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Bemberg™ by Asahi Kasei at Filo to unveil its smart DNA story that meet contemporary consumer needs (c) Bemberg™
Waxewul proposal using Bemberg™.
15.09.2021

Bemberg™ by Asahi Kasei at Filo to unveil its smart DNA story that meet contemporary consumer needs

  • FILO, 29th-30th September 2021, booth C5

Bemberg™ by Asahi Kasei has been invited to showcase at Filo fair, the international exhibition of orthogonal weaving yarns for clothing and furnishings, circular knitwear and technical textiles, in a new special area, a dedicated open space reserved to sustainable fibers that will allow visitors to discover all their production cycle and performances, in full relax and transparency.

Bemberg™, an exceptional fiber made from the smart-tech transformation of cotton linters pre-consumer materials and converted through a traceable and transparent closed loop process, will brings to Filo its history, experience, know-how and market partnerships to prove its versatility and design-driven look and touch Last but not least we are talking about a true circular economy-oriented ingredient, with certified sustainable performance: Bemberg™ is biodegradable and compostable material as verified by the INNOVHUB 3rd party test and it has GRS (Global Reycled Standard) certification from Textile Exchange proving recycling authenticity.

  • FILO, 29th-30th September 2021, booth C5

Bemberg™ by Asahi Kasei has been invited to showcase at Filo fair, the international exhibition of orthogonal weaving yarns for clothing and furnishings, circular knitwear and technical textiles, in a new special area, a dedicated open space reserved to sustainable fibers that will allow visitors to discover all their production cycle and performances, in full relax and transparency.

Bemberg™, an exceptional fiber made from the smart-tech transformation of cotton linters pre-consumer materials and converted through a traceable and transparent closed loop process, will brings to Filo its history, experience, know-how and market partnerships to prove its versatility and design-driven look and touch Last but not least we are talking about a true circular economy-oriented ingredient, with certified sustainable performance: Bemberg™ is biodegradable and compostable material as verified by the INNOVHUB 3rd party test and it has GRS (Global Reycled Standard) certification from Textile Exchange proving recycling authenticity.

Bemberg™ application history starts with high-quality suit lining, but today we can find it in many other applications such as fashion couture, outerwear, innerwear, bedding, and sportswear where its amazing unique touch and quality is offering a distinctive performance.

And to prove all of this, Bemberg™ will be at Filo showing some selected fabric innovation, and three responsible-driven designers representing different and complementary part of contemporary consumer wardrobe: ZEROBARRACENTO, Maurizio Miri and WAXEWUL - who have all chosen Bemberg™ fiber to create special collections. Three different ways to see and represent how sustainability and style – even if completely different ones – together can be highly successful, performing and interesting to the new consumer.

ZEROBARRACENTO, a gender-neutral emerging outerwear brand focusing on zero-waste product development, selects Bemberg™ for two fundamental reasons: firstly, from a stylistic point of view for its extreme versatility: in the various collections we have adopted it to create Kimonos, padded jackets, wrap dresses as well as for the interiors of our garments, which are intended to be soft embraces for total physical and mental comfort. The second but no less important reason is that this fibre has circular values in line with their zero-waste commitment.

The concept of the brand "Maurizio Miri" has a strong personality and a clear intent: to create a product that stimulates the wearer towards beauty. A garment should not simply be worn, but it has also to create a perfect symbiosis with the person wearing it and generate an exchange of positive energies. The purpose is to make the individual feel in perfect harmony with their own image. With this aim in mind, the designer selects extremely precious Bemberg™ linings for their sophisticated tailor jackets. 

Finally, WAXEWUL, a brand of sartorial clothing and artisan accessories with an urban-afro soul that has environmental and social sustainability as its basic ethics. WAXEWUL will bring to Filo its brand-new product, the J_Hood Bag: a doubleface jacket with a comfortably removable hood that can be transformed into a finely hidden doubleface bag. An exclusive, innovative and sustainable garment with minimal impact on the environment made of BemBAZIN™ - a new generation of bazin created, patented and produced by Brunello which is composed by the high-tech and responsible fibers of Bemberg™ - on one side and of wax on the other, traceable and certified, guaranteeing a reduction in waste (two jackets in one) and a long-life cycle.

35. Internationale Baumwolltagung Bremen als Hybrid Edition (c) FIBRE/MAPEX/Universität Bremen
15.01.2021

35. Internationale Baumwolltagung Bremen als Hybrid Edition

  • Plastik aus Baumwolle
  • Outdoor aus Baumwolle
  • fluoreszierende Baumwolle
  • Baumwolle im 3D-Design

Erstmals in ihrer langen Geschichte findet die Internationale Baumwolltagung am 17. und 18. März in Form einer Hybridausgabe mit virtuellem Fokus statt. Aber auch virtuell bleiben die Themen relevant für die textile Beschaffungskette.

Baumwolle kann Kunststoff, sie kann Outdoor, fluoreszieren und 3D-Design
Eine hochspannende Session beschäftigt sich mit alternativer Verwendung der erneuerbaren Naturfaser in innovativen Produkten mit hohem Nutzwert. Die Session findet am Donnerstag, 18. März 2021 um 12.30 Uhr (GMT+1) im Technical Track statt.

