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Experience Thai Acrylic's eco-friendly fibres at SPINEXPO
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Aug '14
Thai Acrylic Fibre Co., Ltd., the world’s second largest exporter of acrylic fibre, will be showcasing its exciting and innovative range of eco-friendly product- RADIANZA specialty fibres at the upcoming SPINEXPO event in Shanghai, China, from September 2-4, 2014.
 
RADIANZA being dyed in the fibre stage is an innovative product from Thai Acrylic Fibre Co., Ltd. which contributes to creating of sustainable textile applications by eliminating the hassles and environmental hazards achieved by inclusion of dyeing process in the yarn stage, making the entire textile value chain green. RADIANZA fibres have been made available by the company through a capability of more than 700 shades.
 
At the expo, the company will also promote its flagship anti-piling fibre PILBLOC to customers, who can experience these soft & clean fibres in the form of variety of blends and garments.
 
In addition, the company will also feature its premier anti-microbial product AMICOR in the form of very latest fabric trends and garments for use in applications such as innerwear and sportswear.
 
SPINEXPO Shanghai 2014, to be held at ‘The Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center’, will present fibres, yarns for knitting, circular knit and weaving (fabrics and upholstery), socks, laces, labels and technical textiles, where Thai Acrylic Fibre Co., Ltd. will display its range of innovative and functional fibres—at stall H-07.
 
SPINEXPO takes place twice a year in Shanghai and once a year in New York.
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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