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Sympatex to show footwear technologies at GDS 2014
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Feb '14
Sympatex will present a newly designed booth and a wide product and technology range at the GDS 2014 in Düsseldorf. The ecological alternative among functional textile specialists will focus on the growing segments Kids, City and Outdoor this year.

The participation of the Munich-based team in the leading international shoe fair in Düsseldorf (Hall 6 / Booth 6E07) underlines the great strategic importance of the shoe sector for the company.

At the booth, Sympatex will present many new partner products, for example by Richter, Ricosta, Däumling, Vögele as well as Tamaris. Moreover, the functional specialist will introduce new customers who will use the 100% recyclable “guaranteed green” Sympatex membrane for the first time in the coming season. Stadium, a new customer from the UK, the sports footwear producer Kangaroos and the US company Crocs will cooperate with Sympatex to improve their functional lines.

Along with the 100% water- and windproof as well as optimal breathable Sympatex membrane, there are convincing additional technologies like Moisture-tech 360° in particular, which was presented for the first time by the functional specialist during the last OutDoor Fair in Friedrichshafen.

“At this year's GDS, we will present the entire spectrum of our wide product and technology range”, says Michael Kamm, CEO of Sympatex Technologies GmbH. “We will put an even stronger focus on our business area Footwear. With our innovative products and our ecological direction, we clearly distinguish ourselves from our competitors, and we still see great growth opportunities in this market segment,” Mr Kamm points out.

Sympatex Technologies GmbH


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