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Radici Yarn initiates restructuring to maintain competitiveness
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Sep '09
Radici Yarn, a RadiciGroup company active in the fibres sector, has streamlined its organizational structure and reconfirmed its position as one of the world's most qualified manufacturers of polyamide 6 and 66 yarn and fibre (Radilon).

In a move to boost its competitiveness and maintain its leading position in the textiles and apparel market, Radici Yarn has recently concentrated its Italian PA 6 and 66 yarn manufacturing operations at its Villa d'Ogna (BG) production site. Now, after this restructuring phase and thanks to its focus on technological innovation and integration, Radici Yarn is poised to meet the expectations of today's market in a more competitive, dynamic and flexible manner. Leveraging RadiciGroup's long experience and the synergistic vertical integration of its nylon production chain - the Group has full knowledge and control of its production chain, from chemical intermediates, starting with cyclohexanol, to PA 6, PA 66, and synthetic yarn -, Radici Yarn is in a position to design and offer its customers new, high quality, high value added products. All this while paying attention to the environment and implementing an environmentally sustainable approach.

Radici Yarn's Villa d'Ogna production facility is complemented by the polyamide 6 and 66 yarn processing activities carried on at S.C. Yarnea S.R.L, a RadiciGroup company located in Savinesti (Piatra Neamt), Romania. The Yarnea plant is equipped with innovative yarn processing technology, capable of delivering high performance, high quality yarn with excellent technical properties. Radici Yarn can also count on the expertise of GTR, an Italian RadiciGroup company which assembles warp-knitting beams, and the experience of Radici Chimica SpA, Novara, in polyamide 66 production.

Radici Yarn offers a wide range of products: PA 6 and 66 POY, FDY and FOY for weaving, texturing, circular knitting, warp knitting and seamless; staple, tow and PA6 polymers. The expanded colour range of RADILON multifilament for the apparel sector is one of the most recently introduced innovations. The characteristics of these yarns – colour consistency, lot continuity and excellent wash and light resistance – make them ideal for use in the most critical applications, as well as responsive to fashion trends and specific customer demands.

Radici Partecipazioni SpA


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