Trevira Press Kit for the 2020 Heimtextil Trade Fair

Trevira GmbH & Trevira CS: 2019 business and 2020 business outlook

Trevira looks back on an eventful year 2019. Global economic conditions deteriorated and Trevira had to face a decline in new orders in all segments of both business units (fibres and filaments). With a total turnover of approximately 208 million Euros in 2019, this result was below expectations.

However, in spite of the difficult situation, 2019 was also a year in which Trevira was able to take important steps to set the course for the future. With the support of Trevira’s parent company Indorama Ventures PCL, important investment projects could be implemented. Measures were taken at both production sites to continue to secure business. As early as April, Trevira was able to put the new twin warping machine in Guben into operation and, in addition, new POY spinning machines were also started up. Funds were also invested in the fibre business in Bobingen, Germany: In November, Trevira’s second own converting line was successfully launched. Moreover, in order to expand the bi-component fibre business, a new spinning plant is now also available.

Social demands for more sustainability concerning the use of plastic have led to rethinking among customers and consumers. Here, Trevira relies on various processes to recover reusable materials. In post-consumer recycling, filaments and fibres are produced from regranulated PET bottles. Using an agglomeration facility, reusable materials can be recovered from production waste and processed further to create new high-quality products. This is a pre-consumer recycling method. Trevira has all products and processes from both methods certified according to the GRS standard (Global Recycled Standard).

Overall, a continuing trend in favour of special fibres and a greater demand for PLA or bio-based fibres can be recorded. The demand for antimony-free raw materials in the fibre sector also develops positively. In 2020, the polycondensation capacities in the Trevira plant in Bobingen will be fully utilized.

The flame retardant fibre and yarn business was also marked by a very challenging year: challenges that included numerous trade conflicts, the unsolved issue regarding BREXIT, as well as uncertainties about the further developments in Turkey and the Middle East. Compared to 2018, there has been an obvious restraint along the value chain on the contract market in respect to new orders and consequently, Trevira was unable to reach its targets set for 2019 in full.

European countries, in particular Germany, Italy, and Scandinavia remain the main markets for our direct business with flame retardant Trevira fibres and yarns. A most positive sign is that the global reach of the Trevira CS brand, which stands for flame retardant textile fabrics, is on course for further growth. This can be seen in the growing number of enquiries from the USA/Canada, Asia, Australia, and Russia.

In 2020, Trevira will continue to take various combinations of measures. Initially, focus will be on the enhancement of synergy effects, which result from the recent purchase of the Italian polyester filament manufacturer Sinterama Spa by Indorama Ventures PCL. Numerous new and further developments, particularly in the area of sustainable products and the Trevira CS product range, represent great potential.

“This year, we will be at the Heimtextil trade fair together with 31 customers. We are confident that this presence as well as the introduction of the new variants of our Trevira CS brand, which stand for more flexibility in design and sustainability, will have a positive impact,” says Trevira CEO Klaus Holz.

Trevira at the 2020 Heimtextil trade fair:

A thriving partnership – value-creating innovations – future-oriented applications

Joint booth with Trevira CS customers and partners

Trevira presents itself once again with its successful trade fair concept at the 2020 Heimtextil trade fair. The manufacturer of high-quality flame retardant polyester fibres will present its products at a stand measuring more than 2,000 square metres. Together with 31 of its major customers, Trevira will cover the entire textile value chain: from the fibre production and yarn manufacture, to the colouring, weaving and warp and weft knitting stages, to the textile editor. Trevira’s customers will present their Trevira CS collections for the home textile sector and the contract market at individual stands, thus demonstrating their contribution to the textile value chain.

The following customers and partners will join Trevira at the joint booth to present their wide range of attractive, modern Trevira CS yarns and fabrics:

Ambience Home Textiles, Chamatex, Dina Vanelli, Engelbert E. Stieger, FIDIVI Tessitura Vergnano, Gebrüder Colsman, Gebrüder Wylach, Georg + Otto Friedrich, Hoftex, llcat by Leitsu, JAB Josef Anstoetz, Jenny Fabrics, Lodetex, Lonfil, Mattes & Ammann, Mewes, Mottura, Panaz, Pozzi Arturo, Pugi, Spinnerei Lampertsmühle, Spandauer Velours, SR Webatex / Getzner Textil, Tessitura Mario Ghioldi, Tintoria Sala / F.lli Baroni, Torcitura Fibre Sintetiche, VLNAP / Wagenfelder Spinning Group, and Wintex.

