Full Thai Knitting launches AW22/23 collection made of TAF’s Radianza

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Knitwear producer Full Thai Knitting has launched AW22/23 flat knit collection with sustainability focus using Radianza fibre, an eco-friendly fibre from Thai Acrylic Fibre Co Ltd (TAF). Full Thai Knitting located in Nonthaburi, Thailand, was founded in 1987. It annually exports more than 2 million garments in over 400 styles to global retail brands.

All styles by Full Thai Knitting are made by flat knit machines. The company not only focuses on design, but also on the quality of the materials.

“We have been receiving enquiries from customers about sustainable and eco-friendly materials for years, and the demand is continuously growing. Acrylic is one of top choices in sweaters and winter wear, but it was challenging to find sustainable acrylic in the market. We then were introduced to Radianza – how much natural resources are saved with zero discharge as well as the initiatives and certification of it. We were very interested in developing a collection with it and this is also a good opportunity to use the characteristics of Radianza to promote the products. The feedback we have been given after launching is very positive and we look forward to receiving many more positive feedback and the high demand on this collection in the upcoming season,” Weera Charoensintaweekoon, managing director, Full Thai Knitting, said in a statement.

Knitwear producer Full Thai Knitting has launched AW22/23 flat knit collection with sustainability focus using Radianza fibre, an eco-friendly fibre from Thai Acrylic Fibre Co Ltd (TAF). Full Thai Knitting located in Nonthaburi, Thailand, was founded in 1987. It annually exports more than 2 million garments in over 400 styles to global retail brands.

“Radianza fibre right now is BlueSign certified, which makes Radianza the first acrylic fibre in the world that becomes BlueSign partner. It is also the first acrylic fibre that got the MSI scores published on Higg Index. From these two significant initiatives, many customers are becoming more interested in this fibre as an alternative to regular acrylic. We are delighted that Full Thai Knitting is pleased with the concept and quality that they developed a nice collection for AW22/23. We look forward to supporting and collaborating with Full Thai Knitting more in the near future,” said Tuhin Kulshreshtha, head of marketing, Thai Acrylic Fibre.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (KD)



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