Going Gung-ho Over Flax & Hemp

April 2007
Indian Textile Journal;Apr2007, Vol. 117 Issue 7, p16
The article features Zhao Rong Flax Textile Co. Ltd., one of the 80 exhibitors at the INTEX event. The company's booth stood out because of the uniqueness of its products, which include yarns and other end-products of natural fibers, such as flax and hemp. Yan Guoquan, vice manager of the import and export department of Zhao Rong Group, says that they are looking for agents in India. He adds that there is a good market for their eco-friendly yarns. Zhao Rong's 100% hemp yarn and fabrics have been recognized as environment-friendly products in Asia, Europe and the U.S.


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