Invista spins Textronics

June 2005
Chemical Market Reporter;6/20/2005, Vol. 267 Issue 25, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that electro-textile materials and systems integration company, Textronics Inc., has secured investor financing and has been spun off from fibers giant Invista Fiber Co. Ltd. in the U.S. Aim of the firm to integrate electronics in ways that make textiles the provider rather than the container of new functionality; Role of NGEN Partners in leading the Series A investment round that provided the capital for the spin off; Other investors involved in the deal.


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