Carrington Textiles is counting down to A+A 2019

Join us in Hall 3 on Stand C53

Showcasing all our latest developments

For over 25 years, Carrington Textiles has been exhibiting at A+A, the largest international trade fair dedicated to safety, security and health at work. This year, it is taking place from 5th – 8th November 2019 in Dusseldorf’s Convention Centre.

A+A is a great opportunity for us to be able to meet with our current customers who come to visit us from around the 81 countries we export to, as well as build relationships with potential customers, interested in our wide range of workwear, flame retardant, waterproof and defence fabrics. This event is the perfect occasion to showcase our newest developments in fabric.

This year we are bringing a strong environmental message to the event, as we demonstrate our commitment to achieving sustainability in workwear, with the launch of the Balance Range. This offers a new choice of eco-friendly fabrics based on four greener and more advanced technologies, based on recycled materials and sustainable sources.

As well as its new eco-friendly range, Carrington will also be launching new lightweight Kara fabric as an addition to the workwear range. A 50% polyester, 50% cotton blend, Kara allows ease of movement, and is a fabric particularly well-suited to functional garments such as tunics and trousers.

Flamestat Satin 300 and Flameban Max 260 are new, lightweight versions of some of our popular flame retardant qualities. Using an innovative, patented blend of fibres and an advanced weave structure, new Flameban Max 260 is guaranteed to deliver unquestionable flame resistant performance.

Flamestat Satin 300 also offers a new level of comfort along with enhanced performance characteristics, which comes from the twin benefits of having polyester on the face of the fabric and cotton on the reverse.

Make sure to stay connected with Carrington on social media, as we count down to A+A 2019.

To find out more about Carrington Textiles’ new fabrics visit us at A+A, hall 3, stand C53 or explore our website.

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