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Yesim introduces environment-friendly brands
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Mar '10
Yesim Tekstil has patented its Yesim Recycle and Yesim Organic product brands, the first brand being used for products manufactured from recyclable cotton fabric and the second for products manufactured using yarn produced from organic cotton. By manufacturing environment-friendly products, the company with its environment-friendly brands aims to become a leader in the industry.

One of the first companies in Turkey to manufacture recyclable cotton fabrics, Yesim Tekstil has patented its environment-friendly recyclable and organic fabrics manufactured under the name “e-fabric”. Upon the successful finalization of the application filed by the company last year, the brands “Yesim Recycle” and “Yesim Organic” have been officially registered as owned by Yesim Tekstil starting from 2010.

Having sped-up its efforts aimed at manufacturing environment-friendly fabrics, an activity that has been going on for around ten years already, the company has expanded its portfolio of environment-friendly products for a green world and sustainable living by manufacturing leather-resembling fabrics a few months ago in addition to its recyclable fabrics and fabrics manufactured from organic cotton and bamboo.

Highlighting the company's efforts to protect the nature and environment at each stage of the manufacturing process, Yesim Tekstil CEO Senol Sankaya said that the company's environment-friendly efforts were conducted in scope of the new global “Green Factory” movement. Pointing out the company's efforts to include recyclable products in their production range in addition to organic items, Sankaya said that this was the reason behind the creation by the company of “Yesim Recycle” and “Yesim Organic” brands.

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