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Kıvanç Tekstil Allies With Reliance for Eco-friendly Fabrics

India-headquartered integrated polyester producer Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL), has agreed to collaborate with Turkey's textile behemoth, Kıvanç Tekstil, to manufacture and supply R|Elan™ GreenGold 2.0, a sustainable and innovative fabric , for global apparel brands.

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After completing his high school education in College St.Vincent in Belgium, Emre Yoleri returned to Turkey and has begun his university education at Gazi University, Department of Labor Economics and Industrial Relations. He left this department and completed Eskişehir Anadolu University Faculty of Business Administration. He is currently pursuing an MBA at Bahçeşehir University. Emre began his career in 2005 working in customer relationship, strategy planning and reporting departments in public and private sector companies and managed several projects. Yoleri has been working in international relations, project development, organization and writing at NEFA PR agency since 2015.

Kıvanç Tekstil Allies With Reliance for Eco-friendly Fabrics
Kıvanç Tekstil Allies With Reliance for Eco-friendly Fabrics

Turkey’s leading textile manufacturer, Kıvanç Tekstil has made an outstanding production move towards global markets. The company has joined forces with Indian major, Reliance Industries (RIL) and is set to manufacture R|Elan™ GreenGold 2.0, a sustainable and innovative fabric , for global apparel brands.

The two companies signed an agreement to provide the best quality eco-friendly textile solutions to brands and retailers to meet the ever growing demand of environment friendly apparels as well as using Recron® GreenGold fibres in mixed polyester fabrics. Kıvanç Tekstil will not only manufacture and market R|Elan GreenGold fabrics but also will be the sole exclusive distributor of Recron® GreenGold fibres to spinners, yarn manufactures and knitters across Turkey.

Kıvanç Tekstil set for boosted growth on heels of the project

Commenting on the partnership, Mr Ziya Kıvanç, CEO, Kıvanç Textil opined: “Our mission has been creating a brand that is human health-friendly and eco-friendly, trustworthy and that focuses on customer satisfaction and high quality manufacturing. We have stick to out principle to our eco-friendly and sustainable vision in every single process of production from fibre to fabric as we aimed to be the most favourable brand for apparel brands that lead global fashion thanks to our innovative manner. The partnership with Reliance Industries is a significant initiative in accomplishing our mission. The exclusive distributorship of Recron® GreenGold fibres and yarns and being a manufacturer of R|Elan™ GreenGold fabrics will provide us immense growth opportunities. We are really thankful to Reliance, which has taken a stride forward in actualising our mission. Henceforth, most of the polyester blended fabrics will be made out of sustainable fibres at Kıvanç.”

Mr Gunjan Sharma, CMO – Polyester Division, RIL, similarly noted; “It gives us immense pleasure to partner with the globally renowned Kıvanç Tekstil. With R|Elan GreenGold brand in sustainable offerings merging with Kıvanç’s manufacturing prowess; we are certain to form stunning innovative fabrics to meet the growing demand for high-quality eco-friendly apparels.”

PET bottles turn to innovative fabrics

Kıvanç Tekstil is renowned worldwide to cater for major European and American fashion brands. As an integrated manufacturer across spinning, weaving, dyeing, printing and finishing; Kıvanç produces 18 million meters of blended fabrics per year. Its yield comprises a wide range of blends straddling polyester, cotton, viscose, linen, tencel, modal and wool.

RIL, the owner of brands R|Elan and Recron, is one of the largest recycler of PET bottles in India; recycling 2.2 billion PET bottles per annum. R|Elan GreenGold fibre, made from recycled PET, reduces emission of greenhouse gases to a large extent. The fabric being made from pre-dyed fibres are not in deed of much water. Whatever little water is used, 90% of it is recycled.

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