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In order to meet growing demand from the Mediterranean and Chilean aquaculture markets, FISA has invested in the newest-generation Karl Mayer knotless Raschel technology, with the plan to increase its production of Ultra High Molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) knotless netting. With the intention of continuing to offer its customers high-quality products, FISA continues to work in alliance with Avient Corporation, formerly DSM, and its Dyneema product. FISA also uses the Dyneema fibre for other netting products, such as braided knotted nets, twisted knotless nets and its newest anti-predator nets technology, the Xtracore+ product line. Anti Bird Net
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