical, Pontiac Eastern, Kaiser Aluminum, Mississippi Gulf Refining Company and Advance Gin Mill Company.

Additionally, the following is a non-comprehensive list of Mississippi military sites with known risks of asbestos exposure: Keesler Air Force Base, Greenville Air Force Base, Gulfport Navy Base and Pascagoula Naval Station.

To determine the best possible medical treatment for your mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer, contact The Steinberg Law Group so a member of our team can determine which hospital/doctor in our network is most convenient for you. For more information about mesothelioma and asbestos-related lung cancer, call (888) 891-2200 or visit now.

Robert L. Steinberg
The Steinberg Law Group
+1 8888912200

Source: EIN Presswire

This Company Wants To Do To Mobile Games What Rihanna Did To The Beauty Industry

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ATLANTA, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, August 30, 2021 / — Girly Girls Games is launching “Girly Day,” a new fashion mobile game that will be available on Google Play and App Store starting September 7th, 2021. The game is aimed at girls ages 13 and below and features dark-skinned girls that are not just the “brown” versions of a main character.

The company’s ambition is to create games in which every girl would be properly represented in terms of skin color, outfits and hair textures. Rihanna had a similar vision when she launched Fenty Beauty, with the largest range of makeup foundation shades starting with the deepest shades of brown. Fast forward, major beauty brands are now more inclusive in their product lines and Rihanna is a billionaire.

Unfortunately, mobile fashion games still have a long way to go in terms of diversity and inclusion. A recent survey of the top 25 princess games on Google Play shows that only 3 featured a black or brown girl on their game icon. None featured a girl of Asian descent. None were dark-skinned with tight curls.

Girly Girls Games aims to bridge that gap with their new game. Girly Day is a step forward towards more diversity, with over 20 natural hairstyles.It is an all-in-one nail spa, hair salon, makeup studio, and princess fashion game. Among other things, it gives players the opportunity to mix and match fashion pieces from around the world, including Indian Sarees, British Tea hats, African Jewelry, and more.

As Sandhya Nankani in her article “Mind the Diversity Gap in Kid’s Digital Media” noted, “Our kids have the right to interact with media that reflects the diversity that exists in our societies today.” As more companies like Girly Girls Games step up to the plate, this could soon be a reality.

About Girly Girls Games

The company was founded by a team of moms who decided to come together to create games that girls around the world would love to play. As they said: “Our games are creative outlets for girls to express themselves. We want them to have fun, dream big, and achieve their full potential. We believe that every girl should have the opportunity to dress up a doll that looks like her, with clothes she would love to wear herself.”

Ivory Kay
Girly Girls Games LLC

Source: EIN Presswire

The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Alabama Endorses The Steinberg Law Group as the Best Mesothelioma Law Firm

Asbestos was used in the construction industry for decades.

Inhaling one fiber of asbestos is enough to cause mesothelioma decades later.

We support our veterans.

The Steinberg Law Group is affiliated with doctors around the country.

The Steinberg Law Group has the experiences, resources and results to obtain the maximum financial compensation.

The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Alabama Endorses The Steinberg Law Group as the Best Mesothelioma Law Firm – Experience/Resources/Results

DOTHAN, ALABAMA, USA, August 29, 2021 / — The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Alabama is dedicated to providing the best possible legal and medical assistance to those stricken with mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer. Anyone wishing to discuss their legal and/or medical options should call (888) 891-2200 to speak directly with an attorney from The Steinberg Law Group.

The Mesothelioma Options Help Center of Alabama has endorsed The Steinberg Law Group because of their vast experience in handling mesothelioma and other asbestos-related cases. With offices in New York, California and Texas, The Steinberg Law Group has a national footprint that helps win the best possible financial compensation for clients.

Typically, asbestos exposure will have occurred sometime between the 1950s and the 1980s. Some of the most prevalent professions that encountered large quantities of asbestos include power plant workers, maritime workers, industrial workers, plumbers, pipefitters, electricians, mechanics, machinists, miners, railroad workers and construction workers, to name a few. Since the latency period for mesothelioma patients is approximately 40 years, most people diagnosed with mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer in 2021 were exposed decades ago.

Although Alabama contains a few naturally occurring asbestos deposits in the Appalachian Mountains, asbestos exposure in Alabama predominately occurs in industrial settings such as manufacturing and construction jobsites. Residents of Alabama should also be aware of the risks of asbestos exposure that occur after natural disasters, such as the Tuscaloosa Tornadoes of April 2011, which was one of the largest documented incidences of asbestos exposure in United States history.

