After recently announcing the launch of its new stretch military ripstop fabric, Spartan HT Flex Lite, and strategically appointing the new head of defence and security fabrics, Carrington Textiles’ presence at the event represents the commercial focus on building on over 90 years of heritage of manufacturing military fabrics, the company said in a press release.
Likewise, Pincroft’s latest technology in non-skin contact vector protection for defence textiles and recent involvement in printing the new Dutch ministry of defence’s camouflage pattern as part of their army’s uniform programme, are just a few of the textile services that the company is showcasing at the event.
"Combining Carrington Textiles' experience in manufacturing some of the best military fabrics in the world with Pincroft’s know-how on dyeing, printing and finishing textiles for militaries since 1891 makes it the perfect mix to provide a full service for the sector. Our offer of a number of MultiCam camouflage patterns, together with many specially designed patterns, makes us a competitive player in today’s military fabrics market,” head of defence and security Fabrics, Graham Dobson, said.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (RR)