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Synthetic fibres gain ground
Synthetic fibres are becoming more popular in the global textile and apparel industry due to their versatility, ease of use, high availability, and considerably lower cost than many natural textiles.
Thies innovation at Techtextil 2017
Thies Textilmaschinen is participating again in TECHTEXTIL 2017 in Frankfurt highlighting the latest trends and innovation.
Lenzing to expand Tencel production capacities
The Lenzing Group to invest about EUR 70 million over the coming 12-month period to expand production capacities for its high-quality botanic specialty fibres. With this investment, the company is responding to strong global demand for new types of Tencel premium fibres.
Future innovations for hygiene nonwovens
Beaulieu Fibres International, the leading European polyolefin fibre supplier, will unveil a pioneering new fibre-platform at Index™17 and offer first detailed insights into the future-focused hygiene products arising from its on-going investment in innovation and manufacturing capabilities (Stand 1340).
Big scope for FDY, IDY in India: Oerlikon meet
In synthetic fibres, Indian market has high potential mid-term for FDY, IDY and staple yarns, which might have been also due to the slowdown in the Chinese economy, said Michael Korobczuk. “There is no change in the strong consolidation in China’s man-made fibre market.
Lenzing unveils denim e-commerce shop
Lenzing, leading supplier of high-quality, botanic cellulose fibres, ranging from dissolving pulp to standard and specialty cellulose fibres, to the textile and nonwovens industry, has expanded further into the consumer market with a dedicated Tencel branded denim e-commerce shop featuring the campaign: “Know What You’re Made Of: Comfort Starts Inside.”
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