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Filatura C4 to show Re.Verso smart-wool yarns at FILO
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Feb '17
Courtesy: Filatura
Courtesy: Filatura
Filatura C4, Italian company known for smart innovation in the contract and furnishing and specialising in the recuperation of technical and natural fibres, is set to present Re.Verso smart-wool yarns, which can be used in the contract market, at FILO, international exhibition for yarns and fibres, to be held in Milan, Italy, on February 22 and 23, 2017.

The collection was planned to satisfy the market’s increasingly more specific needs, which require increased specialisation and responsibility in the recovery of textile fabrics. Thanks to the Re.Verso system, the company offers quality products with low environmental impact through the use of pre-consumer wool packaging cuts which are collected, selected and processed in an accredited, fully transparent and traceable way. The Re.Verso collection is mainly employed in contract and home furnishing. The Re.Verso product is available in a range of counts going from 5,000 to 9,500 nanometres, and it can be supplied both in singles and in twisted plies.

Re.Verso is the brand of a new, fully transparent, certified and traceable Italian textile system intended for wool and cashmere. The integrated supply chain can boast incredible savings in terms of energy (-76 per cent), water (-89 per cent), and CO2 emissions (-96 per cent), as certified by the LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) study led by PRIMA Q (the figures below refer to wool).

This supply chain of excellence is based on the collaboration of five premium Italian textile producers: Green Line, a leading company in the selection, collection and waste management of scraps of pre-consumer textile materials from all over Europe; Nuova Fratelli Boretti for raw materials, A. Stelloni Collection by Mapel for fashion textiles, Filpucci for hi-end knitwear yarns, and Filatura C4 for designing contract textile and for woven fabrics in general. (GK)

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