Nanotextile launches new benefits programme

Stakeholders can gain access to insights on current developments in the textile industry.

Malaysia’s NanoTextile Sdn Bhd (NanoTextile) has launched a new benefits programme, nanotextile+, which will give its partners access to insights on current developments in the textile industry and more.

Apart from insights which can be accessed through the company’s website, partners of NanoTextile can also get technology consultations into what is next in the market and R&D sectors from the company’s in-house team which comprises product innovators, technology and business strategists.

Overall, what the programme will do is provide solutions and consultancy based on statistics and modelling techniques in its formulated data analysis.

"Considering high-risk losses in business investment, especially in today’s fashion and textile industries, NanoTextile sees the potential of nanotextile+ as an integrator that will help stakeholders conduct business at low risk and full potential,” said the company.

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