RadiciGroup to present sustainable textiles at Performance Days in Munich on Nov. 3-4; traceable Rencycle, Repetable, Biofeel are made with recycled nylon, PET, biomaterials, respectively, and products are dyed during extrusion to reduce water, energy use

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GANDINO, Italy , November 2, 2022 (press release) –

Performance Days is a trade fair dedicated to the latest trends and innovations in yarns, fabrics and accessories. For this reason, RadiciGroup Advanced Textile Solutions Business Area could not possibly miss this event – taking place on 3 and 4 November in Munich, Germany – to showcase the best of its offerings to industry operators.

Sustainability is the main ingredient of the textile solutions proposed by the Group, which is increasingly committed to reducing the environmental impact of its processes and all its products for use in different sectors, such as sportswear, athleisure, workwear and safety.

“Our fibres are produced in Europe,” emphasized Marco De Silvestri, sales and marketing head of the Advanced Textile Solutions Business Area. “We have strong control over upstream production, especially in the polyamide area where we are vertically integrated with the Group’s chemical plants. This guarantees the quality and complete traceability of the polymers and the rigorous environmental impact measurement of our entire product portfolio. Furthermore, we position ourselves as a partner for our customers who are committed to the development of innovative circular solutions with no compromise on technical performance, which is central to our target application sectors.”

RadiciGroup has a strong offering of solution dyed products, that is, materials dyed during extrusion, a process that not only reduces the use of water and energy, but also ensures better colourfastness over time. This technique can be implemented for both virgin materials and materials that optimize technical and environmental performance: Renycle®, Repetable® and Biofeel® are the trade names of our products obtained from recycled nylon, recycled polyester and biomaterials, respectively.

“Our efforts to reduce the environmental impact of products are ongoing,” Mr. De Silvestri concluded, “and are strengthened by our partnerships with other players in the supply chain who, like us, make sustainability the key word of their business strategy.”

Press release

02 November 2022


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