Jobsites and locations with known asbestos exposure in Alabama include, but are not limited to, Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant, Dothan Powerhouse, Alabama Power Plant, MacIntosh Steam Generating Plant, Gadsden Steam Plant, Colbert Steam Plant, Chicasaw Steam Plant, Childersburg Power Plant, Coosa Pines Plant, Gaston Power Plant, Wilsonville Power Plant, Barry Steam Plant, Cold Creek Plant, Miller Steam Plant, Green County Steam Plant, Segco Steam Plant, Farley Nuclear Plant, Courtaulds Chemical Plant, Gunns Power Plant, Von Braun Center, Coastal Mobile Refinery, Blakeley Island Refinery, Gulf Shipyard, Avondale Shipyard, Bethlehem Steel Shipyard, Maritime Shipyard, Mobile Shipyard, Auburn University, Bessemer Pipe Plant, Birmingham Hospital, New Providence Hospital, Brice Building, Marion County Nursing Home, St. Margaret Hospital, Doctors Hospital of Mobile, Talladega College, Tuskeegee Hospital, Tutwiler Hotel, University of Alabama, J. Graham Brown Educational Center, James River Paper Mill, American Can Paper Mill, Kimberly Clark Paper Mill, St. Bernard College, Fruehauf Trailer Plant, National Fertilizer Development Center, TVA Wilson Dam, Boaz Mills, Marshall Space Flight Center, Brookley Industrial Complex, Mobile Regional Airport, Mobile General Hospital School of Nursing, Providence Infirmary, Sanders Old Cotton Mill, St. Regis Paper Mill, Standard Equipment Company, Stone Container Corporation, Watermans Shipyard, Alabama College, Alabama State University, Normandale Shopping Center, Tuskeegee Institute, James River Paper Mill, Gorgas Power Plant, Prattville Paper Mill, Bellefonte Nuclear Plant, New Vaughn Memorial Hospital, Selma Paper Mill, Widows Creek Power Plant, University of Alabama and Wilson Memorial Hospital.

