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Lenzing shows Tencel fibre for hotels at Heimtextil
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Jan '17
Lenzing, a world leader in marketing and manufacturing man-made cellulose fibres from Austria, is presenting the Tencel lyocell fibre, at the ongoing Heimtextil 2017, the international trade fair for home and contract textiles, from January 10 to 13, 2017, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, demonstrating its worth in the hotel business in bed linens.

Tencel fibre has no problem meeting the highest standards in bed linens. Years of product developments with international partners in industrial linens and bed linens manufacturers have led to success.

Susanne Jary, home and interior director at Lenzing said, “Following intensive effort on our part, we have developed excellent bed linens for the hotel trade. Now business travellers or wellness guests can also experience Tencel bed linens. It was no easy task to get Tencel fit for industrial laundries. After years of cooperation with partners in industry, technical recommendations have been developed for cleaning hotel bed linens in industrial laundries.”

The American manufacturer, Valley Forge Fabric, works with internationally renowned hotel chains and specialises in Tencel in the segment of furniture fabrics and bed linens.

Valley said, “We are convinced that we have changed the way that our customers see textiles in the hotel sector. Ecological compatibility and health aspects now have an influence on their purchase decisions. For us it is important to tell this unique Tencel fibre story.”

The Austrian company HEFEL Textil is a pioneer in the field of production of Tencel bed linens. HEFEL Textil started to use the Tencel fibre in their bed linens as early as 1998. (GK)

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