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Fulgar SpA is OEKO-TEX Company of the Month for Nov 2014
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Dec '14
Fulgar SpA, Italian yarn manufacturers, has been named Company of the Month for November 2014, by the International Association for Research and Testing in the Field of Textile Ecology (OEKO-TEX), which provides testing and certification system for textile raw materials, intermediate and end products at all stages of production.

With its aspirations for innovation, constant customer focus and high quality, Fulgar SpA has become one of the leading manufacturers of polyamides, used mainly for the manufacture of knitted fabrics, lingerie, swimwear, and sportswear. Almost all articles meet the most stringent human-ecological demands necessary for certification in product class l (baby articles) for the OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certification.

Alan Garosi, the marketing manager for Fulgar SpA said, “The focus is on adjustment of the finished products to suit the needs of the end consumers. The yarns manufactured by Fulgar are used for all types of textiles: their application ranges from circular knitting for modern jersey textiles to hosiery, corsetry and swimwear, to sportswear. Our decades of know-how in the textile industry have enabled us to create intelligent fibres with new capabilities and to offer a wide, environmentally friendly and sustainable range of products.”

He said, “Thanks to extensive investments in the area of research and development, Fulgar can now concentrate on the development of new and innovative fibres. In addition to our particular customer focus and strength of innovation, our philosophy also includes an extremely high commitment to environmental issues and sustainability.”

Fulgar SpA. was founded in 1980 in Castel Goffredo (Mantua) as a supplier to local textile companies. As a result of far-sighted company policies and optimum market adjustment, the company gradually won ground in the international textile arena.

Today, the company has subsidiaries in Sri Lanka and Serbia, and also maintains a sales office in Turkey. (GK)

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