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Berger Textiles launches Evo range of part recycled textiles at FESPA Global Print Expo 2024

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Berger Textiles is unveiling Evo, an extended range of GRS certified textiles covering all soft signage applications as part of its wider sustainability manifesto, at FESPA Global Print Expo 2024 (RAI Amsterdam, 19-22 March 2024). The company will be on stand A21, hall 10.

 

The Evo range delivers on Berger Textiles’ commitment to a more circular business, offering a complete set of more sustainable textiles produced using GRS certified recycled yarn, without compromising on performance.

 

The full range comprises the following products:

Lumina Evolution/Samba Evolution: for applications in backlit frames.

Mozaik Evolution: an outstanding black back textile perfect for exhibitions.

Revolution Evolution/Display Evolution: display textiles for front lit applications.

Matisse Evolution: for artistic print applications.

Aero Evolution/Wind Evolution: for high performance flags.

Expandable Evolution: for applications requiring stretch.

Fiber Evolution: a non woven banner material, suitable for promotional outdoor use.



 The Global Recycled Standard (GRS) is a globally recognised voluntary product standard for tracking and verifying the content and chain of custody of recycled materials in a final product. The GRS includes a 50% minimum recycled content percentage and additional social and environmental requirements related to processing and chemical use.

 

Alessandro Lanfranconi, CEO of Berger Textiles, said: ‘Sustainability is interwoven through all aspects of our operations and we are pleased to be at the point of formally sharing our strategy with visitors to FESPA Global Print Expo. Achieving a more circular business has long been our ambition and the launch of our extended Evo range delivers on that commitment, without compromising on the award winning performance of our textiles.’

 

In addition to its soft signage range, Berger Textiles will also showcase its functional architectural home and fashion ranges at the show, all presented through its simple and visual periodic table catalogue, which clusters products according to their intended applications.

 

 

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