This was the first time that RadiciGroup’s comfort fibres business area attended such a technical and sector focused event.
“Our business area has been working for a long time on the development of innovative and performing yarns for the sports and leisure sectors and also workwear. In the first case, the main characteristics of the yarns have been breathability, lightness, comfort and resistance, while in the latter the focus has been more on flame retardant properties and mechanical resistance to abrasion and tearing,” said Marco De Silvestri, marketing director of RadiciGroup.
“The eco-conscious brands, keen on reducing the environmental impact of their products consider RadiciGroup as the ideal partner, able to supply sustainably manufactured products made in ISO certified plants, products whose traceability is guaranteed along the entire supply chain. Highly appreciated by the brands are our solution-dyed yarns that allow a considerable saving of water, and our r-PET polyester yarns deriving from the post-consumer recycling of common plastic bottles. We are more than ready to give our contribution to a truly sustainable European textile industry,” added De Silvestri. (PC)
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