Known companies with asbestos exposure in Alabama include, but are not limited to, Ingalls Steel Construction Company, Sanmina-SCI Corporation, Rock Wool Manufacturing Company, Bender Shipbuilding & Repair Company, Alabama Dry Dock & Shipping Company (ADDSCO), Gulf Shipbuilding Company, NASA, United States Steel Corporation, W.R Grace/Zonolite, Shook and Fletcher Insulation Company, Inc., Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, Southeast Shipyards Alabama, BAE Systems, Dwight Manufacturing Company, Gulf States Steel Company, Republic Iron and Steel Company, City Creamery, Russell Manufacturing Company, C. & G. Cooper Company, American Net and Twine Company, Anniston Cordage Company, Anniston Electric and Gas Company, Anniston Foundry Company, Anniston Manufacturing Company, Home Ice Company, Illinois Car Equipment Company, Kilby Locomotive and Machine Works, Monsanto Chemical Company, National Gypsum Company, Tornado Supply Company, Woodstock Iron Works, Inc., US Pipe & Foundry Company, Stauffer Chemical Company, Shell Chemical Company, Halby Chemical Company, International Paper Company, Newport Chemical Company, Newport Industries, Reichold Chemical Company, Tenneco Chemicals, Inc., Alabama Oxygen, American Tar Products Company, Bickerstaff Clay Products, Harbison-Walker Refractories Company, Herucles, Inc., Hercules Powder Company, Howard Harrison Iron Company, Pullman Standard Company, Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Company, U.S. Pipe & Foundry, Vulcan Materials Company, Woodward Iron Company, A.P. Green, ACandS, Inc., Adco Boiler Company, Alabama By-Products Corporation, Alabama Consolidated Coal and Iron Company, Alabama Fuel and Iron Company, Alabama Porcelain Enamel Company, Alabama Rug & Linoleum Company, Alabama Steel and Wire Company, Allegheny Industrial Electric Company, Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation, Alpha Portland Cement Company, American Automatic Railway Switch Company, American Water Works & Electric Company, Amsler Morton Company, B. F. Barbour Plumbing and Electric Company, Badham Insulation Company, Inc., Bermco Aluminum, Big Four Company, Inc., Birmingham Electric Company, Birmingham Fabrication and Bolt Company, Birmingham Flooring Company, Birmingham Heating Company, Birmingham Ice Factory Company, Birmingham Light Power Company, Birmingham Linen Supply Company, Birmingham Machine and Foundry Company, Birmingham Oil Mills, Inc., Birmingham Railway Light and Power Company, Birmingham Rolling Mill Company, Birmingham Rug & Linoleum Company, Birmingham Steel Corporation, Birmingham Stove & Range Company, Birmingham Terminal Company, Birmingham Water Works Company, Brentnall Furniture Manufacturing Company, Bristol Steel, McWane, Inc., Matthews Electric Supply Company, Lone Star Cement Company, Kilby Frog and Switch Company, Kaul Lumber Company, Joslyn Manufacturing & Supply Company, Jim Walters Company, Jefferson Foundry, Jefferson Brick & Supply, Jackson Foundry, Hill Grocery Company, Hill & Griffith Company, Hayes Aircraft, Hardy Tynes Manufacturing, Hardy Corporation, Gulf States Creosoting Company, Gloss Sheffield Steel and Iron Company, Gaslin Birmingham Manufacturing Company, Foremost Dairies, Inc., Ennis Insulation Company, Elyton Land Company, Ellert Contracting, E. I. Du Pont De Nemours and Company, Duffner Boiler & Iron Works, Dixie Bronze Foundry Company, Daniel Construction Company, Cudahy Packing Company, Crane Supply Company, Continental Can Company, Continental Gin Foundry, Clow Pipe Company, Chicago Bridge & Iron Company, Clow Corporation, Ceco Steel, Mead Corporation, Moffatt Plumbing & Heating Company, Moore Handley Hardware Company, Norfolk Southern Railroad, North Alabama Turn Company, North Brothers, Inc., Nylon Industries, Olin Mathieson Chemical Corporation, Palmer & Lawrence, Inc., Pinitz Dry Goods Company, Phillip Schillinger Brewing Company, Pioneer Fabricating Company, Pressure Cast Products Company, Republic Steel Corporation, Reynolds Aluminum, Schwobilt Clothing Company, Scott-Glenn Company, Inc., Sears, Roebuck and Company, Sloss Industries, Southeastern Ice Corporation, Southern Cement Company, Southern Cotton Oil Company, Southern Detinning Company, Southern Iron and Steel Company, Southern Railway Company, Tennessee Land Company, The Starr Company, Tidewater Construction Company, Tutwiler Coal, Coke and Iron Company, Union Carbide Corporation, V.C. Chemical, United Engineering & Foundry Company, Woodward Iron & Coke, Whaley Company, Western Grain Company, Virginia Chemical, American Can Company, Container Corporation of America, T.R. Miller Mill Company, Inc., W.F. Carter Paint, Southeastern Production Company, Coosa River Newsprint Company, Reynolds Metals Company, Rust Engineering Company, Arnold Lumber Company, Deep South Creamery Company, Deerr Electric Company, Lanson Industries, 3M Company, Air Products, Amoco Chemicals Corporation, British Petroleum, Calumet & Hecla, Inc., Chemstrand Chemical, Davidson Heating Company, Davis Construction Company, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Fruehauf Corporation, Fluor Daniel Services Corporation, Electric Auto Lite