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Invista to offer small lot dyed nylon 6,6 fibres to BCF market
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Sep '16
Courtesy: Invista
Courtesy: Invista
Invista is investing $30 million in the latest technology at its plant in South Carolina to offer customers the industry's first ever offering of one step and small lot capability, specifically for solution dyed nylon 6,6 fibres. This small lot capability is particularly targeted to fulfill carpet fibre demands, by offering a palette of hundreds of colours.

The specialty fibre manufacturer developed this innovative and proprietary small-lot technology by working with German textile machinery manufacturer Truetzschler. The company will be supplying these dyed fibres under its Antron Lumena brand.

“Our mill customers and the design community rely on Invista to offer a palette of hundreds of solution-dyed nylon 6,6 colours for each of their unique design preferences,” Marc Ahrens, vice president of specialty flooring business at Invista said. “The new technology will expand our capability to offer sophisticated colour families while at the same time improving service.” (AR)

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