“Once again, we rely on our trade fair concept of a joint booth together with Trevira CS customers and partners and once again, we have increased the number of our co-exhibitors. This shows that our concept is successful. This also means that we are able to provide visitors to our booth with an even more extensive overview of Trevira CS products and applications,” says Trevira CEO Klaus Holz.

Trevira’s joint booth, which will be situated in Hall 4.2, immediately next to the Messe Frankfurt exhibition “Interior. Architecture. Hospitality. EXPO”, will also feature a special showcase, “Textile Future by Trevira CS” especially for the contract market. To curate this special display, Trevira is proud to have secured a collaborative partnership with renowned Berlin design company studio aisslinger. The studio is known for its outstanding work in experimental and product design, innovative materials and architectural concepts. As a designer, studio founder Werner Aisslinger is particularly interested in how the latest technologies and unusual materials can be used in product design. In addition to designing furniture, his most recent projects mainly include interior design concepts for hotels and workspaces.

The special exhibition, “Textile Future by Trevira CS”, will give visitors, especially architects, interior designers, and decorators, an opportunity to find out more about future-oriented, innovative applications of Trevira CS fabrics on the contract market.

“With our Heimtextil 2020 trade fair booth, we again look forward to offering a networking platform that will be of special interest to decision-makers on the contract market. Our aim is to provide not only an extensive overview of Trevira CS products and collections but also to inspire visitors to rethink textile applications for future projects in the areas of public spaces, workspace, hospitality, health and care, as well as mobility. Our special exhibition will enable visitors to do just that, away from actual projects,” says Anke Vollenbröker, Head of Marketing at Trevira GmbH.

© Trevira GmbH | Trevira stand Heimtextil 2020

Trevira Innovation Park

At the 2020 Heimtextil trade fair, Trevira presents its new concepts and innovations directly at the entrance to its trade fair booth in the „Innovation Park“.

Trevira CS – A new brand concept for more flexibility and sustainability

Trevira CS collections are becoming more and more ambitious in their designs – and this at a time when the market is increasing its demands and fresh end uses are being developed. In appearance it is frequently impossible to distinguish them from textiles made from natural fibres. At the same time there are fresh surfaces appearing, seemingly technical, which can only be achieved with the use of man-made fibres. This is made possible by continual expansion of the fibre and yarn programme, which increasingly contains new fancy and textured yarns from spinners and yarn finishers. It is thanks to their creativity that fabric designers can draw on the most varied and innovative range of flame retardant yarns when they create Trevira CS materials. Flame retardant Trevira fibres and yarns are thus not only the basis for the functionality of textiles, they also ensure that manufacturers and fabric houses are able to set international trends.

To meet the ever more complex demands of the market and offer our customers and partners greater flexibility, the Trevira CS concept has been expanded to include two new brands, Trevira CS flex and Trevira CS eco. Besides the high brand quality and performance that Trevira CS customers have come to expect, these two new brands offer properties and functionalities especially tailored to meet specific requirements.

Overview of Trevira CS brands

TREVIRA CS – safe and pure

As always, the Trevira CS brand stands for textiles made of 100 % flame retardant fibres and yarns by Trevira and their partners in the spinning and yarn finishing stages. Only Trevira fibre and filament yarns with a low-melt component are permissible to be used as an add-on together with the flame retardant products from Trevira and partners. As Trevira CS textiles are made up of only one or at the most, two yarn components, they are particularly suitable for applications where materials must meet specific requirements besides that of flame retardancy.

TREVIRA CS FLEX - safe and varied

To add further functionalities and / or design elements to flame retardant Trevira CS textiles, Trevira CS fabric manufacturers and end users want to see more options in terms of how materials can be combined. It goes without saying that safety is our highest priority and can never be compromised. This means that the Trevira CS brand will only ever be awarded to textiles that pass the Trevira burn test. This is why, the textile fabric must comprise at least 75 % flame retardant fibres and yarns by Trevira and/or our partners in yarn processing. Special yarns supplied by approved manufacturers may be used in the remaining 25% to achieve special effects or added functions.

