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Santis Textiles of Singapore has expanded its brand into new countries

Published On 09 Mar 2022 09:45 AM


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Santis Textiles, a Swiss-owned textile firm located in Singapore, has filed a trademark application for its product in the United States and Singapore. The firm, which is already registered in Europe, has made steps to improve the RCO100 technology and is eager to help continue efforts to ensure the industry's and the planet's long-term viability.

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