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Invista Collaborates with Indian Firms to Develop Spun Yarns

12:29 AM MDT | June 25, 2012 | Deepti Ramesh

Invista says it has teamed up with Gokak Textiles (Bangalore, India) and Rajasthan Spinning & Weaving Mills (RSWM; Noids, India) to develop spun yarns that can be qualified for developing Coolmax fabric in India. Coolmax fabric is a performance fabric that moves moisture away from the body whilst improving fabric drying rate, Invista says. Invista launched the Coolmax fabric brand in India earlier this year, realizing that temperature regulation and sweat management in clothing is one of the growing demands in the country due to the tropical climate, the...

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