Soyang announces three new grand format fabrics

Soyang Europe is delivering three new grand format textile substrates, which it says is down to a combination of recent investment in new facilities and increasing customer demand.

New grand format fabrics from Soyang are ideally suited to the exhibition and retail markets.

These include a new display polyester aimed mainly at retail and exhibition graphics. It features a dense and compact structure created through careful yarn selection that is said to produce vibrant colours. It’s suitable for use with both dye sub and UV cure inks.

There’s also a new black-back fabric for those applications that require total blockout. It can be used with textile tension frame systems and promises no rear show through. It’s available in four different finishes including lightweight woven or even knitted structures up to 3.2m wide.

The third substrate is a new SoTex backlit meant for oversized lightboxes in retail stores, public spaces and exhibition halls. This uses the latest coating technologies and state-of-the-art yarns to deliver a premium finish.

Soyang Europe recently opened a state-of-the-art 66,000 sqm factory with the latest manufacturing and coating lines for materials up to 3.2m wide. Tim Egerton, Soyang’s sales manager, explained: “By consistently adding new technology, we’re assured of remaining at the forefront of the textile industry.”





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