Company, Dow Chemical Company, Decatur Land Improvement and Furnace Company, Decatur Aluminum, Pan American Oil, Union Compress & Warehouse Company, Borden Chemical, Triangle Construction Company, Borden’s Ice Cream Company, Dothan Electric Light and Water Works, Dothan Grocery Company, Faulkner Ice Company, Michelin Tire Corporation, Ensley Steel Works, Semet-Solvay Company, Celotex Corporation, Koppers Company, Inc., USX Corporation, Jim Walters Corporation, Florence Hardware Company, Osborn Ice Company, Rogers, Inc., Stylon Corporation, Weyerhauser Corporation, Crossfield Ice & Ice Cream Company, Defense Plant Corporation, Engineering Sales, Inc., Gadsden Alabama Furnace Company, Lily Ice Cream Company, LTV Steel, Robert Plastering, Singleton Plumbing & Heating, United Paint & Wallpaper Company, Boaz Spinning Company, Inc., Debardeleben Coal Corporation, Automatic Electric Company, Boeing, Calabama Chemical Company, Dallas Manufacturing Company, Dunlop Tire and Rubber Company, Home Ice & Coal Company, Huntsville Brick & Tile, Huntsville Ice Cream & Creamery Company, Huntsville Railway Light and Power Company, Hutchens Company, Linde Air Products Company, Owens Corning, Merriniack Manufacturing Company, Pate Supply Company of Huntsville, Pennsylvania Construction Company, Thiokol Chemical Corporation, Valley Packing Company, Warren Supply Company, Inc., White Swan Laundry, Alabama Electric Coorperative, Inc., Allied Paper Company, Boise Cascade Paper Group, Jackson Mill Supply Company, West Point-Pepperell, Inc., Lanett Bleachery and Dye Works, Anderson Electric Company, National Metals, Inc., Rockwell Manufacturing, Standard Portland Cement Company, Universal Atlas Cement, Ciba-Geigy Chemical Company, Brown & Root, Mathieson Alabama Chemical Corporation, Ace Fabrication, Aluminum Company of America, American Cyanamid, American Laundry Company, Amison General Builders & Contractors, Anco Insulations, Inc., Atlantic Land Companies, Bemis Bag Company, Bendix Corporation, Brown & Root, Inc., Caribbean Steamship Company, Champion Paper Company, Coca Cola Bottling Company, Container Corporation of America, Diamond Shamrock Chemicals, Doran-Alabama Propeller Company, Electric Lighting Company of Mobile, Fidelity Warehouse Corporation, Mobile Ship Repair Company, Mobile Paper Company, Mobile Linen Service, Mobile Light and Railroad Company, McWane, Inc., Marine Specialty Company, Inc., Marathon Southern Corporation, Kerr-McGee Chemical Corporation, John’s Bargain House Corporation, Insulation Engineers, Inc., Ideal Cement Company, Horras S. Turner Lumber Company, Hollingsworth & Whitney Company, Hammermill International Paper Company, Haas Davis Packing Company, Gulf Ship Building Company, Gulf Lumber Company, Gulf Development Company, Pan American Shell Products Company, Peerless Steam Laundry & Dying Company, Ratcliff Construction, Ruberoid Company, GAF Corporation, Sam Joy Laundry, Inc., Scott Paper Company, Seaboard Manufacturing Company, Shook & Fletcher Insulation Company, Smith-Kelly Supply Company, Inc., Southeastern Compress & Warehouse Company, Southern Electrical and Pipefitting Corporation, Southern Kraft Corporation, Warrant Warehouse Company, Waterman Steam Ship Company, Alabama River Pulp Company, Olinkraft, Inc., U.S. Gypsum Company, Allied Products Company, Adams Manufacturing Company, Alabama Machine & Supply Company, American Service Company, Armour & Company, Bear Brothers, Inc., Bishop-Parker Furniture Company, Brockway Glass Company, Capital Chevrolet Company, Capital Refrigeration Company, Cloverdale Manufacturing Company, Collins Baking Company, Dixie Land Dairy, Edison Electric Light and Power Company, Flack Lumber Company, Gambles Structural Steel, Helburn Company, Koppers Company, Inc., L C Young Ice Cream Company, North Brothers, Inc., Teague Hardware Company, Union Camp Corporation, Union Refining Company, Allis Chalmers, Ford Motor Company, Marathon Southern Corporation, Naheola Southern Corporation, Semet Solvay Company, Sloss Sheffield Steel and Iron Company, B.F. Goodrich Company, Opelika Foundry Company, Pepperell Manufacturing Company, Uniroyal Tire Company, Alabama Power Company, Fort James Operating Company, James River Paper Company, Rust Engineering Company, Macmillan Bloedel Particleboard, Inc., Revere Copper & Brass, Alabama Metallurgical Corporation, Buckeye Cotton Oil Company, Combustion Construction Company, Henry Brick Company, Toccoa Manufacturing Corporation, Alabama and Tennessee Coal and Iron Company, Muscle Shoals Rubber Company, North Alabama Turn Company, Reynolds Alloys Company, Atlas Steel Products Company, Defense Metal Products, Inc., Moretti Harrah Marble Company, Allen Graphite Company, Newbury Manufacturing Company, Northern Alabama Coal Iron and Railway Company, Talladega Furnace Company, Alabama By-Products Corporation, Ketona Chemical Corporation, Republic Iron and Steel Company, Republic Steel Corporation, Bailey Boiler & Steel Company, Cole Supply Company, Hunt Oil Company, Gulf States Lumber Company, Michelin North America, Tidewater Construction Company, Robbins Tile Company, Creasey Company, Kimberly-Clark Corporation and Woodward Iron & Coke.

