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Trevira has further extended its range of spun-dyed yarns with new developments, including melange hybrid yarns for stiffened textiles. In the collections a noticeable trend is evident towards more colour and this is reflected in the supply of new fibre and filament yarns. Trevira and its yarn partners are also offering an extensive selection of melange yarns, reflecting the natural shades which continue to be topical.
At the end of the first half of 2016 the fibre manufacturer on balance expresses its satisfaction with business. With their strong Trevira CS customer base in Western Europe, home textiles are doing well, and there is increasing activity in Asia, which also has the support of the network of Indorama Ventures, the majority owner of Trevira. Increasing numbers of enquiries are coming from India, Pakistan and China. These orders, however, are subject to the special brand policy for Asia, whereby the fabrics produced there are destined for the regional market.
Besides the continuing good business in hybrid yarns, filaments show a rise in standard polyester activity in the home textiles sector – there has been an increase in volume, mainly in filament yarns for velvets.
Flame retardant Trevira fibres and fibre yarns are gaining more and more ground in technical applications, accompanied by a steadily rising demand for spun-dyed qualities – which is translating into positive results in sales figures. Here the base lies in customized development projects aimed at joint exploitation of market potential in Europe, North America and Asia.
Trevira CS Contract Square 2016 – the new fabric highlights
At MoOD Trevira’s fabric partners are once again offering trade visitors a whole series of innovative fabric constructions, interesting looks and colours.
Baumann Dekor (Austria) celebrates its centenary this year and is bringing gloss and glamour to the world of textiles with its new collection. Using a great variety of fancy yarns, different weaving techniques and fresh colour ranges, it has created collections like Luxury, Rough, Opulence and Precious: the very names underline the new concept. All the textiles on display, from heavy furniture fabrics to light decorative materials, are made in Austria. They are manufactured exclusively from Trevira CS – and are therefore suitable for the contract market.
Engelbert E. Stieger (Switzerland) is presenting a Trevira CS collection in modern, elegant single colours. They include top-quality drape and light decorative materials, articles with the linen look and attractive mélange effects. A variety of techniques, such as leno cloth and scherli, extend the range of these outstanding qualities.
FIDIVI (Italy): The highlight in FIDIVI‘s range of upholstery fabrics is the new Langhe-collection in Trevira CS, with 33 brilliant colours in widths of 140 cm. These robust qualities in weights of 420 g/m2 have high resistance to abrasion (to 50.000 Martindale cycles). The irregular surface structure of the articles is further accentuated by the use of two different yarn colours.
Mario Cavelli (Italy) is presenting in its Retex collection new and very light transparent Trevira CS curtains in strong colours, giving an iridescent effect. Also new is the decorative fabric collection Ispra Fiammato, an etamine article in slub yarns in widths of 340 cm, supplied in a variety of pastel shades.
Mersem (Turkey): The weaver from Bursa supplies the hospitality-sector with upholstery and curtain fabrics, drapes and print qualities. With in-house product development, Mersem offers a sample service. Trevira CS is used for part of its collection of decorative and upholstery fabrics, which also contains permanently antimicrobial Trevira CS Bioactive qualities.
Pugi (Italy) is enhancing its range of velours in 100% Trevira CS with Velluta U, a collection of articles with the creased look, very reminiscent of qualities in natural fibres. The collection is available piece-dyed and in a wide range of colours and it is also possible to meet special requests in terms of colour, both in small meterages and at short notice. The strengths of this upholstery fabric lie in its elegance and simplicity. Always on the look-out for new fancy yarns and looks, Pugi is also presenting Iguana C, a collection of upholstery fabrics with an innovative appearance and quite special feel. The material is double-sided. One side is smooth, with an attractive silkiness, while the other is woolly and semi-dull. Individual piece-dyeing is also possible within short delivery times.
Spandauer Velours (Germany) specializes in high-value velour and is displaying a wide collection of top-quality decorative and upholstery fabrics, catering particularly for the contract market.
Velvetex (Italy) is presenting its velour digital print qualities, offering a wide variety of possible designs. Other important product ranges include piece-dyed jacquard velours and plain velours in the cotton look. Both collections are available in a wide variety of shades.
Wintex (Italy) brings to Brussels a wide range of Trevira CS drapes and curtains. New developments include soft draping fabrics with metallic effects and interesting 3D structures created by stripes of loose threads.
The twister Lei Tsu (Italy), offers one of the most comprehensive programmes in flame retardant yarns in Europe. Articles are available in crepe, fancy and mélange yarns, and also air-textured. The titer range for the Trevira qualities extends from 25 dtex to 4000 dtex.
Vlnap (Czech Republic), making its fourth appearance at MoOD Yarns, is showing its range of yarns for all applications in the home textiles sector. The collection of flame retardant Trevira yarns covers more than 150 different articles, produced by the worsted, semi-worsted and wool yarn processes. Further stages deliver twisted and fancy yarns.
Have a seat at the Trevira CS Contract Square: New chairs with Trevira CS upholstery
Quality, Comfort and Design: Chair manufacturer Brunstad from Norway presents its new products. Brunstad stands for solid craftsmanship, excellent upholstery fabrics and materials, combined with classic Scandinavian design. The furniture must be comfortable, have appealing design, the right materials and fabrics to withstand use. The hardwearing Trevira CS upholstery materials, supplied by Pugi, impress with their fresh effects, special structures and pleasant handle.
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