Invista starts LYCRA fibre production line in Shanghai, China
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Invista starts LYCRA fibre production line in Shanghai, China

7:49 AM, 24th April 2013
Invista starts LYCRA fibre production line in Shanghai, China

WILMINGTON, US: Invista announced the start-up of a new production line in Shanghai, China, designed to specifically produce T837 LYCRA HyFit fibre that will serve the growing global demand for hygiene products. In addition, Invista is planning two projects at its Paulina, Brazil, facility to add capacity and introduce regional production of T837 LYCRA HyFit fibre by October 2013.

“The additional production capability for T837 LYCRA HyFit fibre demonstrates our commitment to the hygiene industry. Invista will continue to evaluate further investments in both capacity and innovation to meet the needs of our customers worldwide,” said Robert van de Kerkhof, Global Vice President, Stretch Performance Materials, Invista.

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