Jeanologia, the Spanish company leader in developing eco-efficient technology, is presenting the sourcing model of the future at ITMA 2019, in stand H2 C312. This innovative production process marks the beginning of a new era in the textile industry. The leading textile and garment technology exhibition is being held from June 20-26, 2019, at Barcelona.
The operational model delivers five fundamental benefits to the textile industry: it is eco-efficient, cost neutral, scalable, agile and digital; connecting design, production and consumer. Combining the company’s hardware and software, it connects all its technology to achieve a production that is 100 per cent ecological without compromising product authenticity and adapting to the new market needs, according to Jeanologia.
The new sourcing model developed at Jeanologia is completely eco-efficient as it has taken environmental impact into account throughout the product development. It is easily scalable. By being fully connected, it is possible to design and produce with zero environmental impact in any location in the world. It is agile. By simplifying processes, it changes how things are produced, making it easier to adjust supply and demand, revolutionising production. It is cost neutral. For the same price, one can get a better and more sustainable product, as well as recovering the investment.
It is digital. Moving from an analogic to a digital model, it creates a true revolution in the textile world. The connectivity makes it possible for all stages in the supply chain to work together using the same standards regardless of geographic location.
At ITMA, Jeanologia will exhibit the first complete production centre that includes all of its technologies and disruptive solutions, from fabric to garment finishing. Laundry 5.Zero is the first garment finishing plant that guarantees zero pollution and achieves a saving of 85 per cent in water. This operational centre produces sustainably on an industrial scale by efficiently combining the technologies Laser, G2 ozone, e-Flow, Smart Boxes and the first water recycling system H2Zero; eliminating all the processes that are harmful for workers and the environment.