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FLO fabric shows a promising business market
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Mar '08
Filament Lattice Oxford (FLO) cloth, a material greatly preferred by garment manufacturers in the early years, is back again.

The fabric has made its presence felt in the south market of China Weaving Town in Wang Jiang Jing, Jiaxing, Zhejiang.

Filament Lattice Oxford cloth has become one of the best-selling fabrics because of its extensive characteristics and wide usages. It is mainly based on polyester, semi-dull FDY135/36F, and is woven on water looms with lifted lattice structure.

The fabric is produced after a long process of dyeing and polyurethane coating. Filament lattice oxford is also very popular for its tensile strength and has a very attractive and fashionable outlook.

This very dependable fabric is used widely in the production of handbags, shopping bags, backpacks, tourism bags, car hood and various other goods.

Most importantly, the fabric, after printing is used in making stylish shopping bags replacing the plastic ones since it is more strong, convenient and economic.

The fabric measures 150 cm in width, weighs about 100 grams per meter and can be available in more than 20 different attractive colors.

The market looks very positive for this filament lattice Oxford cloth which is expected to do more business in the future. Besides, industrialists are also planning to drive up the trade volume of polyester semi-dull FDY135D/36F.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China


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