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Jeanologia to show sustainability at Bangladesh Denim expo
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May '17
Jeanologia, a leader in sustainable and efficient technologies for the textile finishing industry, is participating in the Bangladesh Denim Expo in Dhaka, on May 17 and 18, 2017, and is set to promote sustainable technology to increase the competitiveness of the production centres in Bangladesh’s textile industry by automating garment finishing processes.

The Spanish company’s innovative solutions are able to increase the productive capacity of the laundries, reduce the time-to- market and offer an innovative, creative, and ecological product.

Jeanologia has been present in Bangladesh for 10 years and has become an expert technology partner of the main production centres. Its global solutions, based on clean technologies, are able to increase the efficiency and the automation of finishing processes without harming the creativity and obtaining the added value of the sustainability for the garments.

Bangladesh ranks second in the world, behind China, in jeans production. Jeanologia’s goal has been to support the Bengali textile industry in its aim to become the world’s leading power; accompanying it in its needed transformation towards automation, efficiency, decontamination, and sustainable use of water in the process of textile finishing.

Jordi Juani, division director of the Spanish firm said, “Jeanologia has not only managed to reduce time-to-market, it also allows savings of up to 95 per cent of water and 90 per cent of chemicals-use in the finishing processes of jeans with the revolutionary process ‘One glass one garment’”.

The company has recently opened a new office in Dhaka and has set the challenge of transforming Bangladesh’s production centres into Eco Laundries, integrating all technologies; laser, ozone and nano-bubbles.

Jeanologia has started a revolution in the textile industry in Bangladesh by being able to replace dangerous techniques such as manual scraping and the spraying of potassium permanganate, with laser solutions. Likewise, it has been able to increase the efficiency in the wash centres by reducing up to 80 per cent the consumption of water and chemical products.

Currently, more than 50 of the most important factories in Bangladesh already work with the Spanish technology, which represents more than 80 per cent of the market of laser and ozone technology. The implementation of this machinery in the laundries is saving thousands of lives, and millions of litres of water every year. Jeanologia’s investment in innovation focuses its efforts on increasing these achievements. (GK)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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