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Thermo°Cool Innovation Excellence Award for Hong Kong Nonwoven
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Bringing together the finest work in the field of high-tech fibre concepts for performance insulations, the ThermoCool Innovation Excellence Award has been presented to Hong Kong Non-woven Fabric Ind. Co., Ltd., specialist in the global insulations market. The Award recognises outstanding product development and innovation and highlights the importance of working in partnership to bring innovative product concepts to market.

Anderson Lee, Business Director of Hong Kong Non-Woven commented. “We are proud to receive this Innovation Award which recognises the success of ThermoCool insulations. Industry feedback has been very positive with the products now adopted by dozens of leading Outdoor brands including industry leaders like Marmot, confirming that this new performance product is top of its class and the best available performance insulation in the industry.”

David Bayliss, Business Director of ADVANSA added, “This award recognises Hong Kong Non-woven for outstanding innovation. Only a company with such a high level of technical expertise and insight into the market needs could have achieved so much, in such a short time. It is also the proof that partnership is the key to successin bringing new product concepts to market. “

ADVANSA ThermoCool is a high performance material for thermoregulation, which thanks to its unique fibre mix, provides adaptive smart dual function: Evaporative cooling and thermo buffering. Entirely developed by ADVANSA, The product is also available in versions ECO with a polymer from renewable sources and FRESH, with silver ions imbedded in the polymer.

ADVANSA Marketing GmbH

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