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Trevira’s latest functional textiles
Trevira, the specialist for functional fibres and yarns, presented its products for a wide range of applications in the area of technical and functional textiles.
Antimicrobial market growing at 7.4%
The antimicrobial textiles market is estimated to be valued at $527.9 million in 2016 and is projected to reach $1,076.1 million by 2026, at a CAGR of 7.4 per cent from 2016 to 2026, according to the latest report published by ReportBuyer.
Klaus Holz confirmed as Trevira CEO
The owners of the polyester specialist Trevira and CEO Klaus Holz have concluded an early agreement to continue working together. Due to run out at the end of 2016, the CEO contract has now already been extended until the end of 2019. Holz joined Trevira in 2001 as Head of Human Resources, a position he held until the end of 2010.
Trevira ups the ante on brand control
Trevira has considerably intensified its activities in the area of brand control. The control measures involve not only monitoring flame retardancy, the feature safeguarded by trademark testing, they also include chemical tests and analyses.
Macro potential in microfibres
Microfibres can give birth to a completely new generation of ultra-fine synthetic yarns, which are bound to have abrighter future in the Indian market due to the aesthetic properties of the fabrics made out of these yarns, assert Pooja Bhatt and Dr Alka Goel.
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