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Lenzing opens Center of Excellence in Indonesia

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Jan '19
Courtesy: Lenzing
Courtesy: Lenzing
Lenzing has opened its new Center of Excellence (COE) in Indonesia. With the COE, Lenzing has set up a further milestone in intensifying its cooperation with the partners along the value chain. To further improve product quality, COE will also provide laboratory and analytical facilities to conduct trials and analyses of various types of fibres and yarns.

The Lenzing Center of Excellence (LCOE) will complete the chain of innovation and application centers of the Lenzing Group in Lenzing (Austria), Purwakarta and Hong Kong. Herewith, it further increases its effort to jointly conduct research & development on new yarns.

"The LCOE is already running full speed and draws a lot of interest from customers and partners. It is an important step to implementing our corporate strategy sCore TEN. The proximity to important Asian customers and partners creates a new dimension in our service offering. We can react more quickly to current trends and handle a broad spectrum of aspects on location relating to the application with our full range of fibers as well as unique fiber blends in collaboration with our supply chain partners," said Robert van de Kerkhof, chief commercial officer of the Lenzing Group.

"After the opening of the Application and Innovation Center in Hong Kong the Indonesian LCOE is another defined step to further strengthen Lenzing’s partnership with its customer. LCOE captures activities and innovation capabilities in the area of fiber to yarn. The Hong Kong Center focuses on yarn to fashion. With this, we have brought full fiber to fashion innovation capabilities to Asia. I hope that this center becomes truly an example of excellence both in conversion technology and partnership with customers," Vineet Singhal, senior vice president AMEA said. (RR)

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