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Oeko-Tex hosts Pavilion at Intertextile Shanghai
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Nov '16
The recently concluded Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics trade show in China, featured the Oeko-Tex by Testex Pavilion in the All About Sustainability zone, located in Hall 5.2. 10 Oeko-Tex certified companies and customers of Testex showed fabrics made of natural as well as manmade fibres and also functional fabrics and garment accessories.

According to Testex, all 10 companies are Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex certified, of which Malaysian Penfabric, a Toray Group company, was the only STeP certified company.

Additionally, semi-finished products of these companies were labelled Made in Green by Oeko-Tex, while a special area dedicated to Made In Green & STeP by Oeko-Tex, showcased achievements in sustainable manufacturing processes covered by STeP.

Swiss company Calida highlighted a Made in Green labelled children's sleepwear collection, while the first-ever Made in Green labelled towels were shown by Loftex.

Seven STeP by Oeko-Tex certified Chinese companies like Esquel, Shenghong Group, Tianjin Tiange, Shandong Lutai, Shandong Lufeng, Huafu and Jiedong Paris Thread also exhibited their textile products and accessories in the special zone. (AR)

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