NanoTextile strengthens growth for Asian business, boosts functional clothing business
The company provides direct B2B customization of fabric tech offerings.
Malaysia-based fabric manufacturer, Nanotextile, grew by over 200% in the last quarter of the financial year ending 31 December 2021.
The company provides direct business-to-business customisation of new technology offerings to businesses of all sizes, for value-added clothing range and textile products. Along with five new clothing segments explored this year, clients can now integrate NanoTextile’s technologies into their products and provide new offerings for their end customers. NanoTextile’s proprietary technologies unlock the opportunities to advance with the functional fibre and fabrics industry.
"If Grab is e-hailing of taxi service that doesn't own a taxi, then NanoTextile is textile and clothing functional technology provider that doesn't own a textile mill," said CEO Thomas Ong.
In April 2021, NanoTextile participated amongst 21 companies worldwide to pitch, showcasing its role in the support of this movement, at the Fashion for Good South Asia Innovation Programme. Fashion for Good is a global initiative offering support and roadmaps by fostering sector-wide collaboration to enable the invention and adoption of good fashion practices. In line with the efforts to reduce carbon footprint, NanoTextile has expanded the practice of reusable shipping containers.
The Corporate Strategy and Communication team of NanoTextile have been crafting complementary partnership models with selected international and local fashion, apparel, business media partners such as Fibre2Fashion, Textile Value Chain, WargaBiz, etc.
The company has collaborated with brands such as FILA, Polo Haus, PONEY Kids Wear, and regional Muslimah fashion brands. It has recently supported Volvo Car Malaysia's sustainability movement.