Nisshinbo Textile Expanding Exports With One-of-a-Kind Technology

Nisshinbo Textile Inc. is enjoying growing demand for its denim also in overseas markets headed by premium jeans makers on the U.S. West Coast. Thanks to the increasing attention toward its one-of-a-kind technology and weakening of the extremely strong Japanese currency, the company’s denim exports from Japan have been increasing since fiscal 2015, and exports have been maintaining their momentum this year as well. In response to growing demand, the company has increased its export sales staffers. Nisshinbo Textile’s denim business is drawing attention worldwide, and its current activities are introduced as follows. The denim that Nisshinbo Textile exports to the U.S. is woven on projectile looms inserting two aligned

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Japanese-Made Fabrics Make It Big in Middle East Japanese Companies Hold Impregnable Position in Thobe Fabric Market

Fabrics for thobe (an ankle-length Arab garment) account for the largest quantity in Japanese fabric exports, and have particularly acquired an impregnable position in the high-quality zone, overcoming headwinds such as the fluctuation of exchange rates. The variety of fabrics might look to have no remarkable differences at a glance, but accurate development efforts have produced favorable results. Japan’s leading manufacturers and trading firms are leaders in the markets for thobe and abaya fabrics, and their activities are introduced as follows: Toyobo The Enhancement of Brand Value Highly Appreciated for Differentiation of Hand Toyobo has been the leader in Japanese thobe fabric exports. According to manufacturer-seller Toyobo STC Co., Ltd., exports to

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Thobe Fabric Exports to Middle East Favorable Contracting But Cautious Outlook Sales of High-Class Fabrics Hold the Key to Success

The Ramadan (fasting month) sales season will determine the success or failure of fiscal 2016 exports of fabrics for thobe (an ankle-length Arab garment) to the Middle East, and sales are expected to reach a peak in early July. In fiscal 2015, thobe fabric exports remained buoyant for Japanese companies thanks to the weaker Japanese currency, and this was a factor driving up their business performance. Shipments for this year’s Ramadan sales are already completed, and Japanese companies are waiting for the results of sales at shops and stores. The contracting of fabrics for deliveries after Ramadan is said to be favorable, but there is concern about the outlook of

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