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OrganoClick appoints Taiwanese agent for its DWR range
Oct '15
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Sweden based OrganoClick AB has appointed Pinnacle Tek Co as distributor for its durable water repellent (DWR) product range for the Taiwan textile market.

OrganoClick has since last spring, has focused on setting up collaborations with local distributors in the Chinese, Taiwanese, South Korean and Japanese markets.

“Approximately 77 per cent of the world's production of functional textiles is made in these countries,” OrganoClick said in a press release.

According to Swedish company, Taiwan has more than 3,000 textile factories which supply functional textiles to most of the leading outdoor brands.

Pinnacle Tek will sell and market OrganoClick's products and distribute the products to the textile factories from its own stock and warehouse in Taipei alongside providing technical support.

"The interest for eco-friendly chemistry is a fast growing trend in the Taiwanese textile industry,” Eric Ying, managing director at Pinnacle Tek said.

“We are therefore happy to work with OrganoClick who are in the forefront in development of green functional chemistries for textiles,” he added.

Mårten Hellberg, CEO at OrganoClick said, "With distribution in place in Taiwan, we reach a large number of the textile factories that is sourced by western sport and outdoor brands.”

“To be able to offer the textile factories an easy and quick delivery and technical support by a local partner is very important in order to get acceptance on the market,” Hellberg too added.

“The cooperation that we have now started with Pinnacle Tek Co in Taiwan and Shanghai Amazingtex Trading Co in China gives us a good platform for our market penetration,” he observed.

OrganoClick AB is a public Swedish cleantech company which develops, produces and markets functional materials based on environmentally friendly fibre chemistry.

It has in its portfolio the water repellent fabric treatment OrganoTex, the flame and rot-resistant timber OrganoWood and biocomposite materials.

OrganoClick was founded in 2006 as a commercial spin-off company based on research performed at Stockholm University and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. (AR)

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