In addition, the following is a non-comprehensive list of Alabama military sites with known risks of asbestos exposure: Fort McClellan Army Base, Fort Rucker, Redstone Arsenal Army Base, Anniston Army Depot, Maxwell Air Force Base, Brookley Air Force Base, Craig Air Force Base and Tyndall Air Force Base.

To determine the best possible medical treatment for your mesothelioma or asbestos-related lung cancer, contact The Steinberg Law Group so a member of our team can determine which hospital/doctor in our network is most convenient for you. For more information about mesothelioma and asbestos-related lung cancer, call (888) 891-2200 or visit now.

Robert L. Steinberg
The Steinberg Law Group
+1 888-891-2200
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Source: EIN Presswire

Român stabilit în Olanda lansează cel mai înalt grad al calității din industria pielariei

Deținătorul exclusiv a licentei cu cel mai înalt nivel al calității din industria pielariei

Haine din piele in masina de spalat, cu detergen, la 40 grade Celsius, confectionate cu Executive – Leather Grade

Detine caracteristici remarcabile , fiind una dintre cele mai importante și esențiale îmbunătățiri în industria pielăriei și implicit a modei internaționale.

BUCURESTI, ROMANIA, August 28, 2021 / — În urma cu 2 saptamani, presa internațională a publicat masiv știrea in care se lanseaza Executive – Leather Grade. Fiind cea mai recentă inovație pentru industria pielăriei, un subiect de actualitate, cu impact ridicat pentru modă, inovatie, business si mai ales cel sanitar, lansare a fost una de succes. Știrea a fost publicată de peste 1.000 de agenții de presă internaționale, de la presa scrisa si online, pana la televiziuni si radiouri, cel mai mare impact a fost raportat in America, Anglia, Spania, Italia, Germania, chiar si in China si Rusia.
Din rapoartele oficiale, aceasta inovație a fost sustinuta de presa de renume, printre care: CNBC, grupul media al televiziunilor de știri FOX TV si NCN Nebraska, US National Times, Daily News UK, News Channel Asia, News Channel Italy, Spain News Journal.

Compania olandeză deținută în întregime de Ilie Popa, dezvoltatorul acestei piele este un susținător mândru al inovației și evoluției pielăriei și un dezvoltator de trenduri cu o viziune autentică asupra modei din piele. Principiul director al companiei este să păstreze întotdeauna respectul pentru umanitate, drepturile animalelor și ecosistem prin oferta sa de produse echitabilă și durabilă.

„Împreună cu partenerii mei de afaceri care gestionează tăbăcărie din India, am venit cu ideea pentru Executive Leather Grade în mai 2020, ne-am dat seama că lipsa unei dezinfecție adecvate, pielea ar fi devenit un produs interzis datorită măsurilor stricte de igienizare”, spune directorul companiei, Ilie Popa. „Ca atare, am făcut multe cercetări și acum am creat o inovație incredibilă, dincolo de misiunea noastră inițială.”

Caracteristicile produsului Executive Leather Grade confirmă clar statutul de inovație:
– Piele reală, cu straturile integrale, foarte bine selectată, piei provenite de la oi, capre, vaci sau bivolite
– Se poate spăla la mașină, cu detergenti pentru rufe negre, la temperatura de până la 40 °Celsius
– Nu necesită întreținere; contactul cu uleiurile corporale va face acest lucru.
– Proprietăți non-alergenice
– Nu se sifoneaza după spălare
– Cea mai subțire piele este ca hârtia, până la 0,3 mm grosime, menținând durabilitate ridicată
– Opțiune pentru elasticitate de pana la 3 ori
– Finisare mată sau lucioasă
– Produs în orice culoare din codurile Pantone.
– Pielea pentru toate anotimpurile, chiar și pentru cea mai fierbinte vară, datorită calităților și grosimii sale respirabile
– Nu necesită captuseala
– S-a dovedit sigur pentru producția de lenjerie intima
– Sigur pentru mediu, proces de producție 100% cu extracte vegetale și sustenabil, pieile fiind provenite din industria cărnii
– In premiera, am creat piele reala cu efect holographic, astfel în locu luciului de piele glossy, acesta are reflexii multicolore, aurii sau altele culori produse la comanda.

Culoarea, textura și durabilitatea sunt în garanție timp de 3 ani, cu spălări nelimitate. Iar, chiar dacă este un produs inovator, prețul nu este diferit față de cel al pieței

Această piele lavabilă la mașină este produsă în 25-40 de zile, fără straturi îndepărtate. În timp ce 90% din pielea din industrie este prelucrată într-o singură zi folosind săruri de crom; extrem de dăunător ecosistemului, lucrătorilor, regiunilor în care se află tabacariile și,bineînțeles, consumatorului final al acestei piele ieftină, in general cunoscuta ca genuine leather.

Ilie Popa, este un tanar antreprenor in varsta de 34 ani, din comuna Obarsia, județul Olt, absolvent al Colegiului Economic din Craiova si licentiat in Afaceri Internaționale la Universitatea Hyperion din București. Compania din Amsterdam a infiintat-o încă din Februarie 2018, iar recent detine licenta exclusiva pentru 10 ani a celui mai înalt grad al calității din industria pielariei la nivel internațional

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Smart Textile Market Size is Expected to Reach $5,369 Million By 2022 | DuPont de Nemours & Co., Koninklijke Ten Cate NV

Smart Textile Market

Smart Textile Market

Smart textiles are fabrics that are manufactured to include technologies that provide the wearer with increased functionality.

