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Transcript of Cupro Fiber
Mohammad S. Sharabati Cupro Fiber What is Cupro... What is it made of ? Bemberg is produced from Index What is Cupro?
What is it made of ?
What makes it UNIQUE ?
Introducing it to Turkey
Pricing & Delivery
References "A Touch of Nature" Cupro is a regenerated cellulosic fiber that comes from cotton linter* that has been dissolved in a solution of ammonia and copper oxide. Definition Origin and Evolution... J.P Bemberg is the inventor of the Cupro fiber.
First commercial product placed in Germany (1897)
Introduced to Japan (1928)
Manufacturing of Cupro begun in Japan (1931) Bemberg is trademark name of Cupro fiber
Still there are only two manufacturers of Cupro in the world
-American Bemberg Foundation linter ; the short, downy fiber that enfolds and protects the cotton seed Cupro is 100% pure regenerated cellulose fiber which, unlike natural fibers, is almost perfectly round and free from surface and structural disordered. •Cupro is similar to rayon, but breathes and regulates body temperature like cotton.
•Often used as a silk substitute, cupro is noted for its ability to create beautifully draped clothing, except it can be machine-washed and -dried.
•Cupro is a antistatic fabric that is resistant to stretching out of shape at higher temperatures. As a result... Cupro is a smooth, fresh, free comfort, creative, and elegant fiber, like the cotton linter from which it originates, is biodegradable, and gentle on the environment Characteristics Breathable Gentle, low-friction contact with the skin Anti-Static Eco-friendly fiber Hydrophilic fiber (%11 moisture regain) Outstanding dye ability Eco Friendly fiber Breathable Fiber Smooth, comfort, and beauty Dye ability What makes it UNIQUE !! Bemberg is approved by Oeko-Tex Standard 100. After burning fibers these are the gases that comes up Bemberg has a very little gas emission Moisture absorbation of Bemberg rapid and large.
Test Bemberg helps keep the moisture level low between fabric and skin Interior humidity, during exercise or at rest, as shown in this test of the
humidity between the wearer's torso and lingerie made from different fibers. Frictional irritation test Skin abrasion test Natural drape and great silhouette Cupro can be died by
Pigment Because of more amorphous structure, Bemberg exhibits faster dye take-up and greater saturation than cotton, ramie, and rayon. Applications Linings Outwear Innerwear Active-wear The Smooth Surface and the performance of the fiber allows you to use bemberg as a lining. Formal and casual wear with the natural comfort, quality, elegance, and function of Bemberg, in woven, jersey, cross-knit and many other fabrics Good elasticity and breathablity allows us to use cupro in activewear. Because of Cupro’s breathablity and strechability it can be perfect material for lingerie Introducing it to TURKEY... Analyzing the Turkish Market Market research Turkish market of fibers lacks this new technology, multi-use fiber.
Production costs in Turkey are high, therefor its window is open to imports
Turkish people always look for comfortable clothing that can aid them in dailylife, buisnesslife, or sports Competitors Different local and foreign firms are trying to develop a fiber with such characteristics . Other manufacturers of cupro "Asai-Kasai" might lunch a competing marketing campaign . first cupro fiber in Turkey
variety of favorable characteristics Low awareness of the product
needs time to deliver Low level of competition
Huge potential of turkish market High shipping costs. Pricing and delivery Cupro prices change according to product;
Yarn prices ranges from $1.80 to $2.50 per kg
Staple fibers bale price is $67 yarn delivery estiminated time is around 8 weeks to Turkey.
fiber delivery estiminated time is around 6 weeks to Turkey. Products Web Sites:
Fabric Science - J.J. Pizzuto References Thank you
for Listening !!!