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INVISTA textile research facility in Delaware expands offering
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Apr '09
INVISTA's apparel customer service facility for North America has moved to INVISTA's Applied Research Centre in Newark, Del., now offering brand standards testing, customer-inquiry analysis and in-process management, in addition to its existing research and development programs.

“Guided by INVISTA's strong focus on innovation, we have used this research facility in the past to explore new ideas for fiber and fabric applications,” said Robert Dzielak, North America sales director for INVISTA Apparel.

“With the addition of these expanded services, we not only continue our R&D efforts, but also provide added value with brand standards testing and direct customer service.”

The research facility's capabilities include testing services to approve fibers and fabrics under trademarks including the full range of LYCRA fiber and fabrics, as well as TACTEL fiber, COOLMAX fabric and SUPPLEX fabric. This brand testing function, previously performed in Charlotte, N.C., is now consolidated at the Newark facility, which also provides fabric production, dyeing and finishing capabilities.

INVISTA operates similar technical facilities in Brazil, Singapore, China and Northern Ireland. Mills and retailers interested in utilizing INVISTA's technical textile services in Newark, Del., should contact Tammie Dingle.

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