Naturally Advanced Technologies Inc., which produces and markets Crailar, a natural fiber made from flax, has entered a joint development agreement with the Lenzing Group, a leading manufacturer of cellulosic fibers, to evaluate the blending of Crailar flax fibers with Lenzing’s Tencel and modal fibers.
Lenzing’s cellulosic fibers are primarily used in the textile industry, including women’s outerwear and sportswear, as well as the nonwovens industry, such as hygiene products.
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