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Inditex collaborates with Nanollose for ‘tree-free’ lyocell

Leading global fashion brand inked a deal with Nanollose Limited – a leading Australian biomaterials firm commercializing scalable technology – to generate low-impact fibers and fabrics.

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Figure: Nanollose and INDITEX have contracted to deliver non-exclusive samples of the Nanollose’s Tree-Free (and/or mixed) nullarbor lyocell.

Nanollose and INDITEX have contracted to deliver non-exclusive samples of the Nanollose’s Tree-Free (and/or mixed) nullarbor lyocell ascending from the Company’s current pilot program with Birla Cellulose under the terms of the MOU.

Inditex will be given early access to Nanollose’s materials to determine the potential for use in their various brands during the pilot phase of product development. Nanollose will supply samples of various materials for testing and prototyping, allowing Nanollose to gain valuable commercial feedback while Inditex will be given early access to the Company’s materials to determine the potential for use in their various brands.

Inditex will be delivered with free initial samples of the materials. Bigger quantities of the materials will be sent in the future at an expense that will be mutually agreed upon at the time, based on principles such as the proportion of microbial cellulose in the fiber, whether it is supplied as fiber, yarn, or fabric, and any dyeing and finishing charges.

Inditex will be given timely access to Nanollose’s materials to determine the potential for use in their numerous brands during the pilot phase of product development.

Nanollose will supply samples of many materials for testing and prototyping, allowing Nanollose to gain cherished commercial feedback while Inditex will be given early access to the Company’s materials to determine the potential for use in their various brands.

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