TREVIRA CS ECO – safe and sustainable

The Trevira CS eco brand unites the two properties of flame retardancy and sustainability. Under this new brand, Trevira offers products which have been manufactured through different recycling processes. The flame retardant filament yarns are based on recycled PET bottles and consist of 50 % recycled content (Post-Consumer). To produce recycled fibres, Trevira also uses an agglomeration plant, where residual waste from manufacturing sites is transformed into serviceable raw materials which rival the original products in both quality and performance. Fibre yarns produced from this material have a recycled content of 100 % (Pre-Consumer). To complete the fabric construction virgin flame retardant fibre and filament yarns from Trevira and processing partners are added, where applicable.

Recycling at Trevira – sustainable in many ways

Trevira pursues various approaches to meet the demand for and different requirements on sustainable products. All recycled Trevira products are being certified in accordance with the GRS standard (Global Recycled Standard).

Trevira CS: pre-consumer recycling

When polyester fibres and filaments are manufactured, the process inevitably results in some residual waste. However, this residual waste is actually a precious resource that can be recycled for further use. To ensure resource-efficient use of materials, Trevira is committed to feed our residual waste back into the production process wherever possible. Our agglomeration facility is able to reprocess residual materials in order to create new serviceable raw materials. These processed recyclates retain the same characteristics as the original products (such as flame retardancy) and are thus equally high performing. They can be deployed in our fibre and filament spinning mills to make new, high-quality products. Fibres thus created can be processed into yarns that consist of 100% recycled fibres.

The Mario Ghioldi Company has used this type of yarns to manufacture fabrics that consist of 100% flame-retardant, recycled materials (pre-consumer). In future, the Trevira CS eco brand will be available for this type of textile fabrics.

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Mario Ghioldi |Mario Ghioldi, TPA318

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Mario Ghioldi | Mario Ghioldi, TPA334

Trevira CS: post-consumer recycling

The recycling of PET bottles is an important contribution to environmental sustainability. Flame retardant recycled Trevira filament yarns are made from recycled PET bottles and consist of 50% recycled materials (post-consumer).

© Photo: Trevira GmbH | Flame retardant, yarn-dyed Trevira filament yarns with a recycled content of 50%

© Photo: Trevira GmbH | Fabrics made from flame retardant, recycled filament yarns (yarn-dyed), 50% recycled content

© Photo: Trevira GmbH | Fabrics made from flame retardant, recycled filament yarns (yarn-dyed), 50% recycled content

Standard Polyester: spun-dyed recycled

Trevira uses regranulates made from PET bottle flakes to create both filament yarns as well as fibres. These filament yarns, made from recycled PET bottles, are available in raw white and spundyed flat and textured yarns in standard polyester and in various colours and titers. Alongside technical applications, they are used in the automotive and apparel sectors. Their recycled content is 100%.

© Photo: Trevira GmbH | Spun-dyed, recycled filament yarns (standard polyester)

Trevira CS Outdoor – high performance in colour

Another current topic is the use of Trevira CS fabrics in outdoor products since people continue to enjoy the outdoors. Consequently, outdoor spaces in both the private and public sectors are being extensively decorated with high-quality products. When it comes to textile materials, there is a high demand for fabrics with an especially nice feel and a wide range of colours; after all, people do not want to give up comfort and design when outdoors. Especially in the hotel, restaurant, and shipping industries, which require fabrics for both indoors and outdoors, there are very high demands on textiles. Materials for indoor use must comply with fire safety regulations, whereas materials for outdoor use require high performance with regard to resistance to light and tearing. In order to produce high-performing and well-designed textiles, Trevira now offers six more colours in addition to the existing range of 24 UV-stable, spun-dyed filament yarns (Green, Dark Beige, Taupe, Canary Yellow, Charcoal, Light Beige). Spun-dyed yarns, i.e. yarns dyed by adding colour with the master batch to the spinning mass, have a high degree of light resistance. A UVstabiliser is also added to the spinning mass, which increases the resistance of the yarns and the fabrics made from them. In addition to a depth of colour and resistance, spun-dyed yarns have another advantage: They are more sustainable than yarn-dyed products because of the omission of additional steps in the dyeing process that are harmful to the environment. This process also saves money and energy. Trevira has won the “Brandenburg Innovation Award for Plastics and Chemistry 2019” for this product development.

© Photo: Trevira GmbH | Yarn colour card with flame retardant, spun-dyed, UV-stable Trevira yarns in 28 colours

© Photo: Trevira GmbH | New flame retardant, spun-dyed, UV-stable Trevira yarns

Also fancy yarns, like for example chenille yarns of the Lonfil company are available in flame retardant, spun-dyed, UV-stable versions.

