Commercial production will begin for CRAiLAR Flax Fiber and will be supplied to Hanes Brands, Target, Georgia-Pacific and others.
Target will evaluate the use of CRAiLAR flax fiber in a number of products to be introduced into its stores in spring 2013.
Vancouver, BC & Portland, OR — Naturally Advanced Technologies Inc., which produces and markets one of the first new natural fibers in decades, CRAiLAR®, announced it will partner with Tuscarora Yarns, one of the world’s premier yarn innovators, to explore a host of new blended yarns using CRAiLAR Flax. Under the terms of the non-exclusive, […]
Vancouver, BC and Portland, OR — Naturally Advanced Technologies Inc. today announced that it has entered into a short term CRAiLAR® Flax fiber development agreement with Carhartt beginning in September 2011 to support evaluation of processing CRAiLAR Flax fiber in premium grade work wear. “Carhartt aligns perfectly with our current portfolio and we are excited […]
Company Will Contract 15,000 Acres of Flax This Year and Establish Regional Production Facility by Q1 2012; Announcement Follows Close of C$13.1M in Bought Deal Financing Portland, Oregon & Vancouver, British Columbia — Naturally Advanced Technologies Inc. today announced it has entered into an agreement with Carolina Eastern Precision Ag, of Pamplico, South Carolina, to […]
Naturally Advanced Technologies Inc. and Hercules Incorporated, a subsidiary of Ashland Inc., today announced that they have entered into a joint development agreement for CRAiLEX™ high-grade dissolving pulp.
Naturally Advanced Technologies Inc. today announced that it has entered into a short term CRAiLAR® Flax fiber development agreement with Levi Strauss & Co. beginning in April 2011 to support evaluation of processing CRAiLAR flax fiber in woven casual apparel products, specifically denim and non-denim, bottom and top weight fabrics.
Hemptown Clothing Inc., a leading provider of enviro-friendly hemp fabric clothing is pleased to announce that its recent presentation with the National Research Council of Canada provided excellent documentation regarding the impact of NRC’s xylanase engineering on the Pulp & Paper Industry, and how such a similar enzyme may work with hemp fiber.
National Research Council (NRC) technology could help clothe Canadian athletes at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Whistler, B.C. and help pave the way for a range of advanced products made with industrial hemp, such as auto parts and airplane fuselages.