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Serge Ferrari Group To Exhibit at IWCE 2023

Updated: Apr 21, 2023

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Serge Ferrari Group To Exhibit at IWCE 2023

Global Composite Fabric Leader Celebrates 50th Anniversary


Deerfield Beach, Fla. — Serge Ferrari Group, a leader in designing, developing, and manufacturing innovative composite fabrics, will showcase its latest indoor and outdoor shading solutions at the International Window Coverings Expo (IWCE) from April 20-21, 2023, at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.


Since its creation in 1973, Serge Ferrari Group has strived to build long-term relationships with its customers, including those in the window coverings market. In 2023, the team at Serge Ferrari Group celebrates its 50th anniversary and invites IWCE attendees to visit their booth (#315) to discover in-depth demonstrations of the company’s latest shading achievements.

“For the past 50 years, Serge Ferrari Group has been committed to providing innovative composite fabric solutions for light architectural and exterior landscaping applications,” said John Fryc, Director of Business Development, Solar Protection, at Serge Ferrari Group. “We are proud to showcase an extensive range of screen fabrics from our solar protection range—Soltis—that provides high standards in energy savings, thermal, visual and acoustic performances.”


The collections encompass an extensive range of shading solutions for the residential and commercial markets, such as:


Soltis Loop® Sunmate is the first-ever interior solar protection fabric made from 100% recycled materials from post-consumer wastes. Soltis Loop® Sunmate provides full privacy from the outdoors, and protects against solar heat. It is available as roller blinds, vertical blinds, and panel tracks. Unique from other interior solar protection materials that only use either recycled yarn or recycled coating, Soltis Loop Sunmate is composed of 100% recycled polyester yarns in its base and 100% recycled polymers in its coating.


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  • Soltis® VEOZIP combines the quality and long-term performance of Serge Ferrari Group’s Soltis® range with a textile look and feel ideal for outdoor dining spaces. Specifically designed for outdoor zipper blinds, Soltis® VEOZIP provides excellent UV, water, mold, and fading resistance. Its natural hemp fiber composition is woven with three different color yarns, giving the fabric a warm, inviting aesthetic. Available in 15 colors, Soltis VEOZIP is phthalate-free as well as GreenGuard certified for indoor air quality.



  • Soltis® Touch is a beautifully designed screen that features a natural woven look and provides visual, thermal and acoustic comfort. Soltis® Touch combines Serge Ferrari Group’s innovative, durable technology with a unique aesthetic that doesn’t compromise on solar performance, health, or safety. A thoroughly sustainable product, Soltis® Touch is GreenGuard Gold certified for indoor air quality, making this screen the perfect fit for any application. This phthalate-free fabric is recyclable at the end of its lifecycle and has been tested against all North American standards for fire retardancy, further ensuring its level of safety for use in public spaces.



For more information about Serge Ferrari Group, please visit www.sergeferrarigroup.com/us and, to connect with a sales representative, click here.



About Serge Ferrari Group

Serge Ferrari Group is a leading manufacturer of flexible composite membranes used globally for the solar protection, architectural, building façade, acoustics, modular structure, marine, furniture, and visual communication markets. For 50 years, Serge Ferrari Group has paved the way for sustainable construction, energy control, protection and renewal of natural resources and design through its cutting-edge technology, including its patented Précontraint® technology that ensures exceptional long-term durability through dimensional stability. For more information, visit the company website: www.sergeferrarigroup.com/us.



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