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Techtextil 2013 Exhibitor Preview: Americhem (Part 1)

MANCHESTER, United Kingdom - April 23, 2013 - Americhem Inc., a global provider of custom color and additive solutions for synthetic fibres, will exhibit at the Techtextil 2013 trade fair, June 11-13, 2013, in Frankfurt, Germany. Americhem's display, located in hall A1, Stand A32 of Messe Frankfurt, will feature the company's latest products, including the new nVision™ line of color and additives for nonwovens. The company will also showcase a wide range of sample products produced by Americhem's customers from a variety of market sectors, as well as commercial and technical product experts who will be available to answer questions.

"We have invested in industry-leading technologies in the nonwoven and technical textile market segments in recent years, enabling us to provide unique solutions to aid in speed-to-market and providing our customers with a number of competitive advantages," said Michael Frisch, technical service manager for fibres, EMEA. "For example, customers benefit from our pilot fibre manufacturing equipment, which includes high- and low-speed synthetic fibre spinning lines in Europe and spunbonded nonwoven fabric and monofilament manufacturing available through our global plant network."

Americhem's booth will also feature examples of fibre and spunbonded nonwoven fabric from the company's pilot equipment.

Americhem masterbatches for synthetic fibres are designed with superior dispersion characteristics. The products have been proven to extend pack life, as well as reduce die-face buildup for improved spin performance and yields.