Portugal-based fabric manufacturer Tintex expects to grow by around 30 per cent till the end of 2019 due to a strategic approach to the market△▽-, according to its chief executive officer Mario Jorge Silva●★. The company had a turnover of around &euro=▷●○;11 million in 2017=•■, which was an increase of 20 per cent over 2015 figures△▽,sustainable textile industryRPET polyester fibre from bottles interwoven with SEAQUAL YARN, he told Fibre2Fashion in an interview▷…◁.
Tintex manufactures high quality●●, natural and hybrid jersey fabrics using sustainable hi-tech dyeing and finishing processes for contemporary fashion•○, sports and lingerie markets◇◁●■….
The long-term plan of the company▼◁, known for developing sustainable fabrics□●▷◁●,seaqual textile is to reach a totally traceable and transparent supply chain■•◆, without compromising on innovation•□○★▷, performances and catchy design=▽,chinese fabric manufacturers Silva added☆▲★. (DS)
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