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UK company opens new treatment line in Manheim

8th Mar 2021

Fenner Precision Polymers, a Michelin Group company and a leader in reinforced polymer technology, has begun operations in its new fabric treatment line in Manheim. In the state-of-the-art facility, technical fabrics and textiles are treated with specialised coatings and procured by clients from sectors such as aerospace, infrastructure, and energy.

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AIT unveils new operating division

25th Feb 2021

Advanced Infrastructure Technologies (AIT), a provider of innovative fibre-reinforced polymer (FRP) composite solutions, has unveiled a new operating division - AIT Manufacturing. The new division adds to AIT’s two existing divisions. With three divisions, AIT can help supply FRP composite solutions from rebar to bridges, and continue innovate in...

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MMI Textiles setting up new production facility in NC

24th Dec 2020

MMI Textiles, a global diversified supplier of industrial and custom fabrics and textile components with military, tactical, medical, commercial and apparel expertise, is setting up a new 30,000-square-foot production facility in North Carolina to produce select narrow fabrics. The facility will start production during the first quarter of 2021.

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Texwipe to open manufacturing unit in Mount Airy of US

2nd Nov 2020

Texwipe, a US-based manufacturer of contamination control supplies, will invest more than $4.5 million to locate a manufacturing facility in Mount Airy in in Surry County, generating 33 jobs, North Carolina governor Roy Cooper announced recently. The state’s department of commerce led a team of partners in supporting Texwipe’s expansion decision.

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NanoTextile bags trophy at Malaysia Tech Excellence Awards

14th Sep 2020

Malaysian company NanoTextile Sdn Bhd recently bagged the Nanotechnology-Apparel trophy at the Malaysia Technology Excellence Awards 2020, presented by Singapore Business Review. The firm was recognised for its first all-Malaysian initiative titled 'When Fashion Meets Technology', which offers a platform to fashionistas and technologists to collaborate ...

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Rize introduces Rizium Glass Fibre

25th Aug 2020

Rize, an additive manufacturing company bringing industrial 3D printing to users and a World Economic Forum (WEF) technology pioneer, has introduced Rizium Glass Fibre (GF), a composite 3D printing material with the high-dimensional stability and high stiffness for the strength required for printing large parts. Rizium GF is safe for use in enclosed...

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Kusumgar develops fabric for heavy cargo parachutes

24th Jul 2020

Kusumgar Corporates Private Limited, a pioneer in technical textiles in India, has developed a special fabric for P7 heavy cargo parachutes. Kusumgar successfully developed the fabric with special coating formulation with the support of DRDO's ADRDE team, which resulted in improved abrasion resistance in addition to being water and oil repellent.

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Toray develops high tensile modulus carbon fibre

4th Jun 2020

Toray Industries has developed a high tensile modulus carbon fibre and thermoplastic pellets that are ideal for injection molding employing that fibre. The pellets will enable the efficient production of complex, rigid parts which are also light, thereby helping lower the environmental impact. These developments would greatly enhance cost performance.

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Internetstores to sell OrganoTex textile products

24th Apr 2020

The Internetstores group, the owner of Addnature, is set to sell OrganoTex Textile Waterproofing products in their European webshop, CAMPZ.com, with sales in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Spain. OrganoClick develops biodegradable industrial durable water repellent products for textiles under the brand, OrganoTex.

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