Domo Fibers & Yarns now Xentrys

March 2008
Technical Textiles / Technische Textilen;Mar2008, Vol. 51 Issue 1, pE5
Academic Journal
The article presents an update on Domo Industries, a multinational textile and chemicals holding company based in Gent, Belgium. The comapny has decided to change name of its Fibers and Yarns division into Xentrys BV. The division has successfully gained important external market share since 2000. Under its new corporate identity and strategy policy, Xentrys will be one of the few independent suppliers of specialty yarns and fibers on the market worldwide. Information is given on the product range of the company's polyolefin staple fibers.


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