Event Update | Textile Technology

At the Functional Fabric Exhibition, Hyosung presents Sustainable Textile Solutions.

Published: April 12, 2023

Hyosung, which is dedicated to spending money on ongoing innovation, will present its most recent eco-friendly textile solutions at the Functional Fabric Show in Portland, OR, April 4–5, exhibit 1413A.

Hyosung’s innovative creora® bio-based Black spandex, which is created partially from renewable resources and has received certification from the USDA and SGS, will be highlighted since it produces fewer carbon emissions than conventional spandex production. The business will also introduce its 100% recycled, third-party certified creora® regen Black spandex, offering water-saving choices for a more environmentally friendly manufacturing process. These fibres offer the same strong stretch and recovery advantages as its traditional creora® Black spandex, as well as a deeper, darker black colour to help prevent grin-through.

Numerous companies approached us to create a black spandex that was dope-dyed and had the added virtue of being produced in part from According to Simon Whitmarsh-Knight, Hyosung Global Marketing Director – Textiles, “renewable resources or 100% recycled.” So, it made perfect sense to incorporate the technology used to create our popular creora® Black spandex into our creora® regen and creora® bio-based spandex in order to suit the varied needs of our consumers. Hyosung will also display fabrics created using its new regen ocean, a GRS-certified, 100% recycled nylon manufactured from used fishing nets and other recycled nylon trash, from its international mill partners during the show. To generate exceptional-quality yarn that satisfies businesses’ performance requirements and advances their corporate sustainability goals, Hyosung engages in a thorough collecting, chemical recycling, and creation process.

Whitmarsh-Knight stated that “cleaning up our oceans is crucially important for the health of our planet.” “With our offering of recycled ocean-based fibres, Whitmarsh-Knight stated that “cleaning up our oceans is crucially important for the health of our planet.” “Brands can develop completely traceable eco-friendly products that are in line with their sustainability aims and send a compelling message to customers with our ocean-based recycled fibre offering,” says the company.

Hyosung will put a wide range of textiles and concept garments created by its Fashion Design Center (FDC) on display to better assist product developers and designers in visualising items built with Hyosung’s full range of performance fibres.

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