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Teijin Group participating at ISPO Munich
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Jan '16
In order to extend its presence in the global sportswear market, Teijin Group is participating in ISPO Munich, the world biggest sportswear exhibition which runs from January 24 to 27 in hall B5, booth 534.

In a press release, Teijin said it will showcase technical materials and products offering exceptional comfort and solutions that help reduce fossil-resource consumption and thereby CO2 emissions.

Among the products on exhibit include, Eco Storm, which is a lightweight, high-performance material, both waterproof and breathable.

“It features recycled polyester laminated with a thin but highly durable polyester film and is ideal for eco-friendly outdoor clothing,” the Japanese company added.

Another product is the Deltapeak, Teijin Frontier's next-generation fabric, which realises a highly integrated combination of physicality, functionality and quality.

“It offers softness, durability, stretching, ultraviolet protection and anti-transparency, as well as snag resistance due to its dense and flat-knit surface,” Teijin informed.

One more is the Octa Neo, a multilayer fibre, which combines the company's proprietary Octa hollow, eight-fin polyester fibre with various chemical and natural staple fibres for diverse applications.

On the other hand, Pasmo is a high-tenacity polyester that boasts 1.5 times greater tensile strength than conventional polyester to provide athletes with greater comfort and body support for peak performance.

In bio-derived materials, the company is displaying Solotex, a polytrimethylene terephthalate fibre which is highly soft, stretchable, shape-retaining and durable and is also partially bio-derived.

It is also exhibiting Elk, which is a lightweight, durable, cushiony and breathable material that serves as an excellent substitute for polyurethane in a range of cushioning applications, such as bra cups, supporters and pads.

According to Teijin, Elk is also environmentally friendly because it does not generate cyanogen gas when incinerated.

Teijin's main fields of operation are high-performance fibres such as aramid, carbon fibres and composites, healthcare, films, resin & plastic processing, polyester fibres, products converting and IT.

The group has some 150 companies and around 16,000 employees spread out over 20 countries worldwide and posted consolidated sales of $6.6 billion in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2015. (AR)

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