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Advansa to show nonwovens & fibres at INDEX 2017
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Mar '17
Advansa, a leading European polyester fibre producer, based in Germany, supplying customers worldwide, is set to present its most contemporary sustainable range of responsibly produced fibres, designed for eco-sensitive requirements, at INDEX 2017, a leading nonwovens trade fair, to be held from April 4 to 7, 2017, in Geneva, Switzerland, in stand 2421.

Advansa will be promoting the most interesting innovations on short cut, staple, and other products for the nonwoven industry at INDEX 2017.

Next to standard fibres with a cross-section of 12 µm and cut length of 6mm, Advansa has also a differentiated offer with various diameters and cut lengths as premium ingredient which can influence the properties such as roughness or thickness and which can balance properties such as thermal shrinkage as well as wet dimensional stability.

Advansa’s complementary technology is the major factor here which completely covers the range of achievable physical properties and which is an instrument for further developments. The result is an optimal processing feature at every stage of the process chain with fibre know-how from German production. In developing some of these materials, Advansa uses its innovative recycling technology - using polymer based on traceable post consumer PET bottle - which ensures high quality fibres as eco-option, giving people the choice to contribute to a more efficient climate protection.

The company is recognised for its innovative technologies producing environmentally friendly with regard to the consumption of water and energy, reducing the impact of the company´s activities with eco-responsible strategies. The company has been awarded several international eco-labels for its efforts, achievements, and a wide range of fibres. In addition, Advansa also offers a CO2 compensation of remaining emissions for some of its fibre products manufactured from sustainable recycled fibre production. Advansa, thereby, supports international environmental projects such as reforestation as well as investing in wind power or water treatment in those regions affected by climate change. Utilising the carbon compensation option therefore permits all market participants to support commitment to sustainability, an alternative opportunity to protect the environment. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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