Company Overview of INVISTA S.à r.l.
INVISTA S.à r.l. produces and markets fibers, fabrics, polymers, resins, chemical intermediates, and specialty chemical for commercial, residential, automotive, and industrial customers. The company offers premium fibers and fabrics for apparel, swimwear, activewear, denim, sweaters, and legwear; carpet fiber for commercial carpet, as well as carpet and rugs for home; automotive flooring, airbags, and upholstery products; and products for applications, such as daypacks, outdoor gear, luggage, and outdoor wear. It also provides polymers and plastics, such as PET resins, PET polymers, nylon polymers, and engineering polymers; chemical intermediates for nylon, spandex, and polyester application...
4123 East 37th Street North
Wichita, KS 67220
Founded in 1998
Key Executives for INVISTA S.à r.l.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
President of INVISTA Performance Solutions
President of Invista Apparel
President of Invista Intermediates
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
INVISTA S.à r.l. Key Developments
INVISTA’s CORDURA Brand Debuts Nylon-6,6 Staple Fiber
Jan 10 17
INVISTA’s CORDURA brand has made a cutting-edge breakthrough in designing and commercializing the strongest nylon-6,6 staple fiber ever produced by INVISTA. This intensive two-year-long research and design process resulted in a patent-pending high tenacity fiber designed to enhance the core strength of CORDURA® fabrics. With the introduction of the new high tenacity INVISTA T420HT fiber technology, INVISTA’s scientists and technicians have successfully achieved one of the leaps in its nylon-6,6 innovation pipeline which dates back to the initial commercialization of the fiber at the company’s Seaford, DE staple nylon 6,6 production facility. Already adopted by a major international military, CORDURA® NYCO (Nylon/Cotton) fabric blends based on new INVISTA T420HT high tenacity fiber are undergoing extensive wear trialing for next generation combat uniforms. The stealth-like INVISTA T420HT fiber has a mission to create a new generation of durable, yet lightweight fabrics – such as CORDURA® NYCO Extreme and CORDURA® NYCO Tactical fabrics – to be used in many applications like military uniforms, outdoor apparel and workwear. Dickies is the first consumer brand to adopt the new fiber in its Dickies PRO™ with CORDURA® fiber technology workwear collection, which will be available online Fall 2017.
Kordsa Considers To Buy Invista Facility
Dec 30 16
Kordsa, Inc. starts evaluation process to buy Chattanooga facility of INVISTA S.à r.l.
INVISTA Will Showcase Variety of COOLMAX® Branded Concepts, Including COOLMAX® EcoMade Technology
Oct 31 16
INVISTA will present its new innovations for denim at the upcoming Kingpins tradeshow in New York City. INVISTA will showcase a variety of COOLMAX® branded concepts, including COOLMAX® EcoMade technology. Leveraging recent consumer insights for the denim category, this innovation brings both sustainability and cool comfort to jeans. Denim made with COOLMAX® EcoMade technology is breathable and moves moisture away from the skin, helping the wearer stay cool, dry and comfortable. As with all COOLMAX® branded products, these performance characteristics are permanent and don't wash out. An added benefit of fibers with COOLMAX® EcoMade technology is that they are made from 97% recycled resources. Plastic bottles are diverted away from landfills and recycled, which reduces their environmental impact on the planet. Through a six-step process, this plastic is transformed into fiber that is suitable for apparel use. In addition to COOLMAX® technologies, denim with LYCRA® branded innovations will also be featured in the INVISTA booth. Stop by to see the latest concepts made with LYCRA® BEAUTY fiber which is designed to sculpt a woman's curves while still allowing her to be comfortable. Peruse new styles made with LYCRA® dualFX® technology, which provides added flexibility and resilience so jeans keep their shape, wash after wash and wear after wear.
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