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Jeanologia reinforces its MissionZero, moving towards the total dehydration and detoxification of jeans

At Bangladesh Denim Expo the company will strengthen its commitment to the Bangladesh textile industry supporting it on its way to producing with Zero water and Zero discharge

World leaders in sustainable and efficient technology development, will reinforce its MissionZero at Bangladesh Denim Expo, moving towards the total dehydration and detoxification of jeans, says a recent press release.

Jeanologia MissionZero @ Bangladesh Denim Expo
Figure: Jeanologia will strengthen its commitment to the Bangladesh textile industry, supporting it on its way towards production with Zero water and Zero discharge.

In doing so, Jeanologia will strengthen its commitment to the Bangladesh textile industry, supporting it on its way towards production with Zero water and Zero discharge.

Jeanologia will show how with its new sourcing model it is possible to produce what sells instead of selling what is produced, adapting to new market needs.  Emphasizing the need for the country’s companies to continue transforming the jean industry allowing for the continued development of Bangladesh.

This sourcing model combines the company’s hardware and software, connecting all of its technology to achieve a production that is 100% ecological and respectful of workers’ health. It is based on transparency, digitalization and sustainability and shows a new agile and efficient way of producing.

This innovative process also reduces to its maximum the use of water and chemicals, allowing for big savings and eliminating discharge; helping companies to reduce their environmental footprint.

As Jordi Juani, the Asia Division Director at Jeanologia explains “the Bangladesh textile industry has already started its transformation to sustainable production and now is the moment to consolidate it. To aid them, we have made available our technologies and we have a local team of 20 people”.

Transforming denim to keep transforming Bangladesh. Our responsibility

The Asia Division Director, Jordi Juani, will participate in the seminar at the Bangladesh Denim Expo, giving the talk: “Transforming denim to keep transforming Bangladesh. Our responsibility” Tuesday, November 5, at 4:15 pm.

“The Bangladesh textile industry has already started its transformation to sustainable production and now is the moment to consolidate it. To aid them, we have made available our technologies and we have a local team of 20 people.”

Jordi Juani, the Asia Division Director at Jeanologia

Furthermore, he has explained that “now is when companies have to make this change moving towards sustainability and consolidate the digital transformation that has already started, leaving behind the transition period when both traditional and technological models co-exist. The companies that don’t make the change will run the risk of being squeezed out of the market”.

15 years together with the Bangladeshi textile industry

Jeanologia has been present in Bangladesh for over 15 years; supporting the country’s industry, providing advisory services and leading-edge technology to improve efficiency and finishes. To achieve this, it has worked shoulder-to-shoulder with the main jean producers, having as guide principle respect for workers and the environment.

The company has a local team of more than 20 people delivering general technical services, support and training for the Bangladeshi textile industry. Working day after day to make reality the objective of turning the Bangladeshi textile industry into one of the most advanced and clean of the planet.

The Spanish company currently has clients in 5 continents.  The export of its machines and services represents 90% of its total billing, reaching 61 countries. The biggest market brands place their trust in Jeanologia, using technology developed by the company.

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