New Collaboration to Accelerate Spinnova Eco-Friendly Production


Date : Mar 06, 2019 Author : PMR Editorial Staff Category : Chemical and Material

New Collaboration to Accelerate Spinnova Eco-Friendly Production

The Finland-based fibre firm, Spinnova, has recently collaborated with Dr. Nawar Kadi, Textile Professor at the University of Borås in Sweden, to manufacture eco-friendly commercialize-able fibres. The fibre firm has come up with a cellulose-based fibre procedure based on wood and waste stream-sourced fibres rather than cotton. Unlike harming viscose process, the newly developed process doesn’t include any kind of complex chemicals.

The Finnish Company has partnered with professor highly proficient in textile technology landscape, Dr. Kadi to expand their portfolio. Dr. Kadi’s work dedicated to yarn, fibre, textile recycling, textile composites and structures will help Spinnova’s product development team in leveraging his expertise to speed up eco-fibre production. He will assist the firm as an independent consulting expert apart from his current position.

The Finland-based fibre firm, Spinnova, has recently collaborated with Dr. Nawar Kadi, Textile Professor at the University of Borås in Sweden, to manufacture eco-friendly commercialize-able fibres. The fibre firm has come up with a cellulose-based fibre procedure based on wood and waste stream-sourced fibres rather than cotton. Unlike harming viscose process, the newly developed process doesn’t include any kind of complex chemicals.

The Finnish Company has partnered with professor highly proficient in textile technology landscape, Dr. Kadi to expand their portfolio. Dr. Kadi’s work dedicated to yarn, fibre, textile recycling, textile composites and structures will help Spinnova’s product development team in leveraging his expertise to speed up eco-fibre production. He will assist the firm as an independent consulting expert apart from his current position.

As a part of the alliance between the firm and the professor, Dr. Kadi will train as well as assist the team in diverse tasks related to developing an environment-friendly fibre, which as per the professor could lead to a real stir in the textile industry.

Janne Poranen, CEO, Spinnova, said that the type of industrial textile and technical expertise they are seeking to commercialize their fibre isn’t easy to attain in Europe. He added that this was the reason why they have joined hands with Dr. Kadi, who will help their team in accelerating the process of offering their very first products in the market.

The company mentioned that the timing of Dr. Kadi’s alliance with them was optimal as together they will aim at the end product development with other brand open for collaboration, later this year.

The advancing technology has immensely transform almost all industries in recent time. Amid the continuing innovations, manufacturers of industrial yarn products are also leveraging the cutting-edge technology to deliver high-performing products. For instance, according to a Persistence Market Research report, the worldwide industrial yarn products for v-belts and industrial hoses market is anticipated to accelerate at 4.4% CAGR during 2018-2026.  Industrial yarn products for v-belts and industrial hoses are unique yarns produced for use to be leveraged as reinforcements in hoses, airbags, tires, v-belts, etc.

Industrial yarn products provide strength, durability, stability, and flexibility to hoses and v-belts, and thus boost the end products’ efficiency and lifespan. As per the report, the extensive applications of these products in diverse manufacturing industries are likely to fuel growth in the respective market in forthcoming years. The report opines that rapid industrialization has resulted into burgeoned demand for industrial yarn products, owing to the surge in diverse manufacturing industries.

According to the PMR report, most of the industrial yarn products for v-belts and industrial hoses produced will be consumed by India and China, owing to the swift urbanization and growth witnessed in manufacturing industries in these regions. The report opines that the blooming final product industries in these countries are likely to fuel the growth in industrial yarn products designed for industrial hoses as well as v-belts in these parts of the world. As per the PMR analysis, China is likely to gobble largest market share.


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