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TV TecStyle Visions has sustainability as main agenda

Feb '20
Pic: TV Tec Style Vision
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TV TecStyle Visions, to be held from January 30 to February 1, 2020, will have sustainability as its main agenda with its “fair eco bio” special zone giving the visitors an opportunity to learn about the production, trade and decoration of sustainable textiles, all in one place. Sustainability has been the focus of TV TecStyle Visions since 2014.

The “fair eco bio” special zone will have HRM, Mantis World and Neutral as its main attraction, which are showcasing themselves for the fourth edition of this trade fair.

The organisers of TV TecStyle Visions are also running the official Expo 4.0 giveaway under the banner of sustainability. All visitors receive an organic Fairtrade cotton bag from Neutral. The bag features certification including the EU Ecolabel and the official Fairtrade Mark for cotton.

Since 2008, the production operations of Danish company Neutral, which take place in India, have been fully sustainable. Neutral has virtual reality headsets which gives visitors the opportunity to visit a cotton field in India and watch pickers as they work in real time.

Mantis World is demonstrating that large-scale commercial production can be ethical and sustainable. The British company was founded in 2000 and in 2018 became one of the first signatories to the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action launched by the United Nations. The idea behind this is that every t-shirt purchase can make a difference. Mantis World's new "Essential Organic Ts" come with a QR code on the care label. This informs the customer of the positive impact that purchasing an environmentally friendly piece of clothing will have.

Stuttgart-based company HRM Textil is aligned with the social initiative it founded called "Fair4All". This measure guarantees fair working conditions throughout every step of the process – from raw materials through to sales. As part of the initiative, HRM Textil donates to an orphanage in Bangladesh with every item of clothing sold.

Trade visitors can have a fairly produced piece of clothing printed at the fair•eco•bio stand. Borchert + Moller, based in Baden-Württemberg, provides the technology and the accessories, which are also sustainable.

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