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Hengli appoints NA distributor for polyester industrial yarns
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Apr '10
Carolina-Pacific Fibers, a Charlotte based firm has been appointed as distributor for industrial polyester yarns of the China based, Jiangsu Hengli Chemical Fibre Co. Ltd. Charolette is known as the heart of the US market for industrial polyester yarns.

Jiangsu Hengli Chemical Fibre Co. Ltd is based in Wujiang, Jiangsu and has an annual industrial polyester production capacity of 200,000 tons. The Hengli products which Carolina-Pacific Fibers will be marketing are high tenacity polyesters, low shrink and super low shrink polyesters, HMLS products and twisted polyester yarns.

These yarns will be used for various Industrial Applications such as; Tires, Hoses, Rope & Cordage, Seatbelts, Slings, Conveyor Belts, Geotextile, Tents & Awnings, etc and are of the highest quality made with the most modern technology.

Fibre2fashion spoke exclusively to Mr David Rouse, Director of Carolina-Pacific Fibers, who said, “Our Company has over 80 years of experience in the industrial market and we believe our broad knowledge of the industry, the customers, plus import and export experience gives us an excellent opportunity to provide the service; customers in North America are looking for today.

“We are there, before, during and after the sale providing our personal service and it's just like the product is made and delivered from here. A key attribute for the customer is reliability of supply and while working with the customer and Hengli, we strive to deliver that reliability with the most cost effective product available,” he concluded by saying.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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