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Lonfil | Flame retardant, spun-dyed, UV-stable chenille yarns of Lonfil

At Trevira’s trade fair booth, for the first time a knit velour is presented, that is suitable for outdoor use. It is manufactured by Mattes & Ammann and consists of 100% flame retardant, spun-dyed, UV-stable Trevira filament yarns. Three colours were used to produce the fabrics.

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Mattes & Ammann | Mattes & Ammann, Art. 39 259_116-11950-02, flame retardant knit velour made from spun-dyed, UV-stable filament yarns

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Mattes & Ammann | Mattes & Ammann, Art. 39 259_116-11950-07, flame retardant knit velour made from spun-dyed, UV-stable filament yarns

Furthermore, visitors will be able to see cushions made by PIF Textile, with cover fabrics consisting of spun-dyed, UV-stable, flame retardant Trevira yarns.

Trevira CS Dim Out – function and design for day and night

Flame retardant dim-out or coated black-out fabrics are used in numerous hotel projects to darken rooms. These products are mainly selected for reasons of functionality and cost, while quality and design play a subordinate role. Those in search of a more high-quality textile alternative of darkening curtains that also has an attractive feel to it, can soon avail of a wider range of flame retardant Trevira CS fabrics. Spun-dyed Trevira CS filament yarns are the basis for these high-end qualities and they are available in various dimming levels depending on the fabric construction.

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Dina Vanelli | Dina Vanelli, 2-DE223/02

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Mario Ghioldi | Mario Ghioldi, DIMOUT

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Lodetex | Lodetex, Oscurante 18239 A AIRO/205

Trevira CS CAT – for a leading edge in design

Melange designs continue to be an important trend for home textiles, in particular with strong and contrasting properties of matching shades. The use of yarns that are cationic dyeable is one way to achieve this effect. When these yarns are combined with conventionally dyeable yarns, they can be immersed in a one-step dye bath with two different dyes (cationic and discationic). The yarns absorb different amounts of colour, thus creating a melange effect. Trevira offers both flame retardant, cationic dyeable fibres and filament yarns. The Trevira Innovation Park will display a Trevira CS melange fabric, manufactured from fibre yarns, made by Tintoria Sala. The yarns consist of a combination of normal and cationic dyeable fibres. Dyeing these different types of fibres together results in bicoloured yarns that can be used to achieve a melange effect. The cationic proportion of the yarn can be adjusted to meet individual customer demands.

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Tintoria Sala | Tintoria Sala, Plutone Col. Denim cationic TCS

A strong combination – high-tenacity, flame retardant yarns

In addition to the already well-known flame retardant yarns for the home textile sector, Trevira now also offers flame retardant high-tenacity polyester yarns that can be used in various areas such as industrial applications or protective clothing. Produced from flame retardant Trevira raw material, PHP Fibres (Trevira’s sister company in the IVL Group) markets high tenacity drawn flat yarns. Trevira refines these flat yarns into flame retardant air-textured yarns also having high tenacity properties, thus offering another interesting yarn alternative.

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / PHP Fibres | Flame retardant: high tenacity drawn flat yarns (PHP, l.) and high tenacity air-textured yarns (Trevira, r.)

Trevira CS antimony-free – quality for special requirements

Today, Trevira’s flame retardant fibres are antimony-free as a standard. The aim is to continue to improve product safety and to satisfy potential client requirements for antimony-free products for specific applications. The entire Trevira range of fibres is now available for customers that require antimony-free products. Trevira is also planning an antimony-free version of filament yarns.

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Pugi | Trevira CS fabric of Pugi made from flame retardant antimony-free fibre yarns

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Svensson | Trevira CS fabric of Svensson made from flame retardant antimony-free fibre yarns

© Trevira GmbH | Special exhibition “Textile Future by Trevira CS”

© Trevira GmbH | Brochure on the Special exhibition “Textile Future by Trevira CS”

Future-Oriented Textile Applications
Special Exhibition in Cooperation with studio aisslinger: „Textile Future by Trevira CS“

