Sustainability and comfort main focus of conversations at Techtextil

Carrington Textiles Exhibition Stand at Techextil, Frankfurt

Global textile manufacturer Carrington Textiles reported a great interest for the company’s sustainable and stretch ranges during their presence at the Techtextil trade fair in Frankfurt last week, showing the industry trend for products that are kinder to the environment yet comfortable to wear.

Adlington, United Kingdom: Carrington Textiles, a global manufacturer of textiles for workwear, announced a successful presence at Techtextil 2022, reporting a high number of enquiries received on sustainable products of their Balance Range as well as on high stretch fabrics.

Some of the most popular products for the manufacturer during the event, were Delamere (195gsm, 210gsm, 245gsm), Hawksbill, Kielder and Rivington (205gsm, 220gsm)  which include environmentally friendly technology in their composition, as well as Balaton and Constance featuring high stretch performance.

Following Carrington Textiles’ campaign to promote their presence at the event by providing free passes to visitors, the textile manufacturer also reported welcoming new and existing customers from all over the world, as well as suppliers and partners.

During a live video tour of their stand broadcast on Linkedin and YouTube, Carrington Textiles Managing Director, Neil Davey, says: “It’s fantastic to be back at Techtextil (…) engaging with customers and talking to suppliers. The big momentum we have is around sustainable products, which continue getting a good amount of traction with our customers. We’ve got a much bigger product range now (Balance Range), and we are continuing to push that. This is a really important area for us all collectively, so we are looking forward to continuing those conversations.”

Carrington Textiles’ 100 square metre stand at Techtextil received outstanding feedback from visitors. Its smart design boasted natural materials and stylish lighting aiming to provide a pleasant visitor experience and to represent the textile manufacturer’s sustainability focus.

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