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Avgol to demonstrate nonwovens technology at IDEA 2019

09 Jan '19
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Courtesy: Avgol Nonwovens
Courtesy: Avgol Nonwovens

Avgol, a global leader in the manufacture of high-performance nonwoven fabric solutions, will showcase its Forward Innovative Thinking (FIT) family of nonwoven technologies at IDEA 2019. IDEA is a leading event drawing world’s premier professionals in nonwovens and engineered fabrics. It will take place from March 25-28 at Miami Beach Convention Center, US.

The IDEA 2019 event is expected to attract over 7,000 attendees and companies from more than 70 countries.

Avgol’s FIT strategy represents the company’s commitment to harnessing expertise to anticipate the needs of consumers. It includes the creation of high-performance technologies that are designed to be modular in nature and can be used alone, or in combination, to provide a palette of solutions for product designers, said a press release from Avgol.

Developed to respond to consumer needs and desires, FIT technologies and chemistries address softness, skin wellness, barrier and fluid management complexities in hygiene applications, including the baby diaper, adult incontinence and feminine hygiene products markets.

The FIT family of Avgol, includes beneFIT, comfortFIT and enhanceFIT, as well as Waveform 3D – a new process that enables the modification of nonwoven fabrics to extend innovation capabilities and enhance performance and comfort for consumers.

“IDEA is a premier event in the nonwovens and engineered fabrics sector and an excellent platform for Avgol to inform and educate delegates on our latest market-leading and pioneering technologies,” said Nick Carter, director of market business intelligence and intellectual property, Avgol. “We look forward to demonstrating how our FIT technologies can offer a truly tailored solution for enhanced performance and end-user comfort.” (PC)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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