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An extra lining between the outer fabric and regular lining of a garment.


(Clothing & Fashion) the material used to interline parts of garments, now often made of reinforced paper


(ˈɪn tərˌlaɪ nɪŋ)

1. an inner lining placed between the ordinary lining and the outer fabric of a garment.
2. material used for this purpose.
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Jinkang Ye as a small interlining producer in 1990.
As a leading global manufacturer of highly-developed textiles, with Hansel, we will be able to offer additional sophisticated interlining solutions.
com)-- Facing the fierce competition in the interlining industry, Interlining Source Limited decided to make more efforts to attract talent in the industry, from home and abroad, and let them work together to improve the competitive edge of the company.
British Airways will implement e-ticket interlining with 80 new partners through Amadeus in the next two years.
Multilateral interlining allows passengers to purchase a single ticket in a single currency and a single transaction, and travel with checked-through luggage over the lines of more than one airline.
8220;The national direction regarding the economic restructuring is to build a customer-led economy in the post-crisis environment,” Sam Lee said, the Managing Director in Interlining Source Limited (http://www.
The new Vilene ECO 823 and 825 styles are included in the ecological interlining range and consist of Tencel fibers, which are mechanically bonded by means of environmentally friendly water entanglement.
It will concentrate on leisure routes to South East Asia and the Pacific, and also code share with Qantas and offer interlining, unheard of for what will be essentially a long haul budget carrier.
The two cities, Chengdu and Chongqing, have their own competitive edge to be listed on the top investment destinations," Sam Lee said, the managing director of Interlining Source Limited (http://www.
Precision Custom Coatings LLC (PCC), Totowa, NJ, has introduced Comfort Stretch thermal bonded nonwovens for interlining applications.
There is no exception to the interlining industry for woven interlining, non-woven interlining and fusible interlining.
After completion of the acquisition, Freudenberg & Vilene's interlining business will have some 1000 employees throughout Asia, operate five factories in Suzhou/China, Nantong/China, Seoul/Korea, Yang-Mei/Taiwan and Chennai/India and generate sales of $150 million.