  • Plastik aus Baumwolle
  • Outdoor aus Baumwolle
  • fluoreszierende Baumwolle
  • Baumwolle im 3D-Design

Erstmals in ihrer langen Geschichte findet die Internationale Baumwolltagung am 17. und 18. März in Form einer Hybridausgabe mit virtuellem Fokus statt. Aber auch virtuell bleiben die Themen relevant für die textile Beschaffungskette.

Baumwolle kann Kunststoff, sie kann Outdoor, fluoreszieren und 3D-Design
Eine hochspannende Session beschäftigt sich mit alternativer Verwendung der erneuerbaren Naturfaser in innovativen Produkten mit hohem Nutzwert. Die Session findet am Donnerstag, 18. März 2021 um 12.30 Uhr (GMT+1) im Technical Track statt.

Der Einsatz von Baumwolle geht weit über Haushaltstextilien und Bekleidung hinaus. In der Session ‚Innovative Textile and Technical Products‘ wird anhand von vier Beispielen deutlich, dass die Nutzung des biologisch abbaubaren Rohstoffs Baumwolle beeindruckend gewachsen ist. Vielmehr ist Baumwolle wegen ihrer intelligenten Eigenschaften auch in technischen Produkten oder auch in Smart-Textilien zu finden.

Fallbeispiel 1: Fluoreszierende, supermagnetische und wasserabweisende Baumwolle*
Fallbeispiel 2: Baumwolle statt Plastik*
Fallbeispiel 3: Innovative Wattierungen und Gewebe für Einrichtung und Outdoor*
Fallbeispiel 4: 3D-Gewebe aus Baumwolle/Leinen zur Behandlung von Hautkrankheiten*

Michael Jänecke, Director Brand Management Technical Textiles & Textile Processing bei der Messe Frankfurt, leitet mit seiner umfassenden Markterfahrung die Session. Schon seit vielen Jahren ist er unter anderem für die Organisation der alle zwei Jahre stattfindenden internationalen Leitmessen Techtextil und Texprocess verantwortlich.

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*Zusätzliche Informationen finden Sie im Anhang.

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Bremer Baumwollbörse

Lectra and Faurecia renew their partnership agreement ©lectra
Faurecia Cadillac
26.09.2017

Lectra and Faurecia renew their partnership agreement

  • Lectra contributes to Faurecia Seating Business Group Industry 4.0 readiness and “digital enterprise” transformation initiative

Paris, September 26, 2017 – Lectra, the world leader in integrated technology solutions dedicated to industries using fabrics, leather, technical textiles and composite materials, is pleased to announce the renewal of its partnership with Faurecia through the signing of a global agreement for its Seating Business Group.

The cutting process for the production of seat covers, headrests and interiors is an increasingly strategic part of Faurecia’s Seating activity. Faurecia Seating supplies vehicle complete seats, frames, mechanisms and trim covers to major carmakers worldwide, whose manufacturing processes are gradually evolving toward Industry 4.0.

Faurecia Seating aims to double the production of its existing manufacturing facilities by reinforcing operations with advanced manufacturing technologies. The company’s extended partnership with Lectra entails focusing on operational excellence initiatives across its automotive seating division.

  • Lectra contributes to Faurecia Seating Business Group Industry 4.0 readiness and “digital enterprise” transformation initiative

Paris, September 26, 2017 – Lectra, the world leader in integrated technology solutions dedicated to industries using fabrics, leather, technical textiles and composite materials, is pleased to announce the renewal of its partnership with Faurecia through the signing of a global agreement for its Seating Business Group.

The cutting process for the production of seat covers, headrests and interiors is an increasingly strategic part of Faurecia’s Seating activity. Faurecia Seating supplies vehicle complete seats, frames, mechanisms and trim covers to major carmakers worldwide, whose manufacturing processes are gradually evolving toward Industry 4.0.

Faurecia Seating aims to double the production of its existing manufacturing facilities by reinforcing operations with advanced manufacturing technologies. The company’s extended partnership with Lectra entails focusing on operational excellence initiatives across its automotive seating division.

Standardization of the Vector® fabric-cutting solution—endowed with preventive and predictive maintenance capabilities and the highest-performance cutting system available on the market to date—will be instrumental to the implementation of these initiatives throughout the division’s fabric cutting facilities. Faurecia currently has more than 60 Vector fabric cutting solutions in production worldwide.

“More than ever, we face major challenges in terms of flexibility, agility and productivity—producing more while reducing costs,” observes Hagen Wiesner, Executive Vice President, Faurecia Seating. “Our cutting processes have become strategic in reaching these goals. Faurecia’s ‘digital enterprise’ project aims to achieve operational excellence in virtually every aspect of our organization. Together with Lectra, we will make this a reality in the cutting room, with smart automation and predictive maintenance”.

“Given the profound transformations gripping manufacturing, helping our customers ready their operations for the Fourth Industrial Revolution has become without question our core mission,” remarks Daniel Harari, Lectra Chairman and CEO. “Faurecia is among the automotive suppliers at the forefront of this movement. Digital technologies and industry expertise are the business enablers that will allow manufacturers to connect inside and outside the value chain in the near future.”

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Lectra Headquarters / Press Department