Triuvant UV Stabilizers by Triad Polymers

Related Keywords: acrylic, apparel, filament fibers, industrial fabrics, nylon, PET, polyester, recycled plastic applications, textile applications

Greensboro
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Triuvant UV stabilizers are available in custom blends to fit your application. Additionally, the company provides the below products geared towards specific uses: Triuvant Ultra — best for injection molded or extruded film applications. Intended to increase longevity and prevent brittleness and cracking, Triuvant Sustain — designed for use in recycled plastic applications. Formulated to work best with reclaimed polyester either from post-consumer or post-industrial waste-streams, Triuvant Brilliance — intended for use in a variety of textile applications where it is important that colors stay vibrant and do not fade over time.

Triuvant UV stabilizers are available in custom blends to fit your application. Additionally, the company provides the below products geared towards specific uses: Triuvant Ultra — best for injection molded or extruded film applications. Intended to increase longevity and prevent brittleness and cracking, Triuvant Sustain — designed for use in recycled plastic applications.

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Synthetic fibers prepared with nylon, polyester, acrylic, and polyolefin have a commanding position in the textile industry of Pakistan

Related Keywords: 000 looms, 90, Acetate rayon yarn, acrylic, acrylic yarn, blankets, carpets, clothing brands, Cotton Export Corporation of Pakistan, fabric, fabrics, nylon, nylon filament yarn, polyester, polyester filament yarn, polyolefin, shawls, silk, synthetic fibers, textile commodities, textile manufacturing, Textile mills, textile sector, woolen yarn

Islamabad
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Pakistan is the 8th largest exporter of textile commodities in Asia and textile sector contributes 8.5% to the GDP of Pakistan. The total textile sector exports reached $7.72bn value-wise in July-January 2018 versus $7.2bn in the corresponding period of last year, reflecting an increase of 7.18 pc.

Pakistan is the 8th largest exporter of textile commodities in Asia and textile sector contributes 8.5% to the GDP of Pakistan. The total textile sector exports reached $7.72bn value-wise in July-January 2018 versus $7.2bn in the corresponding period of last year, reflecting an increase of 7.18 pc.

https://nation.com.pk/03-Jun-2018/textile-industry-in-pakistan-an-open-example-of-resistance-economy
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Deepak Spinners completes its expansion capacity at Guna Plant

Related Keywords: accessories, acrylic, and other man-made files, both grey and dyed, capital cost of sixty two crore, complets capacity expansion, Deepak Spinners Ltd, established name in textile industry, Guna Plant in Madhya Pradesh, installed spindles together with related machinery, made of polyester, synthetic blended yarns, viscose

Chandigarh
Deepak Spinners completes its expansion capacity at Guna Plant
Summary: 
Deepak Spinners Ltd (DSL), located in Chandigarh, a well established name in the textile industry has completed capacity expansion at its Guna Plant in Madhya Pradesh and commercial production has been started.

Deepak Spinners Ltd (DSL), located in Chandigarh, a well established name in the textile industry has completed capacity expansion at its Guna Plant in Madhya Pradesh and commercial production has been started.

The company installed 14,112 spindles together with related machinery and accessories, at a capital cost of Rs. 62 crore.

The company manufactures synthetic blended yarns, both grey and dyed, made of polyester, viscose, acrylic, and other man-made files. Its products include polyester and viscose yarn, acrylic yarn, acrylic polyester blends and acrylic viscose blends.

http://money.livemint.com/news/company/news/deepak-spinners-completes-expansion-at-guna-plant-430834.aspx
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Pakistan textile industry faces setback over import of specialized manmade fibre

Related Keywords: acrylic, APTMA, fabric waste, import duty, manmade fibre, Pakistan textile industry, raw material, viscose

Karachi
Pakistan textile industry faces setback over import of specialized manmade fibre
Summary: 
All-Pakistan Textile Mills Association (Aptma) has drawn the attention of the Federal Minister for Textile Industry Abbas Khan Afraidi towards the duty of five percent still imposed on imports of specialized manmade fibre, such as viscose, acrylic, bamboo, lycra and slub due to which the industry is facing problems.

All-Pakistan Textile Mills Association (Aptma) has drawn the attention of the Federal Minister for Textile Industry Abbas Khan Afraidi towards the duty of five percent still imposed on imports of specialized manmade fibre, such as viscose, acrylic, bamboo, lycra and slub due to which the industry is facing problems. Aptma Chairman Mohammad Yasin Siddik, in a letter to the minister, has stated that Pakistan has no plants for producing specialised manmade fibre.

http://www.dawn.com/news/1115766/textile-industry-confronting-problems
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