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Polygenta Technologies to participate in TITAS 2015
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Oct '15
100% Recycled Yarn/Polygenta
100% Recycled Yarn/Polygenta
Polygenta Technologies Limited, Mumbai, India based manufacturer of 100% recycled yarn, will participate in the 19th Taipei Innovative textile Application Show (TITAS) 2015, to be held from October 19 to 21, in Taipei, Taiwan.
 
“We shall be exhibiting our latest recycled polyester product range in this exhibition at booth N503,” Makarand Kulkani, general manager-marketing, Polygenta, who will be present at the booth, told fibre2fashion.com.
 
“At the most innovative exhibition in Asia, Polygenta will showcase its product on the platform of fashion, function and sustainability,” said Vinayak Apte, senior manager-technical services, who would be accompanying Kulkarni to TITAS.
 
From a modest beginning as a texturising company, Polygenta took a bold step to adopt a new way for polyester production applying a novel technology and proceeded to set up a polyester manufacturing plant in Nashik, India. In August 2012, the company started full-fledged production of 100% chemically recycled polyester yarn with a production capacity of 10,000 tonnes per annum.
 
“Powered by its exclusive patented technology, single minded focus and strong financial backing, Polygenta is on course to make a significant global impact,” according to the website of the company.
 
Polygenta's 100% recycled yarn is available in 50-300 denier range. The company also offers recycled POY and PET chips to its global customers. With an aim to become the world's leading player in the business of recycling PET bottles and other waste PET material, the company is planning to further invest in development of technology to recycle other forms of PET post-consumer and post industrial waste. (RKS)
 

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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