Nilit

Nilit Fibers will present its new Air Textured Soft nylon yarns at next week’s Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics show.

The Nilit ATS nylon 6.6 yarn collection includes Nilit Semi Dull and Full Dull, Nilit Arafelle and Nilit Duelle to create color effects, Nilit Aquarius with moisture management, Nilit Breeze for cooling plus UV protection, Nilit Heat for thermal insulation and Nilit Bodyfresh with antimicrobial protection.

The Nilit Air Textured Soft collection uses special air-jet texturing to make the nylon yarns extra soft, as well as stronger, faster drying and more durable with longer-lasting suppleness.

Pierluigi Berardi, global marketing director for Nilit, said, designers will appreciate “the light and airy softness of these beautiful yarns, as well as the fashion and performance enhancements they can add to legwear, intimates, activewear and ready-to-wear apparel.”

The entire portfolio of Nilit fibers and yarns will be on display at Intertextile Shanghai, set for the Shanghai National Exhibition and Convention Center from Oct. 11 to 13.

More than 5,000 exhibitors from more than 25 countries and regions are expected to exhibit in 10 halls at the show. Product categories include cotton, denim, functional, knitted, linen, man-made, printed, ramie, silk, sustainable and wool fabrics, as well as accessories, embroidery and lace, fibers and yarns, plus design and testing services.

Companies and organizations including DuPont, Hyosung, Invista, Lenzing and Oeko-Tex will host special pavilions.

Nilit Fibers is a leading global producer of nylon 6.6 fashion and performance fibers. Its nylon 6.6 yarns are used for hosiery, circular knitting, seamless knitting, wrap knitting and weaving for the legwear, activewear, bodywear and initimate apparel markets. Nilit’s product line includes a broad variety of yarn counts, cross sections and several levels of luster.

Nilit has joint ventures and partnerships with Hanesbrands Inc., Unifi Inc. and the Scalina Group. It also manufactures licensed nylon lines under Invista Inc.’s Codura, Tactel and Supplex brands.

The company’s capabilities include polymerization, extrusion, spinning and texturing.

The company, founded in Israel in 1974, has four vertically integrated manufacturing facilities worldwide to service its customer base in Europe, North America, Turkey, Latin America and Asia.

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