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Nilit to introduce EcoCare fiber to international marketplace at Interfiliere
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Jul '09
Nilit, a global leader in the production of nylon 6.6, will be exhibiting its newest innovative fiber, Nilit EcoCare, at Interfilière 2009. EcoCare is the only recycled nylon 6.6 with deep, uniform color.

Nilit's 84 square meter booth will be located in hall 3, stand H3L6/3M11 at this year's Show, which takes place 5-7 September at the Paris Expo in France. Interfilière is the number one trade fair for lingerie and beachwear fabrics. This year marks the 11th time Nilit has participated at Interfilière.

“We look forward to introducing our Nilit EcoCare fiber to the international marketplace at this year's Interfiliere,” says Oded Breier, Nilit's Marketing & Sales Manager. “This is the first recycled fiber that retains the properties of our virgin fibers and gives excellent color depth and uniformity in the regular dye process.”

The Company's recycled yarns “reflect our long-standing consideration for the environment and our reputation as an innovator in yarn engineering and production,” Breier explains. Nilit EcoCare nylon 6.6 yarns are certified by Scientific Certification Systems (SCS) for minimum 89% recycled content

At the Show, Nilit will preview its Spring/Summer 2011 Trendbook for body fashion and active sports. The book, which features collections designed and conceived by Nilit Fashion consultant Ilana Joselowitz, takes its theme from “ a society seeking ways to live a better life in a new mood sparked by a quest for meaning.”

The 44-page book expands this theme in collections as varied as “mystic legends,” “art nouveau,” “wicked ways,” and savanna lands.” EcoCare and other Nilit high-performance fibers, will be shown at the Nilit booth via intimate apparel, legwear and activewear products from the latest trends collection.

Nilit Ltd

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