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Marchi & Fildi debuting A/W 2017-2018 line at Filo
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Feb '16
Ecotec and organic cotton fabric
Ecotec and organic cotton fabric
Marchi & Fildi will be presenting its collection for the next A/W 2017-2018, created by its dedicated international team at Filo in booth D5.

Ecotec by Marchi & Fildi is a yarn made from an exclusive, totally traceable and certified manufacturing process that turns 100 per cent pre-dyed cotton textile clippings into colourful yarns.

“This process ensures 56.3 per cent lesser greenhouse gases, up to 56.6 per cent lesser energy consumption and up to 77.9 water usage savings,” a press release informed.

Textile clippings generated during the production of clothing are gathered and transformed into Ecotec yarns, thereby reducing waste and minimising use of precious virgin resources.

According to the company, Ecotec is a refined, high performance and versatile yarn that can be used creatively in wovens, knitwear, circular knits, jersey and hosiery by designers.

“It can also be used in interior design applications for home textiles in both the retail and contract sectors,” Marchi & Fildi added.

Ecotec is available as a stock service in a wide range of bright and vibrant colours with all the current fashion nuances ready to order, ensuring faster cycles of procurement and production.

The company also supplies yarns in customised colours in partnership projects, mainly due to the R&D centre, where new ideas and applications are created to meet market and customer demands.

In addition to this, Ecotec is also a partner of C.L.A.S.S. Ecotec and Organic Cotton fabric Ecotec and Modal spacer.

Marchi & Fildi is a company based in Biella, Italy that produces cotton yarns for the textile industry, providing a vast and specialised colour supply for a wide range of types and styles of yarn.

Research and quality control in fibres and brightly coloured, dyed yarns are an important part of the lab provided to the company clients in order to let them customise their purchase. (AR)

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