Spanish eco-technology pioneer, Jeanologia, is showcasing its cutting-edge advancements at ITMA Asia 2023, held at the Shanghai National Convention and Exhibition Center from November 19 to 23. Positioned at stand H6A11, the company is unveiling disruptive technologies set to revolutionize the Chinese textile industry, emphasizing efficiency and sustainability.
At the forefront of these innovations is the ability to produce vintage-style garments without water consumption, waste minimization, and zero discharges. Leveraging digitalization and hyper-automation, Jeanologia aims to propel the Chinese textile industry into a new era of eco-efficiency.
Jean-Pierre Inchauspe, Business Director at Jeanologia Asia, notes the company's 18-year commitment to supporting the Chinese textile industry in its journey toward digitalization and sustainability while concurrently reducing costs. The introduction of the Jeanologia Hub in Hong Kong in 2020 has furthered collaboration, enhancing the industry's competitiveness.
Inchauspe announces a pivotal shift with the incorporation of air-led technologies, marking a new phase for the Chinese textile industry. Embracing a circular approach, the innovations promise an eco-efficient, digital, and automated production process.
Among the featured technologies is the atmospheric washing process using G2 ozone technology, achieving garment aging with minimal water usage and eliminating chemical or pumice stone use. The Flash system, a novel laser technology, stands out for its dynamic energy control, enabling faster garment marking with unparalleled efficiency.
Jeanologia's Colorbox technology for garment dyeing is also highlighted for its eco-friendly approach, significantly reducing water, chemicals, energy, and salt usage compared to traditional methods.
With over 15 years of collaboration with the Chinese textile industry, Jeanologia solidifies its position as a technological partner, boasting over 100 clients, 300 installed pieces of equipment, and contributing to 10% of jeans production in China. The company's local teams continue to support the industry, driving sustainability and efficiency benchmarks.