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Nilit to participate at Outdoor Retailer show in Utah
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Jul '13
NILIT, a global manufacturer and leader in the production of nylon 6.6, will be participating for the first time at the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market show in Salt Lake City, Utah, July 31st -August 3rd, 2013. NILIT will be located at Booth #255-217.

The NILIT booth will feature the Company’s range of high-performance products made from NILIT’s innovative nylon 6.6 yarns – NILIT  BREEZE - the cooling yarn, NILIT INNERGY – for far infrared gentle heating, NILIT AQUARIUS – the moisture management fiber, NILIT  BODYFRESH – with anti-bacterial properties, NILIT  HIGH TENACITY yarns – for high-strength, durable fabrics, and more.

“NILIT knows that athletes and sports enthusiasts have high performance expectations for their apparel,” says Michal Ron Gavish, Global Marketing Manager. "Our expanded brand portfolio makes a perfect match in the sports apparel market to “meet the performance challenge”.

In addition, NILIT will present its exclusive NILIT Trend Collection for Spring/Summer 2015. The NILIT Trend Collection summarizes key fashion trends in the Bodywear and Activewear categories. NILIT provides this value-added service to its customers as input to and inspiration for their product design process.

“NILIT has maintained its leadership position by applying its advanced technological expertise to design a comprehensive assortment of products that respond to market needs,” says Molly Kremidas, Marketing Manager - NILIT America. “NILIT branded yarns offer an unlimited source of inspiration for apparel that answers consumers’ demands for fashion and comfort, as well as their requirement for technical performance.”

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