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Tianye to show Amicor fibre made beddings at Heimtextil
06
Jan '16
Tianye Jacquard Textile, a manufacturer of jacquard knitted fabrics in China will promote their functional range of anti-allergy, fresh and hygienic fabrics at Heimtextil at their Stand No. 10.0 D 80A.

“The company will showcase its range of mattress and pillow protector fabrics, mattress ticking fabrics and toppers made with Amicor fibres,” a press release from Thai Acrylics stated.

“After a successful launch in the Chinese Market, Tianye Jacquard plans to target and promote their collection in the European market this year,” the company said in the press release.

Arleen Tian, director of Tianye Jacquard said, “There has always been a consumer demand for functional, healthcare fabrics in Europe and Heimtextil would be a perfect launch-pad for our new series to penetrate the European bedding market.”

“Our new fabric collection has been engineered with the innovative yarn made from Amicor fibres intimately blended with micro-denier anti-pilling fiber Pilbloc and Modal,” he added.

“Our range focuses on the complete bedding range from mattress, pillow and mattress protector fabrics to provide a healthy and hygienic environment for the full family,” Tian informed.

Biswajit Chaudhuri, chief marketing officer explained, “The new fabric collection with Amicor and Pilbloc blends, provide the dual function of hygiene and comfort.”

“Amicor fibre’s anti-microbial performance prevent the growth of dust mites in mattress, bedding and makes these anti-allergic and also prevents bacterial and fungal growth imparting anti-odour property,” he too added.

“Additionally, Pilbloc micro-denier anti-pilling fibre will provide new look to fabric for the lifetime of the bedding, while the super-fine micro-cross-section imparts quick-dry and super-soft property to fabrics,” Chaudhri stated.

According to Thai Acrylics, coupled with Modal, the fabric feels even softer than cotton for an ultimate feeling of comfort.

The collection is commercially available in various fabric designs and in range of 220-450 GSMs to suit different bedding application.

Amicor fibre is certified by Allergy UK Foundation’s ‘Seal of Approval’, Oeko Tex Class 1 Standard 100 and also REACH SVHC.

Both Amicor and Pilbloc fibres are the top performance fibre brands manufactured by Thai Acrylic Fibre Co. Ltd., a part of the $42 billion Aditya Birla Group. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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