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Taiwan fibre & yarn makers to show latest products at ITMA
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Nov '15
Echoing ITMA 2015's theme of 'Source Sustainable Solution', Taiwan Textile Federation (TTF) has invited seven large fibre and yarn manufactures to show their latest products at the forthcoming fair to be held in Italian city of Milan from November 12-19. 
 
TTF will display the highlights of the seven co-exhibitors—Acelon, Chainlon, Everest, Far Eastern New Century, Hung Wang, Shinkong and Yi Jinn—at hall 8, booth C119, the organisation said in a press release.
 
Chainlon, which has been engaged in green technologies in recent years, will feature Greenlon recycled yarn, dope dyed yarn and deep dyed yarn, appropriate for sports, fashion, industrial and other end uses.
 
Ever Seamless Body-mapping made by seamless or jacquard machine will be showcased by Everest. The superb compressibility can enhance the blood circulation, reduce muscle injury and improve athletic performance. It can be combined with mesh layer to achieve a good wicking effect. The 4-way stretch feature is body-mapped to ensure optimum comfort during use.
 
For those who go to night-sports like running and jogging, Far Eastern New Century brings Toplumins, a kind of luminescent yarn which can be self-luminous in dark environment after a short light-storage, enhancing the safety of night-time sports. It is suited for gloves, caps and shoes etc.
 
Far Eastern will also promote its another latest product, PET two tone filament, which provides multiple combinations of colours. It also provides thick and thin effects for those who endear fashionable look. 
 
Hung Wang, which specialises in horsehair braid, will display crinoline made of 100 per cent polyester—a perfect for wedding dress and millinery use.  Another specialty is a kind of straw braid consisting of 4 per cent polyester and 96 per cent paper yarn which attribute the properties of light weight and coolness. 
 
ShinCool Fibre form Shinkong is a hydrophilic polyester fibre designed to enable an active temperature and humidity management. Its high hygroscopic characteristic with inherent anti-static function, provides better moisture regain rate of 2.2 per cent than any regular fibre. Another version of ShinCool+ is featured hollow fibre which offers higher water absorption and liberation yet light weight.
 

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