PORTLAND, OREGON, UNITED STATES, August 26, 2021 / — According to a new report published by Allied Market Research, titled, "Smart Textile Market by Function (Energy Harvesting, Sensing, Thermoelectricity, Luminescent, and Others) and End User (Healthcare, Military & Defense, Entertainment, Automotive, Sport & Fitness) – Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2014 – 2022." The report has offered an all-inclusive analysis of the global Smart Textile Market taking into consideration all the crucial aspects like growth factors, constraints, market developments, top investment pockets, future prospects, and trends. At the start, the report lays emphasis on the key trends and opportunities that may emerge in the near future and positively impact the overall industry growth.

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Key drivers that are propelling the growth of the market included in the report. Additionally, challenges and restraining factors that are likely to curb the growth of the market are put forth by the analysts to prepare the manufacturers for future challenges in advance.

The report presents in-depth insights into each of the leading Smart Textile end user verticals along with annual forecasts to 2022. The report provides revenue forecast with sales, and sales growth rate of the global Smart Textile market. The forecasts are also provided with respect to the product, application, and regional segments of the market. The forecasts are issued to understand the future outlook and prospects of the industry.

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The market is evaluated based on its regional penetration, explaining the performance of the market in each regional market covering provinces such as North America (United States, Canada and Mexico), Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia), South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia), Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

Top 10 leading companies in the global Smart Textile market are analyzed in the report along with their business overview, operations, financial analysis, SWOT profile and Smart Textile products and services. The key players operating in the global Smart Textile industry include DuPont de Nemours & Co., Koninklijke Ten Cate NV, Texas Instruments Inc., Google Inc., Gentherm Inc., Schoeller Textiles AG, Sensoria Inc., Textronics, Adidas, and Ohmatex.

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The report provides a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the current Smart Textile market trends, forecasts, and market size from 2014-2022 determine the prevailing opportunities.
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Region that would create lucrative business opportunities during the forecast period.
Top impacting factors of the Smart Textile market.

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Ibbz Awan has just recently released a brand new single, called ‘Don’t You Know’, produced by Jay Productions

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West londons hidden talent

I got clients calling my phone Everytime you wana go loco”

— Ibbz Awan

LONDON, MIDDLESEX, ENGLAND, August 26, 2021 / — Hailing from West London, Hounslow to be exact, Ibbz Awan has just recently released a brand new single, called ‘Don’t You Know’, produced by Jay Productions. ‘Don’t You Know’ has already been well received by the public, with the music video, released via Link Up TV, racking up over 100k views in the first ten days of release. Ibbz delivers a hard-hitting drill banger that delves into his upbringing and way of life, having a desire to possibly go on the straight and narrow, yet getting dragged back into the lifestyle. No matter the means, Ibbz affirms that he is making his bread and enjoying the perks of success.

The music video is shot by Jargon in Hounslow, with Ibbz Awan appearing wearing the latest Gucci Off The Grid tracksuit, chilling on the block with some of his mates and alluring females, flexing his wealth. The intro for the video is dramatized to reflect the similarities from ’06 to present, and how Ibbz still has to deal with the stresses of people ringing his line for business. Yet the stark contrast from sitting around in a park to owning his own horse stable shows the level up. Ibbz Awan is obviously about growth, as a musician and businessman, moving on to bigger and better.

Ibbz Awan has been working on music for at least the last two years, and it might just be his time to take the scene by storm, his continuous graft paying off. Ibbz Awan is a skillful rapper, and ‘Don’t You Know’ a relatable heavy-hitter. Check out the video, and the single is available now for purchase and streaming on all major platforms.
Ibbz Awan has been making noise from Hounslow these last couple of years.

The unsigned talent has done a blackbox freestyle where he expresses his pain for his lost ones.
He then released a song called chico which is a calm relaxed ‘wavy’ type of sound known in the UK.

Ibbz Awan Also went on to release the Rain freestyle where he is talking about past life on the streets of Hounslow.
He also helps out within his community to better the youths to keep them of the roads and encourages them not to lead astray. He has also worked with YMCA Ealing to provide food for people living in the shelters as well encourages everyone around him to set up pop up charitable events, even if he isn't present.

He is definitely one to watch out for as he’s always filled with surprises.

