The company recently winner of the WGSN Global Fashion Award for best sustainable design team in the world, will participate from 21 to 23 January in Colombiatex and on 21 and 22 January at the fashion show Première Vision Brazil where it will present their latest sustainable technologies for garment finishing.
In particular, during the Colombiatex exhibition, it will show the Flexi HS laser technology, eco-washing G2, E-soft and E-mark software.
Also during the event, a Jeanologia designer will work with Colombian designers using the software E-Mark for getting the highest returns on their productions. Also, designers will be able to make their own samples with the latest designs and techniques of Jeanologia.
Also, on January 21st at 3.00 pm on Jeanologia booth (booth 170, Cultural Plaza) a special show for media will be held: there the performance of these advanced technologies developed by the Spanish company will be on show.
The same day, but at 17.30, Mr. Jesús Blay, Area Manager of Jeanologia, will do an speech about sustainability and development at Comisiones nº 5 hall.
Moreover, during the celebration of the show Premiere Vision Brazil, Jeanologia will exhibit the E-Mark software, the only software developed exclusively for Apparel Design Laser, which is intended for more efficient production, also allowing the creation and improvement of designs on jeans.
It is a user friendly software, fast to design and multilingual, also has a constantly updated database, artificial vision control, design preview, production time estimation and analysis of remote control. This achieves to optimize productivity and minimize production errors.
Leader of sustainable finishing garment technologies for South American market
Enrique Silla, President of Jeanologia said that "both Colombian and Brazilian market are aware of the problems being experienced by the textile industry and they have become aware of the environment and the health of workers."
In this regard, he stated that "these markets have understood the technology and now is when they are prepared to go a step further getting the highest returns of productions, by performing in a sustainable, efficient and automated way, while caring for the final look of the garment. "
Also, regarding the potential of these two markets, Silla added that “95% of garment finishing processes using laser and ecological techniques in the Colombian market are developed by our technology, while in Brazil is 70 %".
The President of Jeanologia highlighted that the leading brands in the Brazilian market such as Calvin Klein, John John, Colcci, Forum, Carmin, Damyller, Lança Perfume, Morena Rosa, Osmoze Stream Zara, Renner C & A, Marisa, and Oppnus Sawary or Colombian such as Army, Be Kool, Pronto, Studio F, Kenzo, Willdy, Atmosfere, Supreme, CI Jeans, Chevignon, Tennis or Americanio among others, already use these sustainable technologies developed by Jeanologia.
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