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Hyosung to increase investment in Vietnam
Hyosung Corporation is likely to increase its investment in Vietnam, encouraged by good earnings by its Vietnamese subsidiary and a slew of measures taken by the Government to attract foreign investment in the Southeast Asian nation.
Invista explores alternatives
Invista, one of the world’s largest integrated producers of chemical intermediates, polymers and fibres, is exploring strategic alternatives for its apparel and advanced textiles business.
Hyosung launches functional fibres
Hyosung, a manufacturer of specialty fibres from South Korea, participated in the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2017 held in the US from January 10 to 12 in a joint booth, with several South Korean small and mid sized companies.
Creora Activewear Trends for 2018
Hyosung has released its Creora brand’s activewear fabric trends for 2018. The trends, celebrating fashion combined with functionality and high performance, are divided into four distinct heads.
Hyosung’s new denim collection
are set to showcase TRANS-FORM, the next generation fit and comfort collection of denim fabrics featuring creora Fit2 technology at Denim Première Vision, the premium denim show to be held on November 2-3, 2016 in France.
Hyosung to hike spandex capacity
South-Korea-based Hyosung Corp plans to invest $27 million to expand spandex capacity by 5,000 tonne in Istanbul, Turkey amid increasing demand from European and Middle Eastern markets. The company is planning to complete the expansion by H12017 and the capacity will be 25,000 tonne per year. By then, it would also be ready to open a new factory in Quzhou, China, with annual capacity of 16,000 tonne. The company’s total global spandex output capacity would be ramped up to 2,21,000 tonne next year.
Handling pretreatment of nylon & spandex
GOLLER Spun Oil Washing Range is designed for pre-treatment processing and production of fabrics from elastic knitted weft nylon and spandex blended microfibre. The application of microfibre (unifilar fibre density is less than 0.5 dtex) and fine denier fibre (unifilar fibre density is less than 1.0 dtex.) is the rapidly-developed and much numerous one among the distinct fibres. The microfibre is featured by its large specific surface area, small bending rigidity and high light reflectivity. It owns both the wearing comfort of natural fibre (eg. silk) and the versatility of chemical fibre.