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Jeanologia to exhibit latest products at DTG textile fair
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Feb '14
The 85% of laser processes for garment finishing in Bangladesh are developed by Jeanologia’s technology. Leading manufacturers and brands such as Inditex, H & M, Gap, Levi's, Uniqlo, Wrangler and Lee, among others, use these technologies for their garment finishing.
 
This Spanish company, which is known for being a global leader in sustainable technologies for the textile industry and has recently been honored with the WGSN Global Fashion Award for the best sustainable design team in the world, will show the latest products in the DTG textile fair (Dhaka Int 'l Textile & Garment Machinery Exhibition).
 
During the 11th edition of the event which takes place from 12 to 15 February in Dhaka, Jeanologia will exhibit the 3e Flexi Laser technology doing demos by both working in Table and Mannequin. 
 
Specifically, this textile laser reproduces jeans wear and tear avoiding the use of harmful techniques that could damage health of the workers, also by the laser is possible to increase designs range and textures, enabling a perfect garment reproducibility while allowing saves of energy, water, chemicals and time during manufacturing process.
 
The Flexi 3e is designed to offer maximum flexibility in production, also offers unlimited possibilities for its versatility in marking clothes both in table and mannequin, always adapting to production needs.
 
This machine includes a rotating head that allows to work both horizontally and vertically as it has fixed table or mannequin. It is perfect for all kinds of garments: from jeans, to skirts, shorts, shirts, jackets and even accessories.
 
Also during the fair some live demonstrations will be held at Jeanologia booth, Hall 13, nr.1307 where fast and efficient designs made in Bangladesh are exposed.
 
Bangladesh: the country with the world's largest textile production
In reference to the importance of Bangladesh in the textile market, President of Jeanologia, Enrique Silla has said that "Bangladesh is one of the leading textile manufacturing countries with about 44,000 factories, making it the country with the largest textile production the world.”
 
For over 20 years, Jeanologia is present in Bangladesh, where it has located an office, technical service and Demo Center in Dhaka which was launched in 2013.
 
The President has highlighted that: “Jeanologia considers Bangladesh as a very important market and has always wanted to be close to their customers, offering the best service, understanding market needs and creating a center to be trained in friendly technologies to health of the operators and respectful to environment. "
 

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