At the Bangladesh Denim Expo, the company will show its commitment to increasing productivity and efficiency in the country’s denim production industry with the best cost-per-garment indicator.
- This eco-efficient plant guarantees 85% savings in water usage, zero discharges, and zero contamination, thanks to the integration of the company’s technologies.
- It allows a new digital, automated, and sustainable production model that reduces time, and costs, simplify processes, and achieves perfect reproducibility “from lab to bulk”.
- In the “Clean up-Bright Future Ahead” seminar, the company will provide the key points on initiating the path towards circularity in the textile industry.
- Jeanologia celebrates 20 years in Bangladesh promoting the socioeconomic development of the country through a complete transformation of its textile industry.
Jeanologia, the leading Spanish company in the development of eco-efficient technologies, steers the Bangladeshi textile industry towards total sustainability and competitiveness at the Bangladesh Denim Expo with Laundry5.Zero, the jeans finishing plant that guarantees ZERØ contamination. (Booth 33)
During the event being held from November 15th to 16th in Dhaka, the company will show its commitment to increasing productivity and efficiency in the country’s denim production, with the best cost-per-garment indicators, both environmentally and financially.
Manuj Kanchan, Area Manager of Jeanologia in Asia, highlighted Jeanologia’s commitment to turning the Bangladeshi textile industry into one of the most advanced and cleanest on the planet.
“Bangladesh has great potential and can become the world’s denim-producing powerhouse. For 20 years at Jeanologia, we have been promoting the development of its textile industry with comprehensive technologies and innovative processes that provide greater efficiency, sustainability and competitiveness. Technologies that allow us to face the challenges of the future, reducing costs as well as the country’s water and environmental footprint” – Manuj Kanchan underlined.
In his opinion, water will be the main cost factor shortly. For this reason, he pointed out the importance of converting denim production centers into eco-efficient plants, and that Bangladesh join Jeanologia’s MissionZero to eliminate water use and dumping completely from the global production of jeans.
In this sense, he highlighted Laundry5.Zero is key to achieving these goals since it guarantees 85% savings in water usage, zero discharges, and zero contamination, thanks to the perfect integration of Jeanologia technologies.
With a sustainable production capacity of between 5,000 and 25,000 garments per day, this garment-finishing plant will enable a new digital, automated, and environmentally-friendly production model that reduces time and costs and simplifies processes. And all without compromising the product’s authenticity while adapting to the market’s new needs.
In this sense, he highlighted the “Engineering Center” in this new production model as “the brain of new digital production”.
This high-tech center is constituted as a fully digitized laboratory that accompanies the textile industry in its digital transformation and in its conversion process towards sustainability. It is capable of simplifying and streamlining workflow, developing digital samples and physical garments, and guaranteeing that the same results produced at the laboratory can level up to mass production for perfect reproducibility, i.e. “from lab to bulk.”
“Clean Up-Bright Future Ahead” Seminar
On November 16th at 2:30 PM, the Area Manager of Jeanologia in Asia will give a conference titled “Clean Up-Bright Future Ahead” where he will give insight into the key points behind starting on the path towards circularity in the textile industry.
20 years with the textile industry in Bangladesh
Jeanologia will celebrate its 20th anniversary in Bangladesh this year. During this time, the company has contributed to the socioeconomic development of the country by supporting its textile industry throughout its total transformation both in sustainability and efficiency, positioning it as one of the most advanced and sustainable in the world.
The company works closely with the country’s leading jeans manufacturers through its commercial office in Bangladesh. Facilities that serve as a base for over 20 employees, and from which Jeanologia provides advisory services and disruptive technology, as well as comprehensive technical service, support, and training, to promote cost reduction, sustainability, and productivity in the Bangladeshi textile industry.
Jeanologia currently has 10 subsidiaries and exports its products and services to 72 countries on five continents. More than 35% of the 5 billion jeans produced worldwide each year are made with its technologies, and it has become a trusted partner of the market’s main brands.