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Eurolast presents latest innovations in yarns

The company will give an exclusive preview of the Nerino G fibre, a hydrophilic fibre combining the characteristics of the synthetic and natural fibres.

25th May 2018

Knitting Industry
 |  Castel Goffredo

Intimate Apparel, Hosiery/​Socks

Eurolast, a leading Italian distributor of synthetic yarns for women’s hosiery, men’s socks, seamless, circular knitting, weft knitting and covering applications, will present its latest product offering at the upcoming FIMAST exhibition for hosiery and sock manufacturing machinery, which takes place in Brescia, Italy, next week.

The company will give an exclusive preview of the Nerino G fibre, a hydrophilic fibre combining the characteristics of the synthetic fibres with unique properties of the natural fibres, which was introduced by joint developers Invista and Golden Lady.

The company will also present the Newlife Odor Free and Thermal versions. Polygiene developed Newlife, a 100% recycled yarn, together with Sinterama, the European leader in polyester yarn production. Polygiene’s Permanent Odor Control Technology is added to Newlife, opposed to standard topical application of odour-control in the yarn and fabric finishing stages. The showcase is also an ideal place to present a new Lane Hosiery stock service’s colour card, the company reports.

Eurolast supplies a variety of spandex fibres, conventional covered and airjet, polyamide 6 and 66, polypropylene, polyester, pure wool and wool blends. The company is the official distributor of the leading producers of synthetic yarns – Aquafil, which produces synthetic fibres and polymers, Hyosung Corporation, which produces its renowned Creora elastomer, and Safil, with its range of worsted yarns.

Eurolast was founded in 1991 in Castel Goffredo, an important district for both Italian and European hosiery and textiles sectors, by Paolo Bianchi, together with his family, after years of experience in synthetic yarns. In 2002, the company obtained the mandate for the distribution of Aquafil products, followed by one for Hyosung’s Creora yarn in 2006.

“Eurolast can count on a structure of 4,000 covered cubic metres of offices and warehouse space, and a team made up of management, business and logistics, specifically prepared to respond to global market challenges. A perfectly tested mechanism is marked by a painstakingly organised warehouse, managed in Just in Time process that allow high service level,” the company reports.

FIMAST will present the latest in preparatory machines, yarns and hosiery accessories, circular hosiery knitting machines, linking, sewing and assembling machines, dyeing and finishing machines, packaging machines and accessories machines, accessories, computer equipment, control systems and services.

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