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Radici showing range of staple fibre products at Domotex
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Jan '16
At Domotex in Hannover, RadiciGroup is showing Dorix and Radilon, a wide and complete range of staple fibre products ideal for use in numerous textile applications, particularly in the contract sector.

In Hannover, RadiciGroup is showing Dorix and Radilon, a wide and complete range of staple fibre products ideal for use in numerous textile applications, particularly in the contract sector.

“In the manufacture of carpet and needlefelt tiles, where colour fastness and wear resistance are required, these fibres ensure optimal performance, quality and sustainability,” a Radici press release stated.

“Our offering includes both raw and solution-dyed conventional polyamide 6 staple products, as well as more innovative products made from materials of biological origin, such as Dorix 6.10,” said sales manager Daniele Zanoletti.

“The bio-polyamides feature the perfect combination of technical and environmental performance, which is increasingly valued and appreciated by not only the textile sector,” Zanoletti added.

“Our good end-of-year results for 2015 reflect the fact that our customers value our work over these last few years directed at strengthening our position in the contract market,” she informed.

“We will continue to build our hallmarks by providing the needed resources and investments and which have production flexibility, the capability to produce highly customised products, etc,” Zanoletti noted.

“In 2016, definitely a very important year for us, we are launching a more complete range of innovative products, mainly, but not only, in the contract market,” Filippo Bona, R&D manager of Radici Yarn also said.

“Most notably, sustainable yarn and staple fibre, products that have received increasing interest from our stakeholders,” Bona stated. (AR)

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