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Indian nonwoven market will continue to grow
Sivasailam G, Managing Director, Freudenberg Performance Materials India, Chennai, speaks on the present Indian nonwovens market, and importance of sustainability in the development of spunlace and wetlaid nonwovens.
We are now BASANT FIBERTEK P. LTD.!
After a 56 years’ long journey, BASANT Wire Industries P. Ltd has changed its name to reflect its current business profile and more focus of solutions and service as compared to only products.
Manufacturing rPET FDY using Oerlikon’s WINGS
As one of the world’s first companies, Polygenta has, since 2014, been producing 100 per cent recycled POY and DTY from post-consumer PET using the patented chemical recycling process developed by per-PETual Global Technologies.
Truetzschler Wins Panipat
To celebrate this success and further apprise the customers of the new product developments, Truetzschler held its “Customer Day” in Panipat on January 8, 2020 at the prestigious Days Hotel.
Yarn Expo Autumn to focus on regenerated yarn
Yarn Expo Autumn 2019 will feature a wide array of different yarn and fibre materials, including regenerated and recycled yarn. Sustainably-produced regenerated cellulose fibres are on offer, along with plenty of recycled options that close the loop in the fashion industry.
Ioncell tech creates eco fibres from birch trees
With clothing production leading the world as one of the highest-polluting industries, a new fibre contradicts the earth-damaging qualities of traditional materials. Ioncell technology, developed at Aalto University and the University of Helsinki, uses a range of materials,etc.
Loftex sets new standard in sustainability via CertainT
Loftex, a leading manufacturer of high-quality towels, has announced that the first retail introduction of their bath towels including recycled PET (rPET) source-verified by the CertainT® platform are now available at US retail this month.