What role can textiles play when it comes to shaping future-oriented concepts in the contract market? They must of course be flame retardant but what else is necessary in order to make our living, travelling, work and regeneration, or presence in public buildings enjoyable and to functionally and effectively meet segment-specific requirements? studio aisslinger has addressed these questions and has created textile spaces that effectively display the creative power and functionality of textile materials and that enable us to experience these. Fabrics in the “interior design of tomorrow” remain justified. What is more, they are a design tool that is used purposely to appeal to our senses in this modern and fast-paced world, to give us a feeling for the space, and to fulfil required functions as needed: Fabrics can open up or restrict rooms, direct the light, create darkness, absorb noise and provide comfort on upholstered furniture. Fabrics are not only accessible for visual perception but also create a haptic experience. Trevira CS represents 40 years of certified safety and today the brand also stands for aesthetically expressive textiles that are the result of the creative and professional cooperation between Trevira, spinning mills and yarn converters, dyeing and finishing plants, weaving and knitting mills, as well as textile editors.

To accompany the special exhibition a brochure is available to illustrate studio aisslinger’s vision and design approach.

Vision studio aisslinger

Our age, the beginning of the 21st century, is a time of change. Digitalisation affects all areas of life and it changes our daily routines. This represents new and exciting opportunities for designers. At the same time, the increasing virtualisation of interpersonal relationships and the success of witter and Instagram are also a sign of a dramatic marginalisation of the analogue world. With the success of social media determining our perception, our sensory reaction to the wonders of the real world are becoming diminished. In their work, studio aisslinger aims to connect digital technologies with the haptic and visual qualities of the analogue reality. Instead of rejecting digitalisation entirely or affirming it uncritically, this shows a technology-minded and, at the same time, truly humane vision of the future.


Both as celebration of an itinerant lifestyle and as promise of history and tradition, the hotel increasingly became the focus of architects and interior designers at the beginning of the 21st century. It is the place, where the search of our society of urban nomads for new and different spaces and environments appears paradigmatic. For a long time, the dominant idea was to design hotels according to their brand identity, regardless of their respective location but a different understanding has at last become more important: the hotel as the crossing point of various cultures. Here, the stories of travellers meet the history of the place and its inhabitants. Hotels become small universes in which the appeal of the place merges with impressions from all over the world, creating a vibrant and inspiring atmosphere. Like almost no other, studio aisslinger expresses this concept with its spatial design — a design that counts on collage, storytelling, and a sensory experience.

Public Spaces

Digital infrastructures enable us not only to complete our shopping and errands online but also to have online social interactions. Instead of going somewhere ourselves, we get everything delivered free to our homes. Public areas like libraries, schools, cinemas, theatres, as well as concept stores and shopping malls need to be reinvented in order to become attractive again. Visiting these spaces must become an unforgettable experience. The sensory unique quality of each respective place must pull people away from their digital devices and bring them back into the real life. The colour and tactility of special fabrics and textiles help to create atmospheres that enable us to rediscover the abundance and beauty of the analogue world.


Smart watches, fitness trackers, healthcare apps — the digitalisation has led to a new body awareness, and the comprehensive quantification of our physical activity results in a more holistic look at our existence and in a more ecological lifestyle. Our own health is no longer only a matter of optimised medication. Instead, we think about it more and more extensively, also in relation to atmospheric aspects. This change in attitude will represent a challenge for hospitals and pharmacies. Their atmospheric design must rediscover the special experience of these places: The experience of feeling understood, of trust and of the combination of tradition with the latest technology and science.

Public Transport

Private transport, however, is not the only thing that will change. We will have to rethink mobility as a whole. The limit of vehicle density in cities and conurbations was reached long ago and in some respects, it was even exceeded. In order to cope with the amount of cars, one must not only rethink urban planning. Public transport must become an appealing and ultimately better alternative for getting around in urban areas. It is important to extend existing networks to improve travel times and the frequency of services. However, this is not sufficient. The driving experience must change. Instead of sitting close together on benches that are practical but insignificant in their uniformity, we must reconceptualise the space of the underground or suburban railway and the bus interior to create a space where we spend a portion of our lifetime.


One of the biggest changes of our future life will take place in the areas of mobility and, in particular, private transport. In the coming decades, combustion engines will no longer be considered advanced technology but a relic from the past. However, it is not solely a matter of modifying the drive mechanism. Self-driving vehicles that communicate with each other are both possible and safer than cars driven by people and, in the long run, once free from responsibility and the task to guide oneself and one’s passengers safely through traffic, the travel time becomes the new leisure time. Instead of using the car only to get from A to B, we will actually live in it and use it as mobile space for all kind of activities. The interior of cars will change and the analogue space in these motion modules on four wheels, equipped with the most recent technology, will be rediscovered as an opportunity for a unique sensory experience.


