The White Willow -- New-Generation Pillow Collection Made with BASF’s CosyPUR

October 12 (2020

The White Willow (TWW), India’s leading pillow brand, has recently launched a “Work from Home” range of pillows and cushions made with BASF’s polyurethane mold flexible foam, CosyPUR Visco (CosyPUR). This new range has been designed to help individuals maintain a comfortable working posture at home while providing strong support for all sleep positions.

CosyPUR enables a new series of TWW pillows to maintain a uniform shape after prolonged use. The material also allows higher air-permeability, elasticity, and longevity. Additionally, it does not contain any harmful chemicals. These qualities help enhance the sleeping and working experience of consumers.

“BASF is dedicated to developing high-performance polyurethane foams, such as CosyPUR, helping manufacturers like TWW to produce premium, quality pillows,” said Minli Zhao, Vice President of Consumer Industry, Performance Materials, BASF Asia Pacific.

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