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Oeko-Tex Pavilion returns to Intertextile Shanghai
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Oct '16
The 'All About Sustainability' zone will see the return of the Oeko-Tex Pavilion to the upcoming Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics – Autumn Edition 2016 which takes place from October 11–13, 2016. Side by side, the size of the 'All About Sustainability' zone too has increased by 10 per cent as against in the previous edition of the show.

Recently, Oeko-Tex launched a new certification system 'Sustainable Textile Production (STeP)' for brands, retailers and manufacturers, who want to communicate their path to more sustainable production conditions in a transparent manner.

To highlight this new certification as well as the 'Made in Green by Oeko-Tex' textile label, a new concept area 'Made in Green / STeP by Oeko-Tex shop' will feature nine companies.

These companies include, Esquel, Jiedong Paris Thread, Shenghong Group, Loftex, Tianjin Tiange, Zhejiang Huafu, Lutai, Lufeng and Calida, who will display their sustainable manufacturing achievements.

Additionally, 10 Oeko-Tex certified companies from China, Hong Kong and Malaysia will exhibit several sustainable fabrics and accessories. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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