The positive growth of the US Textile Industry

Textile manufacturing is one of many industries negatively affected by increased competition from the decline of the U.S. manufacturing sector, particularly from the competition of foreign cotton importers.  Employment at textile and... Read more »

The Growth of Hemp Fiber processing in the USA

The U.S. hemp industry was made possible due to the passage of the federal Hemp Farming Act of 2018.   This has increased the demand for both hemp and cannabidiol (CBD) products, growers... Read more »

Made in New York City gets a $730k investment

New York City is one of the best cities in the world if you work in Fashion; still is the hub of the garment industry and apparel manufacturing. The Fashion Manufacturing Initiative... Read more »

Make America Great Again

This was the slogan during the election and remains the main focus for President Donald Trump. He is insisting on homegrown production wherever possible. Trump wants American businesses to return to their... Read more »

The Resurgence of “Made in America”

The notion of bringing manufacturing back to America has ended free trade agreements, started a trade war and won an election. More than a desire for the “Made in America” label, other... Read more »

NCTO Endorses USMCA

After an arduous negotiating process between the three North American leaders, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) was signed into effect. Although the textile industry won’t see any new regulations until around 2020,... Read more »