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Coolsmart fibre to revolutionize textile industry
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Mar '08
Speaking about chemical fibre clothes, would instantly remind one of the stifling, airtight feelings. However, in this era of technological innovations, there is virtually nothing that remains invariant.

New chemical fibre clothes, especially made for warding off perspiration and transmission of humidity, have been introduced in the commercial market.

Popularized as 'Coolsmart', the new fibre has a soft feel to it and is also vouched for being extremely comfortable.

This fibre is being manufactured by Bofing Textile Co Ltd, which is recognized as one of the most famous textile enterprises in China.

Besides, it has been developed on lines similar to that of Coolmax fibre brought up by American Dupont Company. However, Coolsmart is more price competitive than its Western counterpart and this is mainly due to the technological advancement.

Presently, Coolsmart fibre is being used for the production of shirts, overcoats, sports apparel, trousers, policeman uniform and for many other textile goods. Bofing Textile was backed by the Government in its initiative to develop more new products for the enhancement of the national textile industry.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China


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