Textile Focus Editor M A Islam Riyadh talked with some exhibitors of DTG 2018 regarding their latest technologies and response. Some of the key points are mentioned bellow for our readers-
People in Bangladesh started to think of catering value added products –
Matteo Grassi, CEO, Fulgar Lanka Pvt. Ltd., Sri Lanka.
Rakibul Alam, Manager- QA & Business Development, Fulgar Lanka Pvt. Ltd., Sri Lanka.
What latest technologies presented in DTG?
As the latest, Fulgar presented three diversified product ranges for being sustainable. We gladly presented recycled N66, Bio-based N66 & bio-degradable N66.
- Recycled N66 (Q-Nova®): It’s pre-consumer recycling of operational waste.
- Bio-based N66 (EVO®): A 100% bio-based N66, whilst 20% renewable carbon content needed to be bio-based.
- Bio-degradable N66 (Amni Soule Eco®): World’s first N66 which degrades in 5years in anaerobic conditions.
And we showed our strength through a vast range of continuous filament mélanges.
What is the response in this session?
Well, the response for us is very impressive; it’s a matter of time to get familiar with continuous filament market trend. We observed a lot of people were talking about their next move will be synthetic, sportswear, active wear, etc. Sustainability seems to be the next topic as per our understanding. Industrialists are curious about that.
How do you see Bangladesh textile market in coming days?
People in Bangladesh started to think of catering value added products along with their commodity strength, which is a very good sign. In fact, the best combination of skill & technology is knocking at the door. Fulgar wishes a very good luck for the new venture & would like to be a partner in this journey.