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Loftex China towels bag 'Made in Green' Oeko-Tex label
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Oct '15
Loftex China Ltd is now able to mark their few selected towel products with the 'Made in Green' Oeko-Tex label.

“This means that these selected products have successfully passed a test for harmful substances in accordance with the Oeko-Tex Standard 100,” Oeko-Tex stated in a press release.

It added that the company also certified with STeP by Oeko-Tex, has demonstrated that these textiles are produced in an environmentally friendly and socially responsible manner.

According to the German textiles certifying company, since 2002, many high-quality towels have been certified in accordance with the Oeko-Tex Standard 100.

In 2014, Loftex China Ltd was one of the first companies in China to have their production facilities certified in accordance with STeP by Oeko-Tex.

Loftex China is a vertical and professional towel manufacturer and vendor, combining all processes from weaving, bleaching, printing, dyeing and finishing at five sites in China and employs 2,700 people.

Since its inception in 1980, the company has developed into one of the largest suppliers of towel products in the world and exports products to over 30 countries, including the US, Japan, Australia and several European countries.

“Walmart, Target, Macy's, J.C. Penney, Kohl's, Disney, Marks & Spencer, H&M, Asda, and Aldi are some of their top customers,” Oeko-Tex informed.

To offer their consumers an excellent product experience, Loftex relies on creative design and innovative manufacturing technologies.

Loftex president Wang Yanping stated, “Our goal is to manufacture green textiles and to achieve sustainable development.”

In addition, the company has also obtained certifications in accordance with ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, and BSCI, which were established from 1999 onwards.

The wholly owned water reservoirs and an efficient water treatment plant guarantee rational management of water, a resource that is intensively used in the manufacturing process.

Moreover, energy efficiency was increased by 23 per cent in recent years due to the use of the company's own power station, among other measures.

Furthermore, considerable investments have been made to modernise plants and buildings and to optimise production processes.

The latest weaving machines and pressure dryers ensure that the work protects the environment and the materials, while production waste is also recycled which helps to raise efficiency. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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