At the beginning of the 21st century, our attitude to work changed. We no longer work only to live. Work has become part of our lifestyle. The easier it is to automate mindless and time-consuming tasks using the most recent technologies, the greater the importance of work for our perception of ourselves as creative people. The urban nomad can no longer be forced to spend fixed times in schematically grey office complexes. The time clock is an ideal from the past. Today, we are looking for co-working at long tables, for a colourful exchange, and at the same time, the possibility to temporarily retreat to so-called break-off units or to individual work capsules in order to brood over something privately or while remaining connected to a wider group. studio aisslinger creates exactly this type of work environment and uses not only but especially the creative power of fabrics that are intense in colour, more robust, and yet warm and inviting.

Highlights: the “special mentions” in the Trevira CS special exhibition

To create the special exhibition, all Trevira CS customers were invited to submit their latest Trevira CS products in a specified colour range. Almost 600 products from around 50 customers were submitted and studio aisslinger selected approximately 250 of the most outstanding products for the exhibition. Same as every year, those materials that were considered particularly innovative and creative were selected out of all the products submitted, and these materials were both highlighted and given special recognition. This selection was also performed by studio aisslinger and these materials are featured as highlights at the Trevira special exhibition.

Special Mentions Hospitality:

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Skopos Fabrics | Skopos Fabrics, Henrick, 0513, Umber, Beaushell

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Leliévre | Leliévre, 806 01, Riga M1 - Curry

Special Mentions Public Spaces:

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Gebrüder Munzert | Gebrüder Munzert, CS Origami 7.0, 270791 0059

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / SAHCO | SAHCO, Seersucker, 600691-0011

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / E. Schoepf | E. Schoepf, Palais, 1120802, Col. 521

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Spandauer Velours | Spandauer Velours, 7840 Viola CS, Col. 4116

Special Mentions Healthcare:

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Abbotsford Textiles | Abbotsford Textiles, A2000 Oakwell

​​​​​​​Special Mentions Mobility:

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / 4Spaces Textiles | 4Spaces Textiles, Nilu 1803 Col. 01

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / E. Boselli & C. | E. Boselli & C., 1912R, Mango CS, Col. E9L

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Delius | Delius, Haze 35936 8001

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Engelbert E. Stieger | Engelbert E. Stieger, 61540 Grata

Special Mentions Workspace:

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / G-Tex | G-Tex, SI-067, Col. 08, Piona Outdoor, Des. Square

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Mario Sirtori | Mario Sirtori, Vell. Viggo, CH CS, Col. 01

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Vanico | Vanico, Tulln Quality

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Zimmer + Rohde | Zimmer + Rohde, 1010825 996, Case

Special Mentions – Yarns

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Comercial Torrens | Comercial Torrens, flame retardant fancy yarns

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / F.lli Baroni | F.lli Baroni, Tiffany Nm 5.500

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Giorgini Silvano Filati | Giorgini Silvano Filati, Art. Flora Nm 4.000, Peach Orange

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Tintoria Sala | Tintoria Sala, Art. Fantasia Nm 1.800, Fancy

© Photo: Trevira GmbH / Torcitura Fibre Sintetiche | Torcitura Fibre Sintetiche, Woolook

About Trevira GmbH:

Trevira GmbH is an innovative European manufacturer of high-value branded fibres and filament yarns for technical applications and hygiene products as well as for home textiles, automotive interiors and functional apparel. Two production sites and a Marketing and Sales office with a total of approx. 1,100 employees are located in Germany. These are supported by an international marketing and sales organization. In 2019, sales amounted to around 208 million Euros. The head office of the company is located in Bobingen near Augsburg. Owner of Trevira GmbH is Indorama Venture PCL, Thailand. Trevira has a worldwide reputation for fibres and yarns for flame retardant polyester home textiles (Trevira CS), for its fibre specialties for hygiene products and technical applications as well as for low-pill fibres for functional apparel.

Trevira GmbH, Communications, Philipp-Reis-Str. 4, D - 65795 Hattersheim,
Tel. +49 8234-9688-2502 – Fax +49 8234-9688-5342,,

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