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American & Efird (A&E), a global leader in industrial sewing thread manufacturing, has announced the official launch of a new product in reflective innovation, Anefil™ Reflector having polyester fibre type.

A&E’s Anefil™ Reflector is an industrial sewing thread designed and engineered for reflective visibility. Ideal for creating a decorative, reflective seam in cover-stitch and over-edge stitch applications, Anefil™ Reflector can be used in a wide variety of apparel categories including, Activewear, Workwear, Safety Apparel, Swimwear, Denim and Footwear.

“A&E’s spirit of innovation continues with this new reflective product, Anefil™ Reflector,” said Mark Hatton, Vice President (Americas), A&E, adding, “Offered in a Tex 120 size, the new thread has twisted multi-filament thread construction. This product is a versatile, decorative sewing thread and a valuable addition to the reflective market.”

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Unveiling the features of Anefil™ Reflector, A&E states this thread reflects light back to the light source, thus ensures the maximum visibility in low light situations. In addition, this adds another layer of functionality in sewing that has traditionally only incorporated reflective tape. Hence, Anefil™ Reflector provides maximum luminescence and durability while maintaining aesthetic appearance.

It’s worth mentioning here that through its global network, A&E’s products are manufactured in 23 countries, distributed in 50 countries and sold in over 100 countries.

 

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