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Sofileta & Hyosung to develop creora Fresh fabrics
Jun '17
Sofileta, a leading French mill specialising in warping, weaving, knitting, dyeing, finishing, and laminating, has partnered with Hyosung, a South Korean industrial conglomerate, to develop a new collection of creora Fresh fabrics. The creora Fresh technology works to deodorise sources of body odour through chemical bonding and is permanent in the fibre.

Dominique Heuillard, Sofileta innovation manager said, “We are committed to leveraging our technical capabilities to service the needs of customers for performance plus fashion. Our expertise is to customise the fabrics for the needs of the specific end use application. Creora Fresh allows us to add another element of performance for intimates and sportswear.”

Ria Stern, Hyosung global marketing director said, “Sofileta is the ideal partner to work with as they can integrate fabric and fibre technology to develop leading edge products. We have worked with Sofileta from the early days of creora and are thrilled to continue our partnership in meeting the ever-changing needs of brands.”

Sofileta is set to celebrate the 25th anniversary of creora elastane at Interfilière Paris, on July 8, 2017, in stand D11 FABRICS. (GK)

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