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Polygenta to show recycled polyester yarn at F&A Show
May '14
Polygenta Technologies Ltd, the only manufacturer in the Indian sub-continent of high quality, sustainable polyester filament yarn, made from 100% post-consumer PET bottles, is exhibiting at the Fabrics & Accessories (F&A) Trade Show 2014 to be held in Bangalore from May 30 to June 1, 2014 at Stall no. F4/F3.

Fabrics & Accessories (F&A) Trade Show 2014 is one of the biggest fairs for a wide range of fabrics and accessories. Alongside, it will also host Hometex 2014 for consumers interested in home textile. More than 100 exhibitors will be exhibiting their products and around 3000 visitors are expected to visit the exhibition.

Polygenta Technologies has a fully integrated plant in Nasik in India which is OEKO-Tex Standard 100 & GRS (Global Recycling Standard) certified company and also an IMS (ISO 9000, ISO 14000 & ISO 18000) certified company.

The yarn quality, appearance, physical properties, and processing performance from Polygenta are comparable to yarn made conventionally from crude-oil based petrochemicals. Incidentally, Polygenta was selected as the ‘Sustainable Investment of the Year 2012’ by the Financial Times and IFC.

Its state-of-the-art manufacturing plant has a production capacity of 10,000 tons per annum. Polygenta provides a full range of quality recycled filament yarn in the denier range of 50-300 for a wide range of applications including sports apparel, outdoor wear, polar fleece, casual fashion, backpacks, home furnishing, automotive, etc.

Polygenta supplies high performance textile grade recycled chips, Partially Oriented Yarn, and Draw Textured Yarn to supply chain partners for specialty products and applications.

Revealing the reason for participating in Fabrics & Accessories Trade Show, Marc Lopresto- CFO at Polygenta Technologies Ltd says, “Today, there is a surging demand for premium sustainable products globally and for Indian companies, it is time consuming and costly to import recycled polyester yarn to meet this demand.

He adds, “With companies like Polygenta, consumers can now leverage the export opportunity. The exhibition is an opportunity for Polygenta to showcase its recycled premium polyester filament yarn, so that consumers can experience the product and interact with the team.”

So if any textile company is already in to production or planning to produce sustainable textiles, stall no. F4/F3 of Polygenta Technologies is the booth to visit, where one will be able to view and check a whole range of recycled polyester filament yarn. 

Polygenta Technologies Ltd

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