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13th May 2019, Nuremberg

Stöhr introduces latest innovations at Techtextil 2019

Located in the Nuremberg metropolitan area of Germany, Südwolle Group is a leading yarn producer. © Südwolle Group

Located in the Nuremberg metropolitan area of Germany, Südwolle Group is a leading yarn producer. © Südwolle Group

Südwolle Group, a leading yarn producer of pure wool and wool blend worsted yarns, will exhibit at Techtextil, in Frankfurt, this week. Stöhr, the company’s division specialised in yarn solutions for the automotive sector, aircraft seating, personal protective clothing/PPE, as well as home textiles, will be showcasing various innovations, together with its sister company Tenowo (Hoftex Group).

The company will be introducing a new type of pleated blinds, elaborated in cooperation with Neutex (Hoftex Group) that is based on a wool yarn. “The combination of a melting fibre with wool enhances this application that is traditionally composed of synthetic material. Wool as naturally anti-bacterial, odour-resistant and moisture-regulating fibre neutralises odours, reduces noise and enhances the room climate,” the manufacture explains.

Another highlight will be fabrics made of wool yarn blended with biodegradable Polyamide 6.6 Amni Soul Eco, a fibre developed by Solvay Group. In addition to being durable, moisture-regulating and recyclable, this combination is said to be a more eco-friendly alternative for textile applications that biodegrades in five years, if disposed of in landfills (tested following ASTM D5511).

“For Südwolle Group, Techtextil is an important platform to showcase technical yarn solutions. Stöhr concentrates on technical applications that are individually developed with every customer, to perfectly match its specific needs,” the company says.

Located in the Nuremberg metropolitan area of Germany, Südwolle Group employs 3,200 people globally with production facilities in Germany, Italy, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria and China. The company’s brands Stöhr, Südwolle, Biella Yarn, Yarn in Motion, Richter, HF and Soey are focused on different segments of the global textiles market.

www.suedwollegroup.com

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