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Marchi & Fildi show Ecotec yarn at Colombiatex 2017
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Jan '17
Marchi & Fildi, providers of cotton-based yarns for the textile industry, is showing the Ecotec, a first Made in Italy yarn produced by an exclusive production process, at the ongoing Colombiatex 2017, tradeshow for fabrics, textiles, findings & trimmings, machinery and chemicals in the clothing and home industry, from January 24 to 26, 2017, in Colombia.

This year Ecotec by Marchi & Fildi will present two product lines namely Ecotec Innovation: a line of smart solutions created by the R&D department of Marchi & Fildi, in cooperation with a textile style office, and Ecotec collection: an exclusive range of Ecotec fabrics made by accredited Ecotec partners.

Ecotec is a refined and versatile yarn that is perfect for woven and jersey fashion fabrics, as well as for knitwear and hosiery. Ecotec is perfect for retail and contract furnishings in ways that appeal to the creative experimentation of interiors stylists and designers. It is available in an extended range of vivid and bright colours, available as a stock service, for immediate delivery. Customers can specify their own colour ranges on request, customising the range to suit their own needs, and building creative partnerships within the R&D departments of Marchi & Fildi to better refine and produce new products and applications.

Marimekko is a Finnish design company renowned for its original prints and colours. The company’s product portfolio includes high-quality clothing, bags and accessories as well as home décor items ranging from textiles to tableware. Marimekko is always on a lookout for new sustainable materials and the company’s target is to increase the share of sustainable cotton and other sustainable materials in its collections. The company’s summer 2016 collection included a jersey series called Stripe 15 made with Ecotec yarn from textile industry waste. (GK)

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