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http://www.jinxiafiber.com/

Full dull polyester yarns Suppliers,Polyester multifilament yarns Manufacturers from China

Zhejiang Jinxia New Material Technology Co., Ltd. was founded in 1998, has Shanghai Jinxia, Jiaxing Jinxu two subsidiaries, located in Tongyuan town Haiyan county Zhejiang provence, which is inside the Shanghai economic zone.

Our company since long time has focused on the researching, developing and sales of differentiated chemical fibers with an annual producing capacity of 30,000 tons. Our products are dope dyed polyester multifilament yarns FDY 30D-1000D and DTY 50D-600D, and as well monofilament yarns 15D-60D. We are recognized and renowned for our hi-tech functional yarns, such as “dope dyed negative oxygen ion polyester yarn”, “dope dyed fine denier cooling polyester yarn”, “dope dyed fancy multi-color polyester yarn” , " dope dyed fire retardant polyester yarn”etc. Our products are widely applied in textile fabrics, embroidery, label, decoration, braid, jacquard, knitting, home textile, clothes, shoes, hat, carpet, curtain, scarf, bag, towel, gloves, socks, etc.

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