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RadiciGroup's sustainable range features in new book
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Jun '17
Courtesy: RadiciGroup
Courtesy: RadiciGroup
RadiciGroup's reduced environmental impact product range has been featured in the new book 'Neo-Materials in the Circular Economy – Fashion'. The company's product portfolio meeting new market requirements is described in the book under the 'RadiciGroup and the Future of Synthetic Fibres' section written by Aurora Magni, which appears in the first chapter.

The book as a whole offers numerous in-depth articles to provide an overall picture of the direction of the fashion industry.

Solution-dyed polyester, recycled polymer polyester and bio-based polyamide are some of the kinds of low environmental impact yarns produced by RadiciGroup specifically for the fashion industry. The fashion world is finally addressing sustainability and looking for materials that are not only beautiful and strong, but also sustainable.

"RadiciGroup can play a leading role in the fashion value chain as the ideal upstream supplier. RadiciGroup has long been well-equipped to satisfy the most diverse market needs for the supply of both small and large quantities of materials, including reduced environmental impact products. Over the years, our competence has expanded and we have invested in new technologies and up-to-date production plants, which set us apart from our competitors and make sustainability a competitive advantage. Our over 75 years of experience in the fibres industry and our vertically integrated polyamide production allow us to claim that we are one of the best-qualified producers on the market," said Oscar Novali, business area manager of RadiciGroup Comfort Fibres.

The book is edited by Marco Ricchetti in collaboration with Blumine Srl and the Italian sustainable fashion social network Sustainability-lab. It is available in English and Italian. (KD)

(Editors: This is the corrected version. Please note that the book has not been published by RadiciGroup. The RadiciGroup product portfolio is covered in the first chapter of the book. The error is regretted.)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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