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LYCRA,ITOCHU lannch fibres made from recycled waste
May 2021
The LYCRA Company, a global leader in fibre and textile solutions for the apparel industry, has announced the launch of its first performance offerings fashioned from 100% textile waste - the COOLMAX and THERMOLITE EcoMade fibres.
Truetzschler T- SCAN TS-T5 offers unprecedented quality
May 2021
Truetzschler T- SCAN TS-T5 ensure high reliability in foreign part separation for enhanced yarn and fabric quality
ANDRITZ Nonwoven's new tech reduces raw material use
April 2021
ANDRITZ has created a new weight profiling technology called ProWin that helps all nonwoven producers to increase their process speed by up to 15% and achieve optimum weight profiling.
Eastman makes Naia Renew fibre using recycled plastics
April 2021
Customers are in need for soft, sustainable, and comfortable clothing in today’s market. As a result, Eastman has come up with a specialty cellulose fibre that is sustainable and made from recycled plastic and wood pulp.
LYCRA, ITOCHU launch fibres made from recycled waste
April 2021
LYCRA and ITOCHU will jointly produce the textile waste versions of COOLMAX and THERMOLITE. The EcoMade fibres will be made of textile waste transformed into fibres through a unique depolymerisation and refining process.
Birla Cellulose’s Liva Reviva case study wins UN award
April 2021
Birla Cellulose has won the Innovative & Sustainable Supply Chain Award of UN Global Compact Network India
Indian apparel makers eye tie-up with MMF suppliers
April 2021
While the global man-made fibre (MMF) garments trade stands at $ 200 billion, India exports only $1.6 billion of MMF garments.
We have recently launched a biodegradable 3-layer civil face mask
April 2021
Ahlstrom-Munksjö is a global leader in fibre-based materials, supplying innovative and sustainable solutions to its customers. The company’s offering includes filter materials, release liners, food and beverage processing materials, decor papers, abrasive and tape backings, electrotechnical paper, glass fibre materials, medical fibre materials, diagnostics and energy storage solutions, as well as a range of specialty papers for industrial and consumer end-uses. The company’s annual net sale is about EUR 2.7 billion and employs about 7,800 people. Lionel Bonte, Vice President, Medical Business, Ahlstrom-Munksjö discusses the scope of medical textiles in India and the rising awareness of viral protection post-pandemic.
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