HONG KONG: Brilliant Global Knitwear to use Crailar fibre
By Leonie Barrie | 28 September 2011
Hong Kong-based private label knitwear manufacturer Brilliant Global Ltd is to use the new cotton-like flax-based fibre Crailar in some of the items it produces for global brands.
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