AUSTRIA: Lenzing launches black and colour Modal fibres
By Leonie Barrie | 25 September 2012
Cellulosic fibre producer Lenzing has launched new colour and black variants of its Modal fibres, which are said to be more eco-friendly because they no longer need to be dyed.
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