At ITMA Shanghai, the Jeanologia to introduce a new sourcing model based on automatization, sustainability, digitalization, on demand manufacturing, and operational cost reduction
- China is ready to go to next level consolidating itself as a key player on a global scale
- Jeanologia creates the perfect setting to turn the Chinese market into the most competitive and efficient, increasing its productivity and offering a totally sustainable product
At ITMA Shanghai, Jeanologia, world leaders in sustainable and eco efficient technology development, will introduce its new operational model reinforcing its commitment to the Chinese textile industry accompanying it to achieve the total revolution of the manufacturing process.
The model is focused on automatization, sustainability, digitalization, on demand manufacturing, and operational cost reduction, it integrates all the technologies of the company bringing a set of technological solutions, to reach an automated production that reduces operational costs and environmental impact.
15 years ago, introducing its technology, Jeanologia started the biggest transformation that the Chinese denim industry had ever seen. But this was only the beginning. The industry still had deficiencies and continues to use archaic and polluting production methods.
Now, with implementation of Jeanologia transformational technologies G2 Dynamic, laser, G2 Ozone, e-Flow, Smart Boxes, Color Box, H2Zero, and their end-to-end digital solutions is possible to connect fabric, design and finishing changing the way jeans are produced and made improving manufacturing costs and significantly reducing the time to market.
As Danny Zheng, Jeanologia Area Manager in China, has highlighted, “China is ready to accelerate its transformation and we are ready to lead it.” For years, they have dominated the global textile industry as a key player on a global scale, he noted, “now is time to move to the next level where automation, digitization and sustainability, all together, consolidate it as a world power.”
It is time to move from fast fashion to accurate fashion, to produce what we need instead of selling what we produce, helping the Chinese industry to produce with zero waste without compromising product authenticity or increasing costs and adapting to the new market needs, overcoming these challenges that are so important to its future”, has added.
Handman, a step further
At ITMA Shanghai, the company will introduce also Handman, a new solution that, through the combination of its eco technologies, makes sustainable production scalable marking the beginning of a completely automated new era.
Handman is the future of Jeans manufacturing, that will help China to accelerate their transformation on manufacturing and supply chain, consolidating itself as a key player on a global scale and creating the perfect setting to turn the Chinese market into the most competitive and efficient, increasing its productivity and offering a totally sustainable product.
The technology is equipped by two lasers and a robot cabinet. A human and a robot work together to produce with scalability, agility, sustainability, and efficiency. Two humans working with two robots and two lasers can produce 10,000 vintage jeans in 24 hours without discharge.
A strong position in the China market
Jeanologia has been present in China for more than 15 years and is the technological partner for the main brands in the country that have started their transformation to sustainability.
Currently 10% of jeans production in China is done using the company’s technology, either for exports of global brands like GAP, American Eagle, H&M, Uniqlo, Levi’s, Primark, Lee, Wrangler or G-Star among others; or for companies operating within the national market like Jack & Jones China, Meters Bonwe, or PeaceBird.
Today, more than 100 customers in the country market place their confidence in Jeanologia using technology developed by the company, and the number of machines has steadily increased in the last years with more than 400 equipment installed and operating in different parts of the country.
It should be noted that last year the company opened an innovative Hub in Hong Kong, for consolidate its internationalization process and be closer to clients offering them the best service.
The Spanish company mission has been to create an ethical, sustainable, and eco-efficient industry through their disruptive technology and know-how. Their laser, G2 ozone, e-flow, Smart Boxes, Colorbox and H2Zero, have revolutionized the textile industry. They offer infinite design and garment finishing possibilities, while saving water, energy, and chemicals, eliminating discharge and toxic emissions.