Jeanologia of Spain, the world leader in sustainable development of technologies for garment finishing, has now strongly positioned itself in the South American market. After bagging the WGSN Global Fashion Award for best sustainable design team in the world, the company participated in Colombiatex held on January 21 and 22 and also in the Première Vision Brazil, where it presented its latest technologies.
At Colombiatex, the company displayed the Flexi HS laser technology, eco-washing G2, E-soft and E-Mark software. Jeanologia designer worked with Colombian designers using the software E-Mark for getting the highest returns on their production.
At the Premiere Vision Brazil, Jeanologia exhibited the E-Mark software developed exclusively for the apparel design laser intended for more efficient production, allowing creation and improvement of designs on jeans. This is a user-friendly software, fast to design and multilingual. It has also a constantly updated database, artificial vision control, design preview, production time estimation and analysis of remote control. It helps optimize productivity and minimize production errors.
Leading brands in the Brazilian market such as Calvin Klein, John John, Colcci, Forum, Carmin, Damyller, Lança Perfume, Morena Rosa, Osmoze Stream Zara, Renner C & A, Marisa and Oppnus Sawary and Colombian brands such as Army, Be Kool, Pronto, Studio F, Kenzo, Willdy, Atmosfere, Supreme, CI Jeans, Chevignon and Tennis have installed sustainable technologies developed by Jeanologia.
Over last two decades, Jeanologia has been developing ecological textile technologies such as textile laser, oxygen and ozone garments washing and garment softening by nano bubbles. Jeanologia products and solutions are currently being used in more than 45 countries, including México, Colombia, Brazil, USA, Germany, Italy, Portugal, India, China, Russia, Japan, Morocco and Bangladesh. Major brands such as Levi’s, Polo Jeans, Abercrombie & Fitch, Edwin Japan, Pepe Jeans, Diesel, Hilfiger Denim, Salsa Jeans, and other large retailers such as GAP, Uniqlo, Zara, use techniques and technologies developed by Jeanologia.