Carrington Textiles, a global workwear textile manufacturer has announced the appointment of a new member of their team. Jenni Brown. Brown has been appointed sales manager in the northern and eastern regions of Europe as well as working with well-established teams within these markets. With years of knowledge of carrington textiles and international sales Brown is expected to help guide the business’s aggressive growth strategy for Europe in her new role as sales director. Brown has previously held the post of UK and European sales manager for the knitwear company John Smedley, Head of Key Accounts for Simon Jersey and, latterly Business Development Manager for Cintas UK.
“I anticipate being part of Carrington Textiles’ team.” Carrington Textiles team”
Jenni Brown has stated that she was thrilled to be part of this exciting brand. She also she made the following comment about her new job “With more than twenty years experience in the business of corporate wear and fashion I know my the needs and expectations of customers This, therefore is an appropriate career choice. I am excited to bring our latest developments to market and being part of our Carrington Textiles team to continue the expansion and expansion of market share”.
Carrington Textiles Sales Director Paul Farrell said that they were pleased to have someone with impressive experience and abilities as Jenni Brown to their group and said “She has the best match to continue our growth in the northern and eastern regions of Europe and I’m excited to discover what the future holds not just for our business’s strategy as well for her professional advancement”.
Sasa’s orders grew by 20% because of the spread of the
Turkey’s biggest producer of polyester, SASA has seen 20% growth in orders due to the spread of coronavirus. The Adana-based company makes 700 million tons of polyester each year. About 60% of its production is delivered to technical carrington textiles producers of hygiene, health and packaging product.
In his announcement in his statement to Anadolu Agency, SASA General Manager Irfan Baskir said that 2019 is the year where the investments planned for 2019 gradually come into play. In announcing it was the case that SASA is part of Erdemoglu Holding has realized a significant investment, Baskir reminded that the capacity for production of polyester has is now up from 350 thousand tonnes to 700 thousand tonnes annually after the installation of the polyester fibre facility. In reiterating that the investment in the fibre plant was made, Baskir said; “Our capacity will increase to 1.4 million tonnes this year, with the second phase of investment in May, and the final phase to be completed in June”.
Technical textile news the textile scrap revives with Fibersort
The Dutch-based Fibersort consortium has introduced the market-ready Fibersort equipment to market that is a cutting-edge automated sorting system that transforms the textile-to-textile recycling of post-consumer textiles. As a result of a long-term duration of research, this technology offers new possibilities in recycling textile waste.
The rapid growth of use and disposal methods that are transforming fashion causes carrington textiles to enter the market to reach final use quickly. For North-West Europe alone, around 4,700 kilograms of post-consumer textile waste are produced each year, which is only a small fraction of the world’s pile of waste textiles. In the average, only 30 percent of these are collected separately, while the remainder are discarded in household waste. In the ideal scenario the carrington textiles are offered for sale on the second-hand market locally as well as internationally. The remainder of the carrington textiles are deemed non-rewearable because of their inability to compete in the second-hand market, or due to the market of oversupply that second-hand clothes are experiencing. The majority of these are being recycled, incinerated or disposed of. Yet 24% of carrington textiles that are collected could be able to be used to create new fabrics, but aren’t. The carrington textiles comprise 486 kilo tons per year, which is which is equivalent to fifty Eiffel towers!
Two experts collaborate in a new project to illuminate garments
Coats is the world’s largest industrial thread producer is working with Osram the global lighting expert to introduce Coats Signal Active Illumination to aid in improving people’s safety as well as visibility.
Coats Signal Active Illumination is an advanced customizable, washable and lightweight LED light system that is designed for use in clothing and accessories. Its visibility range is about three times greater than retro-reflective lighting is capable of attaining.
Coats Signal Active Illumination constructed of flexible light guides that draw energy from the USB battery, which is the size of credit cards. It will keep a charge for up to 8 hours. This, as the typical duration of a working shift, is especially important for those who wear it as part of their work attire. The power bank is easily detached and removed to allow the garment, including it’s LED lights to be used for machines for washing and drying.
News about technical textiles: there is an answer for every need in Oerlikon nonwoven
Oerlikon Nonwoven will attend the nonwovens trade fair INDEX 2020 that will take place at the 6th time Geneva, Switzerland, from March 31 until April 3 2020. The company will exhibit its products and solutions for nonwoven market and consumer focused hygiene, medical and other applications in the field of technology, and will concentrate on the quality of its products and an efficient production processes. Oerlikon Nonwoven, based in Neumunster will showcase its the expertise of its process and product using the technology it has created.
Oerlikon Nonwoven in turn offers a wide range of products, services and spunbond technologies. The process used to make geotextiles made of polypropylene or polyester is optimized and is distinguished by its large production capacities and high yields, and also low energy consumption to produce high-quality nonwoven products.
For the production of hygiene nonwovens Oerlikon Nonwoven offers its new QSR (Quality Sized Right) systems. In this case, the advantages that come with QSR and the Chinese manufacturer’s machine constructor’s production can be integrated with the overall solution. The benefit for producers of nonwovens is highly competitive solutions for attractive prices and lower cost of investment.
Kordsa in the World of Concrete with its brand KraTos
Kordsa took part at The International Concrete Fair, World of Concrete (WOC) 2020 which was held at Las Vegas between 4-7 February. WOC attracted 60,000 attendees and around 1500 businesses. Kordsa is a global market leader in the tire, composite and construction reinforcement markets, drew a lot of attention by its expertise and the characteristics of its new composite fibres Kordsa KraTos Macro and KraTos Micro utilized to reinforce concrete.
With a simple and quick applications, KraTos Macro and KraTos Micro blend seamlessly in concrete to provide the highest performance. The two products differ in their durability due to their excellent quality and durable structure, are eco-friendly, sustainable solutions that emit less carbon dioxide emissions as steel reinforcements. As one of the very first Turkish product on the international synthetic fiber market Kratos is extremely popular for superstructure and infrastructure projects. KraTos is utilized in a range of construction processes, From industrial concrete, screed to underrail concrete to port’s slabs on ground concrete; from shotcrete , to tunnel liner and precast concrete components.
Technical textile news: Protection is increased as weight is reduced with Aramid textiles
The protection is increased while the weight decreases by using Aramid textiles. Aramid fibre yarns are extensively used for technical purposes. They are utilized in composites for instance in ballistic systems with hard surfaces and lightweight containers for transport and in high-performance, laminated sails however, they are also utilized in protective textiles, mostly in woven textiles for clothing. As compared to carbon and glass fibers, which are also utilized in a variety of applications, the particular characteristics of the aramid yarns provide them with advantages and can be used in a range of applications, but they come with a cost.
In particular, Aramid fibers possess a remarkable impact resistance and absorption capacity. Contrary to those made of glass or carbon, aramid fibres are unaffected by abrasion of filaments during processing. They are currently processed using the COP MAX 5 multiaxial warp knit machine to produce non-crimp materials with a level of uniformity which has not been attained before. Fine, light reinforcing structures that are channel-free are made for applications that require a higher level of force absorption, particularly in lighter and new fluid ballistics systems.