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Colossustex Introduces Future-Proof Solutions for Textile Industry



Paper Yarn


PVA Yarns

Textile Supply Chain Giant brings in effective policies and optimizes growth to revolutionize the industry

FARIDABAD, HARYANA, INDIA, August 25, 2021 / — Colossustex has been leading the textile supply chain market in India and overseas. Their recent policies can greatly benefit making India more self-reliant in terms of textile usage.

For several years, the Indian textile market has been dominated by international players with unbelievably low prices which made it hard for our manufacturers to compete with them.

Colossustex have lived up to their name and provided our nation with an independent supply chain system that can optimize business for the industry at a rapid pace.

Their new list of policies for the functioning of the textile supply chain management includes:

• Cost Effectiveness
Providing textiles at a cost-effective price will not only affect direct product manufacturers, but also the end consumers with lower prices for the same quality of products.

• Transparency
Transparency is an important step towards making future-ready advancements to ensure accountability and better trade policies.

• Professionalism
Hiring experienced professionals with experience in challenging economies can greatly benefit the industry while delivering consistent growth.

• Sustainability
Sustainable business practices are an essential need in order to provide the nation with affordable and good-quality textiles for a continued duration.

Mr. Rohit Dev Sethi, chairman of Colossustex spoke about the new policies and their impact on the future of the industry “Our team has experienced the state of the industry over the past 25 years and decided it is time for a change. We have implemented the above policies and hope to set a national standard for other manufacturers to follow. This will certainly help elevate the quality of textiles in India and help us become more Atma-Nirbhar”.

Consumers can start to benefit from the new policies and their impact on the products of Colossustex right now. The company has already started selling high-quality nylon yarns and finished products at extremely affordable prices. This is likely to create a positive ripple effect in the industry.

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Comedian Lori Hamilton Creates Award-Winning Animations

Laurels from multiple awards for film festivals, picture of woman with red hair smiling and the words

Lori Hamilton takes honors from mulitple flim festivals

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Project Spudway by Lori Hamilton

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Potato Family by Lori Hamilton with animator Montana Hall

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Positvity Piñata by Lori Hamilton with animator Montana Hall

Her insightful humor delights audiences

I love creating animated shorts and am honored to have the work received in such a positive way.”

— Lori Hamilton

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, August 25, 2021 / — New York creator, comedian and performer Lori Hamilton is working on new material. This is great news for audiences who have grown to love the quirky, creative, positive style she brings to her short films. With numerous award-winning pieces – 19 in 12 months to be exact – that have been featured at film festivals across the world, there is no doubt that the animations Hamilton is currently working on will impress.

Her unique and insightful perspective she brings to her work has earned her multiple awards over the last year.

Her short film “Potato Family,” has been featured in many festivals and has won awards at the Best Shorts Competition, the Couch Film Festival, and the New York International Film Awards. The animated short introduces her interactive “Project Spudway,” which features a young potato who dreams of being a designer. His unusual artistic tastes cause his family some concern. As they attempt to discourage his self-expression, he only becomes more determined, eventually choosing to pursue a successful career in fashion.

Its follow-up film, “Project Spudway,” also won an award at the Best Shorts Competition and the Couch Film Festival. It features lessons from Project Runway told through the eyes of animated potatoes that teach viewers about body acceptance and positivity.

Her stand-alone short animation film, “Positivity Piñata,” created by Hamilton at the beginning of the COVID-19 quarantines, illustrates how each one of us has something we can share to help spread kindness in our own cities. Whether it is bringing food to an elderly neighbor or making a “thank you” sign to encourage healthcare workers, there are simple ways everyone can help to encourage people to share hope and kindness. This film was selected for the Big Apple Film Festival and Screenplay Competition and won awards at both the Best Shorts Competition and the Couch Film Festival and was a finalist at New York International Film Awards.

Keep an eye out for more information about Hamilton’s upcoming works by following her on her website,

Press Reviews

“Hamilton’s performance as Prenderghast is excellent and her characterisation of other roles is very funny.”
-North West End UK

“Brilliant work … comical … inspirational.”
– Atlanta Press

“…one heck of an actress – the girl could dance … this girl could sing too.”
– Go Go Magazine, Denver

About Lori…
Lori grew up just outside of Northern California and attended UCLA, where she studied Linguistics and Modern British Drama. She studied Opera at The Juilliard School, New England Conservatory and Mannes College of Music. After singing with the Boston Symphony and the Atlanta Opera, she went on to do comedy, writing and performing. Lori has written and produced over 150 short films, created and performed four one-woman shows, including a much-lauded tour with the National New Play Festival in the United States. Her talents have earned her 59 awards for creative and writing excellence, including 5 Best of Shows. Her cats did not help, although they take credit for providing her with constant, much-needed supervision. To see more of her work, visit

