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MONVANIA, AND THE YARN BECOMES UNIQUE

The 58th edition of Filo confirmed the attention to research and collaboration between companies for the development of new products. Here we report the interview with Matteo Livio, managing director of Monvania srl, twisting company of artificial and synthetic fiber yarns. Monvania’s mission, in fact, is “to start from one yarn and combine it with others, looking for combinations that will become unique and spectacular fabrics”.

 

Biella, November 9 2022

FOREIGN COMPANIES AT FILO: FERRE, COTTON AS THE BASE

Filo confirmed its international vocation during its 58th edition. In fact, not only the number of foreign visitors is constantly growing, but also that of foreign exhibitors. Here we report the impressions of Sabrina Cogliati, Italy sales manager for Hilaturas Ferre (Spain): the company considers itself a trailblazer in the field of sustainability, proposing yarns made with recycled components, on a cotton basis, but also with other added components, such as polyester.

 

Biella, October 26 2022

FOR THE FIRST TIME AT FILO: THE LINEN OF MODATEX

Filo’s international vocation is not limited to European borders, but extends to distant countries, such as India. Here JP Modatex, which has its headquarters in Mumbai, talks about the company’s first experience in Filo. In the interview, the founder and CEO of JP Modatex, Jindas Jain, explains the characteristics of his company’s flagship product: a sustainable linen yarn.

 

Biella, October 26 2022

ECHOS, THE SUSTAINABLE FUTURE BY COTONIFICIO OLCESE FERRARI

Sustainability is the issue that covered the entire 58th edition of Filo, not only in the debates of the “Dialoghi di Confronto”, but also within the stands. This is confirmed by Cotonificio Olcese Ferrari, which has decided to bring together all the sustainable items of its collection under a new brand, Echos. In the interview Mr. Ruggero Cassani, sales director of the company, explains how Echos reflects the attitude of the Cotonificio Olcese Ferrari, projected towards a sustainable future based on the company’s historical and cultural heritage.

 

Biella, October 12 2022

SUSTAINABILITY AND AUTOMATION IN THE FUTURE AND PRESENT OF LITIA

Predilnica Litija – Litia aims to produce each of the yarns from its extensive range of products of highest quality with competitive prices. A process of constant technology upgrade in sense of sustainability as well as in terms of decreasing labour intensity by increased levels of robotisation, automation and digitalisation of the production has been a focal point of future challenges.

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