BTEXCO Baselayer Wear Test in War Child Kilimanjaro Project
Early after the CNY, BTEXCO received comments on its anti–odor baselayer after a wear test used in the War Child Kilimanjaro 2018 program.
“Dear John and Julian,
Please find pictures of the young lady we sponsored to climb the Kilimanjaro for Warchild.
She used the coconut underwear for the whole journey of 6 days and she made a report that was very good. 10/10, comfortable, warm and no bad smells.
With the Team of 10 young people that climbed the mountain, they gained € 60.000 for the Warchild organization.
Thanks for your help to make the samples!
Met vriendelijke groet, Best Regards
BTEXCO celebrated its move to new headquarters located at Huafang International Plaza on April 8th, 2015.
BTEXCO GM John Zhang and representative from one client in USA
Production Manager making a speech
BTEXCO owner John Zhang making speech
BTEXCO Licensed for Celliant Fabrics
After sample production and tests, BTEXCO became the licensed manufacturer of knitted fabrics with Celliant fiber.
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Polar Explorer Eric Larsen at Summit of Mount Everest with BTEXCO baselayer
On Oct 10, 2010, Polar Explorer Eric Larsen reached the summit of Mountain Everest wearing baselayer Helix and Geofleece thermal wear produced by Beta Textiles Co,Limited. The Save the Earth program was partially financed by Beta Textiles Co., Limited’s customer and buyer Terramar Sports Worldwide Limited in the USA.
BTEXCO CMT Program won Innovation Award
The program is an antimicrobial and odor-free performance apparel program that was produced by Beta Textiles Co., Limited in its facilities located in Zhangjiagang, Jiangsu, China.
BTEXCO was licensed for Outlast Fabric in Jun3, 2009 for the production of fabrics made with Outlast fiber.
Wedding between Silk and Wool
Within two weeks, the yarns were in the knitting workshop. Shortly after, the finished fabric was ready to be made into flatlock under garments. The hand feel was magnificent.
In order to release the new products, the client arranged a conference to release the products. Textile Intelligence published an article reviewing the difficulties to inter-knit these two types of yarns in one fabric.
Soon afterwards, the problem on the fabric was identified by the fabric developer of the client – there is serious twisting on the fabric after washing, i.e. the spiral stability was not commercially acceptable.
However, there seemed to be no way to quit since many orders had already been placed. By consulting knitting and spinning experts, Beta Textiles Co., Limited identified the problem and remade another dyeing lots, which proved to be a success.
Since Jul 2008, Beta Textiles Co., Limited has been regularly producing the silk and wool dual layer fabric. It seems the marriage of wool and silk has given birth to good babies.
NOBLE BIOMATERIALS INC. ASIA REPRESENTATIVE VISITED BETA TEXTILES CO., LIMITED
Miss Alison Tsui, the Asia Representative of Noble Biomaterials, Inc, USA, visited Beta Textiles Co., Limied on May 29th, 2008 and discussed the possibility of x-static fabric production by Beta Textiles Co.,Limited located in Zhangjiagang, Jiangsu Province, China.
The meeting was arranged at the request of Medalist, a famous sportswear brands in the United States. Medalist intends to have x-static fabric produced by Beta Textiles Co.,Limited with x-static yarn produced by Noble Biomaterials Inc. X-static yarn is a special yarn with antimicrobial, anti-odor and anti-static feaure.
Miss Alsion Tsui also visited Beta Textiles Co.,Limited’s knitting mill and subcontracting dyeing house – YS Printing and Dyeing Mill in Zhangjiagang.