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Hi-Tech Printing emphasizes on organic fabric labels usage
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Jun '14
More than half of consumers believe the demand for eco-friendly apparel will continue to grow. The challenge for eco-friendly manufacturers is to ensure that every piece of a clothing line is green – down to the finest details including fabric labels. Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc. believes in the potential of organic fabric labels and has bolstered its ability to affordably provide eco-friendly garment labels. The Los Angeles-based company also reminds garment manufacturers that organic cotton labels, woven labels or other add-ons to clothing lines lead to added value for consumers.
 
With this element in mind, Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc. has established free quotes so clothing manufacturers are clear about costs up front. Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling performs its manufacturing in-house, reducing expenses and environmental impact. With 25 years in operation, Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling is an efficient, effective and affordable fabric label maker.
 
Less than a quarter of consumers think the eco-friendly apparel demand will fade, according to a survey by Statista.com. The rest (including the half believing the market will increase) feel the market for environmentally clean clothing production will at least remain where it is today. That means the vast majority of clothing purchasers indicate eco-friendly garments are here to stay. Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc. cautions consumers that while many companies assert themselves as "green manufacturers" or eco-friendly, it's wise to take a close look to confirm claims.
 
Companies can easily neglect or overlook one or more elements of the production process, including impacts to the environment when importing needed materials. Overall, organic material does not involve the use of chemicals or genetically modified seeds. This requirement alone requires diligent oversight by Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling of all facets of production in order to ensure wholly eco-friendly products. The impact of fewer chemicals in our clothing means less impact on the environment by accident or through the disposal process.
 
While most manufacturers may assume they must absorb new costs associated with eco-friendly production, Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling advises that offering green clothing lines can add value to the product. A company being environmentally aware improves its standing with the public, and establishes strong public relations and marketing positions. Additionally, clothing made more naturally and with less chemical contact often lasts longer.
 
Consumers will likely continue to favor eco-friendly clothing product for the foreseeable future, and companies with already established organic lines will be better positioned in the marketplace, and will have more experience with organic-centric production practices which should further reduce costs down the road.
 
About Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc.
Most everyone wants to live a green, eco-conscious life, but the quest for profits at all costs leads many businesses to fail to live up to the standards of sustainability. By choosing to do business with Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc., you can provide your customers with organic tags, labels and stickers while also benefiting from their commitment to competitive pricing and top-quality service.
 

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