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Hyosung to launch new MIPAN Robic fine yarns at Techtextil

Fabrics from Wonchang and Yunia mills of Korea will be featured at the event.

8th May 2017

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Seoul


“Consumers want garments, backpacks, shells, and sleeping bags to be lightweight but long lasting so we expanded the MIPAN Robic high tenacity yarn collection to include fine deniers,” said Roman Park, MIPAN Robic product manager. “Higher tenacity extends wear life and protective performance for outdoor apparel, workwear, bags and accessories.”

The company will discuss its latest innovation at this week’s Techtextil in Frankfurt. Fabrics from Wonchang and Yunia mills of Korea will be featured at the event. Other fabrics are in development, including new blends with MIPAN Regen recycled nylon for higher tenacity plus eco-friendly benefits, the manufacturer reports.

Hyosung Corporation is one of Korea’s leading multinational conglomerates, with annual worldwide sales of more than US$ 8.7 billion. Hyosung maintains a network of more than 73 subsidiaries and international branch offices around the globe. The company operates in seven performance groups, which include: textiles, industrial materials, chemicals, power and industrial systems, construction, trading and information and communication.

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