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N9 World launches Swiss antiviral performance for India

Aug 12, 2020
N9 World launches Swiss antiviral performance for India

N9 World Technologies, a manufacturer and marketer of specialty chemicals and a wholly owned subsidiary of India-based Resil Chemicals, has signed an agreement with Consolidated Pathways of USA to incorporate unique Swiss antiviral and antimicrobial technologies into sustainable, cost effective custom blends for the textile industry.

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N9’s special offerings provide antiviral performance against the Coronavirus bringing proven hygiene function and material protection to the textile industry. Based in Michigan, Midland USA, Consolidated Pathways is a brand and technical representative for Sanitized products, and supports the advancement of the trusted Sanitized Quality Seal and related branding concepts to the global textile industry.

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Consolidated Pathways is partnering with N9 World Technologies in support of its antiviral and antimicrobial custom blended products that, when properly applied can utilise the highly regarded Sanitized Quality Seal. Bengaluru-based N9 World Technologies manufactures and markets specialty chemicals in antibacterial, cooling and dynamic drying technologies.

“With this partnership, N9 World Technologies is now a ‘One Stop Shop’ for global brands and retailers who are seeking innovative and sustainable speciality finishes for their textile products. A worldwide business development team is already in place for marketing and servicing customers with these proven technologies with global regulatory approvals,” said N9 World managing director Vikram Rao.

“We are excited to partner with N9 World Technologies. This partnership provides a unique combination of technologies, market information and expertise that can help brands and retailers enhance their products in ways that are meaningful to consumers,” Consolidated Pathways CEO James Krueger added.