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MUMBAI – Textile manufacturer Thai Acrylic Fibre (TAF) has partnered with Canadian blockchain specialist Licof to trace its flagship Radianza acrylic fibre.

The material, produced using a gel-dyeing technology, earlier this year received its impact scores from Higg’s Material Sustainability Index (MSI), which found Radianza to have significantly less of an impact on the environment than other acrylics on the market.  

“Now that our customers are developing end-products with Radianza with a better sustainability index, it was the right time for us to introduce the digital platform to trace the fibre easily through the value chain,” said Tuhin Kulshreshtha, head of marketing and value-added products at TAF.

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