Kelheim, MagnoLab Team Up for Sustainable Textiles

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Kelheim Fibres, a leading manufacturer of viscose speciality fibres, has partnered with MagnoLab, an international network of companies in the textile industry based in the Biella region of Italy.

The collaboration aims to accelerate the development and commercialisation of sustainable textile solutions.

Kelheim Fibres is a pioneer in the development of sustainable viscose fibres. The company is committed to reducing the environmental impact of its products and processes.

MagnoLab is a network of companies that share a common goal of sustainability. The network brings together companies from all stages of the textile value chain, from fibre producers to garment manufacturers.

The partnership between Kelheim Fibres and MagnoLab will leverage the strengths of each organisation. Kelheim Fibres will provide expertise in sustainable viscose fibres, while MagnoLab will give access to its network of companies and its state-of-the-art textile machinery.

The collaboration will focus on developing new sustainable textile solutions for a variety of applications. The partners will also work to accelerate the commercialisation of these solutions.

Dr. Marina Crnoja-Cosic, Director New Business Development, Marketing & Communications at Kelheim Fibres, said: "We are excited to partner with MagnoLab to accelerate the development and commercialisation of sustainable textile solutions. This partnership will help us achieve our goal of making our products and processes more sustainable."

Giovanni Marchi, President of MagnoLab, said: "We are delighted to welcome Kelheim Fibres to the MagnoLab network. This partnership will strengthen our commitment to sustainability and help us accelerate the development of innovative textile solutions."

Here are some specific examples of how the collaboration between Kelheim Fibres and MagnoLab can drive innovation and sustainability in the textile industry:

  • The partners can develop new sustainable fibres and textiles made from renewable materials that have a lower environmental impact.

  • They can develop new technologies for the production and processing of sustainable textiles.

  • They can work to improve the efficiency of the textile industry, which can help reduce its environmental impact.

  • They can promote the use of sustainable textiles by consumers and businesses.

The collaboration between Kelheim Fibres and MagnoLab is a positive step towards a more sustainable future for the textile industry.

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Source: Kelheim Fibres

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