Circular Technical Textiles – Viability Assessment of the adaptation needs for the recycled technical yarns and fabrics in the Indian industrial market

What is the product/service about?

HILATURAS ARNAU has developed an innovative process for converting the fabrics to fibers and producing recycled yarns in a circular economy approach.

Developed by:

Hilaturas Arnau, S.L.

Where did the project idea come from?

From both the R&D team and company’s CEO willingness to grow internationally and bring highly sustainable solutions to the market.

Why did you select that specific target country?

Protective and industrial textile applications have a huge and fast-growing demand in India. In addition, we have previously collaborated with a local consultant.

Who are your partners in the target country?

HILTURAS ARNAU has already identified several potential users through a local consultant. Technical requirements will be addressed with a large company (as main subcontractor) specialized in laboratory safety and performance analysis.

What is your long term vision for your company working in your chosen partner country?

We plan to establish a joint collaboration with our existing partners and new partners (manufacturing and business partners) coming out from the INNOWIDE Project. This will allow us to enter the Indian market. Afterwards, this market will open doors towards our expansion in Asia.

What impact do you believe INNOWWIDE will have on your company?

The INNOWWIDE project will certainly contribute to strengthen our competitive advantage as a global player in the textile industry. INNOWWIDE is a great opportunity to start working in a fast pace growing market such as India.

Can you offer any advice or guidance to others looking to apply for INNOWWIDE grants?

INNOWWIDE represents a valuable tool to develop your strategy and open to new markets. The application procedures were very straight-forward and the INNOWWIDE team has been very supportive and helpful during all the process.

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