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Apparel And Leather Products Market Trends, Strategies And Opportunities In The Apparel And Leather Products Market 2021

Apparel And Leather Products Global Market Report 2021 : COVID-19 Impact And Recovery

Apparel And Leather Products Market Report 2021 : COVID-19 Impact And Recovery

The Business Research Company’s Apparel And Leather Products Global Market Report 2021 : COVID-19 Impact And Recovery

LONDON, GREATER LONDON , UK, August 25, 2021 / — According to the new market research report ‘Apparel And Leather Products Global Market Report 2021: COVID-19 Impact And Recovery’ published by The Business Research Company, the apparel and leather products market is expected to grow from $8.19 trillion in 2020 to $9.72 trillion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 18%.The growth is mainly due to the companies rearranging their operations and recovering from the COVID-19 impact, which had earlier led to restrictive containment measures involving social distancing, remote working, and the closure of commercial activities that resulted in operational challenges. The market is expected to reach $13.12 trillion in 2025 at a CAGR of 8%. Increasing demand for online shopping is expected to help the apparel and leather products market grow. Manufacturers can now sell their products on a larger platform than before, which will increase their customer base geographically, driving the growth of the apparel and leather products market.

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The apparel and leather products market consists of sales of apparel and leather products by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that produce apparel, leather and related products. Apparel producers cut and sew (i.e. purchase fabric and cut and sew to make a garment) and/or produce garments by first knitting fabric and then cutting and sewing the fabric into a garment. The apparel manufacturing industry includes entities manufacturing full lines of ready-to-wear apparel and custom apparel: apparel contractors, performing cutting or sewing operations on materials owned by others; jobbers, performing entrepreneurial functions involved in apparel manufacturing; tailors, manufacturing custom garments for individual clients; and entities that combine knitting with the production of complete garments, but excluding producers of knitting fabric not combined with the produce of complete garments. Leather and allied product producers transform hides into leather by tanning or curing and fabricating the leather into products for final consumption, and/or produce similar products from other materials, including products (except apparel) made from "leather substitutes” such as rubber, plastics, or textiles. Rubber footwear, textile luggage, and plastics purses or wallets are examples of "leather substitute" products included in this market.

Trends In The Global Apparel And Leather Products Market
The growing awareness of the adverse effects of the textile industry on the environment is encouraging customers to opt for sustainable materials. Unlike natural materials, synthetic fibers take a long time to decompose as they are made from petroleum products. Biological materials like spider silk are light and have tensile strength that are used in making garments. Some companies also creating a decomposable synthetic version of spider silk. For example, Spider Inc. a Japanese biomaterials specialist, was the first to produce artificial spider silk. The company uses genetically modified E. coli to produce the silk proteins which are used to produce silk fibers. As consumers globally grow increasingly concerned regarding the environmental impact of their apparel purchases, the demand for sustainable materials is expected to increase. Consumers are also often more willing to pay a premium for products they deem to be environmentally friendly, thereby providing opportunities for higher profit margins at the point of sale and across the supply chain.

Global Apparel And Leather Products Market Segments:
The global apparel and leather products market is further segmented based on type and geography.
By Type: Leather And Allied Products, Apparel
Subsegments covered: Leather Footwear, Non-Leather Footwear, Leather Luggage, Handbags And Other Goods, Non-Leather Luggage, Hand Bags And Other Goods, Leather Tanning, Women Wear, Men Wear, Kids Wear.
By Geography: The global apparel and leather products market is segmented into North America, South America, Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East and Africa. Among these regions, the Asia-Pacific apparel and leather products market accounts for the largest share in the global apparel and leather products market.

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Apparel And Leather Products Global Market Report 2021 is one of a series of new reports from The Business Research Company that provides apparel and leather products global market overviews, analyzes and forecasts market size and growth for the global apparel and leather products global market, apparel and leather products global market share, apparel and leather products global market players, apparel and leather products global market segments and geographies, apparel and leather products market’s leading competitors’ revenues, profiles and market shares. The apparel and leather products market report identifies top countries and segments for opportunities and strategies based on market trends and leading competitors’ approaches.

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Data Segmentations: Market Size, Global, By Region And By Country; Historic And Forecast Size, And Growth Rates For The World, 7 Regions And 12 Countries

Apparel And Leather Products Market Organizations Covered: NIKE Inc, Christian Dior SE, H&M AB, Adidas AG, VF Corp.

Regions: Asia-Pacific, China, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, USA, South America, Middle East and Africa.

Countries: Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, South Korea, UK, USA.

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