The two founders of FR Total Care are RadiciGroup (represented by its companies Noyfil SA and Noyfil SpA, leading European producers of a vast range of polyester yarn) and Huvis (well-known Korean polymer and fibre manufacturer).
During Heimtextil 2013, a leading international trade fair for home and contract textiles, the RadiciGroup polyester yarn portfolio is back at centre stage. But this year the co-star is FR Total Care, a project founded through the partnership of two industry leaders, RadiciGroup and Huvis, and the collaboration of specialized companies, such as Kümpers, Litia and Wagenfelder.
The firms have teamed up, pooling their experience and know-how, so as to become a one-stop provider of the best flame retardant solutions – a complete range of flame retardant (FR) products and services combining high performance, functionality, safety and sustainability.
“We have joined this team because we want to give our customers a real competitive advantage,” Maurizio Vedovati, sales director of Noyfil SA and Noyfil SpA, stated. “Now we can guarantee full service and support in the development of flame-retardant products with excellent performance. Through FR Total Care, we can supply yarn and fibre featuring sustainability, customization and cost efficiency, in addition to flame retardancy. Our FR yarn and fibre will enable the manufacture of high quality fabric. What’s more, our products will ensure technical expertise and innovation. We can offer specialized advice on fabric construction, design, production and finishing. Not to mentionsupport in testing and approvals and marketing consulting. And all of these advantages mean added value for our customers.”
FR Total Care new generation flame-retardant polyester product line.
Produced using FR Zeroxy polymer (manufactured by Huvis)
Ensures the manufacture of fabric with:
-Softness and breathability.
Synonymous with innovation.
THE RADICIGROUP VISION OF CORPORATE MANAGEMENT: A GLOBAL SYSTEMIC APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY.
What does sustainability mean to RadiciGroup? We look at environmental sustainability as a challenge requiring an all-inclusive vision of corporate management at all levels of the production chain: from chemicals to plastics and synthetic fibres. In our approach to sustainability, not only environmental factors but also economic and social factors play a fundamental role.
That is why we report on our activities and achievements related to corporate social responsibility in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Framework, the most widely used guidelines for non-financial reporting in the world.
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