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  • Labels hold a primary position in the identification of items. Labels are used for the identification and differentiation of products, both raw and finished.
  • The labels carry extra information. For example, they may show quality symbols for the fabric the product is made from, such as wool, silk or cotton, or it could be an eco-label.
  • Development of a high-speed, visual inspection unit provides full visual defect recognition for the textile industry. Dirt spots and patches, weaving faults, missing or torn fibers, and certain errors of the label patterns are detected.
  • Thermal transfer labels industry has experienced an enormous growth in the past decade in Colombia. The Colombian apparel market is demanding every day labels with more variable information, such as size, style, references, descriptions, barcodes, etc.
  • An evolutionary algorithm-based approach presented for production scheduling for thermal-printed label manufacturing.
  • The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) promulgated a trade regulation rule on the care labeling of textile wearing and certain piece goods. The purpose of the rule is to give the consumer accurate care information to extend the useful life of a garment.
  • There are very few units in the State which are engaged in manufacturing lables. These labels are required by each and every type of garment manufacturing unit as well as leather products.
  • The total global value of exports of labels is more than $627 million2. Korea is the largest exporting country with a share of 25.9% and a total value of $162 million.
  • USA is the second largest exporting country having a share of 11.5% and a total value of $72 million.
  • A watermarking system for embedding textile care labels directly onto fabric design is proposed, and its stochastic properties are analyzed.
  • The Textile Labelling Act (TLA) and the Textile Labelling and Advertising Regulations (TLAR) are intended to protect consumers against misrepresentation.

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