Source - SMW
Directa Plus plc, a producer and supplier of graphene-based products for use in consumer and industrial markets, announced Colmar and Eurojersey will launch two new textile collections incorporating the company's Graphene Plus.

Colmar's launch of the Ski Winter 2018, 2019 collection marks its third winter range with Directa Plus.  The new collection has been expanded to consist of 31 garments incorporating G+, including male and female ski jackets and, for the first time, graphene-enhanced ski trousers. 

Eurojersey, meanwhile, launched its first range of G+ enhanced textiles to be marketed under its leading Sensitive Fabrics brand. 

Directa Plus said it was receiving increasing interest in G+ from the textiles industry due to its ability to sustainably produce a highly-performant fabric that is independently certified as non-toxic, non-cytotoxic and hypoallergenic for human skin.

Giulio Cesareo, Chief Executive Officer of Directa Plus, said: 'Colmar and Eurojersey are two partners with which we have developed deep, strong relationships, based on our shared passion for innovation and sustainability.' 

'It is therefore extremely pleasing to see both companies launch new collections incorporating Graphene Plus.'

'The considerable interest we received at ISPO for our graphene-based products is testament to the high-performance qualities that they bring to garments, which are enjoyed by professionals and sports enthusiasts alike.'  

At 9:52am: (LON:DCTA) Directa Plus Plc share price was -0.3p at 47.7p