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MAS to show latest fabric for swimwear at Interfiliere
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Jul '13
Sri Lanka-based MAS Fabrics is set to showcase their latest line of fabric and trim solutions for intimate apparel and swimwear products at Interfiliere 2013 (Stall S39).

Given the complex construction of the garments and the number of components essential in the manufacturing process (e.g. a bra has over 30 components), MAS Fabrics presents a unique value proposition with its one-stop-shop solution for requirements across lace, fabrics, elastics, moulded cups and accessories.

In today’s fast fashion and online shopping revolution, MAS Fabrics’ capability to offer reduced cycle times and coordinated digital colour management to lingerie and swimwear brands across their full raw material need is particularly timely.

The challenges of balancing low inventories and minimal mark-downs with a ‘never out of stock’ policy means that having a single source of innovation for every component of the garment and a shared manufacturing solution that operates a speed to market model, is critical if leading retail brands are to retain market share.

Mr. Timothy Speldewinde, Head of MAS Fabrics, Sri Lanka said, “As the world’s only complete raw material solution provider to the intimate and swimwear apparel sectors, Interfiliere is the ideal platform to showcase how we at MAS Fabrics bring together the innovation and manufacturing excellence of six best in class companies across fabric, elastics, bra cups, lace, accessories and printing.

"By using the latest manufacturing technology and maintaining consistent standards of quality and compliance across the supply chain, MAS Fabrics offers a complete product solution engineered to bring comfort and performance to intimate and swim apparel”.

MAS Fabrics is made up of 6 industry leaders that collaborate to offer product developments and solutions that are complimentary in design and function:

Noyon Lanka is the only knitted lace manufacturer in South Asia, manufacturing multi-way stretch, high tenacity and engineered lace. With access to more than a 150 year old design archive of partner Noyon Dentelle Calais, Noyon offers the complete range of Jacquardtronic, Textronic and Raschel lace.

Prym Intimates Prym Intimates is a leading accessory solutions provider to the intimate apparel industry with a track record of enhancing speed, fashion & comfort. Prym’s offering includes patented SoftSeal Hook & Eyes, Bra Wires, Pre-made straps, Ring and Slides, Bow and Motifs.

Textprint is a complete fabric printing service for cotton and synthetic fabrics with unique capability of combining foil and ink printing alongside rotary, flatbed and high speed digital printing technology.

Trischel, with a complete vertical operation from warping to dyeing and finishing, is South Asia’s largest warp knit fabric manufacturer and is recognized for its innovative, soft and fine gauge fabrics.

Silueta is one of the world’s largest moulded bra cup and flocked silicone garment manufacturers. With a vertical operation from CAD design, CNC Milling, lamination and moulding, Silueta produces performance enhancing silicon applications, foam and space bra cups, seamless flocked silicon briefs and shapeware.

Stretchline is a leading global brand in narrow fabrics and the world’s largest producer of Crochet, Woven, Jacquard and Printed Elastic. Stretchline is reputed for its innovation and design with patented products such as Fortitube bra-wire casing Locksafe, Bondelast and Stay4Sure elastic.

MAS Holdings


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