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Outlast and Bekaert Textiles intensify partnership
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Apr '09
Outlast and Bekaert Textiles have intensified their partnership. Outlast granted Bekaert Textiles a worldwide license for producing Outlast mattress tickings with the new application process "Outlast Matrix Infusion“ (OMI) where an advanced formulation of Outlast mPCMs is finely applied onto various mattress tickings.

“We believe that Bekaert Textiles is the right partner for us for the product mattress ticking”, says Martin Bentz, Managing Director of Outlast Europe GmbH, Heidenheim/Germany. “Bekaert Textiles is very well positioned in the market. Bekaert Textiles is a global player with worldwide production facilities, with great know-how and best experience. We invested a lot of time and efforts into the new development and we are proud, that customers understand the added value instantly.”

“The partnership between Outlast and Bekaert Textiles is a partnership between the worldwide market leaders in their industry. Bekaert Textiles is the number one worldwide in the ticking industry. Outlast is the number one worldwide in phase-change materials (PCM) and real temperature regulation technology on textiles”, explains Paul

De Meulemeester, Chief Executive Officer of Bekaert Textiles NV, Waregem/Belgium. “Our joint search for superior temperature regulation in ticking has now created a great new innovation: the Outlast Matrix Infusion (OMI). OMI is a new milestone for our customers, the mattress and bed producers, who are looking for superior sleeping comfort for consumers”, says De Meulemeester. “The Outlast Matrix Infusion is a completely new application and the unique PCM technology substantially increases the comfort for the end user, so it is not too hot, not too cold, but just right.”

Outlast Europe GmbH

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