Courtaulds Textiles is planning to shed 120 jobs at its factory in Peterlee, in order to consolidate production in West Auckland.
Courtaulds Textiles has announced plans to shed 48 jobs at its lingerie factory in Limavady, Northern Ireland, and a further 20 will be transferred to Nottingham.
Courtaulds is to close its lingerie factory at Carn in County Armagh with the loss of 137 jobs.
Courtaulds Textiles is to close its lingerie factory in Wrexham with the loss of 167 jobs, having failed to find a buyer.
Courtaulds Textiles is planning to close a Ladieswear factory in Peterlee with the loss of 370 jobs.
Courtaulds Textiles is planning to close its Ladieswear factory in Blyth, with the loss of 280 jobs.
Courtaulds Textiles is to shed a further 650 jobs by closing its main knitwear site in Worksop and a fashion business in Heanor.
Courtaulds Textiles has sold Christy, the Cheshire-based towels business, to management for £15m.
Courtaulds Textiles is planning to close factories in Bolsover, Derbyshire, and Wishaw, Warwickshire, with the loss of 495 jobs, and a further 111 jobs will be lost at a lingerie factory in Middlesbrough.
Courtaulds Textiles is planning to close two lingerie factories in Derby and County Armagh with the loss of more than 300 jobs.
Courtaulds Textiles is planning to shed up to 73 jobs at its Rowley Casualwear factory in Ipswich, due to competition in the childrenswear market.
Courtaulds Textiles is to be acquired by Sara Lee of the US for £150m plus debt, which will double the size of Sara Lee's European clothing business.
Courtaulds Textiles is to shed 500 jobs and close two more factories in Nottingham and Mansfield, in order to transfer production overseas.
Courtaulds Textiles is to sell its Standfast and Weavestyle furnishings operations to Walker Greenbank for £9m, and is now looking to sell Zorbit nursery products and Christy towels.
Courtaulds Textiles has received a £104m takeover approach from Sara Lee, the US consumer products group.
Courtaulds Textiles is to close its Alfreton factory with the expected loss of 214 jobs, in order to transfer more production to Sri Lanka and Morocco.
Courtaulds Textiles is planning to close its Rowley Casualwear factory at Ollerton in Nottinghamshire, with the loss of 114 jobs.
Courtaulds Textiles has announced a cost-cutting programme to save £50m a year, which will involve the transfer of more production to overseas factories.
Courtaulds Textiles is said to be planning to launch a bid for the Pringle knitwear group, which is being sold by Dawson International for about £10m.
Courtaulds Textiles is to close its Rowley Socks factory in Derby by the end of the year with the loss of 153 jobs.
Courtaulds Textiles is to cut 65 jobs at the Sutton Hosiery Company and its warehouse and packing unit will be transferred to a new facility near Heanor.
Courtaulds Textiles is to shed up to 40 jobs at its Courtaulds Socks knitting department in Leicester, in order to improve efficiency.
Courtaulds Textiles is considering plans to sell its home furnishings business for about £30m, in order to focus on fabrics and branded clothing.
Courtaulds Textiles is to close two clothing factories in Wallsend and Fencehouses near Sunderland, with the loss of 440 jobs.
Courtaulds Textiles is to cut 1,125 jobs by restructuring its Claremont Textiles business, with eight factories being closed in the north-east, Hampshire, Sussex, Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.
Courtaulds Textiles is planning to acquire Claremont Garments for £10m, and claims the deal will make it the leading supplier to Marks & Spencer.
Courtaulds Textiles is forming a joint venture with Collins & Aikman, the US supplier of automotive interior systems.