ITMA Asia + CITME 2016 Exhibitor Preview: Jeanologia

SHANGHAI — October 18, 2016 — Jeanologia launches at ITMA ASIA the Laser Pro, which increases the speed of the laser up to 30 percent and the production capacity of Jeans. The Spanish company, leader in the development of integral and sustainable solutions for the finishing of denim, presents its new generation of laser at the most important international trade fair of textile machinery in the sector that allows the automation processes and the reduction of costs of manufacturing.

Jeanologia is committed to the technological transformation of China to remain the first world power in the production of jeans. Efficiency, innovation, speed and ecology are the four pillars on which this technological leap must be based if it wants to avoid relocation to countries where labor is cheaper.

Jeanologia PRO technology enables you to increase the productive capacity of the Jean industry and optimization of costs. This new generation of laser is the most rapid, reliable and accurate on the market. It multiplies the possibilities of design and creativity and allows precise control of real-time production of machines and the reduction of water consumption, energy and chemicals.

In ITMA, the Spanish company also presents the new Dummy Pro. At the moment you can already work with all fits of the market from very small sizes up to very large and it has automatic download, reducing handling and transition times.

The live demonstrations of the Flexi Pro, the machinery that incorporates the laser, which increases its speed to 30% and obtained an increase of industrial productivity, will take place at booth B01 H5 for visitors.

“In China the production costs have become more expensive as more competitors in Southeast Asia are coming out. The technology of Jeanologia is the opportunity for an industry model change. If before it was in the hands of cheap labor, now technology must be bet on to increase productivity and lower costs”, said Borja Trenor, Director for Asia Pacific Division.

“Chinese companies that want to survive the current economic situation have to introduce technology that enables them to automate production and reduce consumption of energy, water and chemicals at the same time that is respectful to the environment. Those that do not will not survive”, says Borja Trenor.

Jeanologia, a reference in the textile market of China

Jeanologia is present in China for more than 10 years and is a technological partner of important brands in the country that have already begun the transformation and that have already adopted the three Spanish company’s sustainable technologies: laser, the ozone and the nanobubbles E-Flow.

Jeanologia’s challenge is to transform the Chinese jeans wear market and get sustainability and technology to be part of their DNA.

Today, 5% of the jeans produced in China are made with Jeanologia technology, both for the export of global brands such as GAP, American Eagle, H & M, Uniqlo, Levi’s, Primark, Lee, Wrangler, or G-Star among others, as for companies of the national like Jack & Jones China, Meters Bonwe, or Peace Bird market.

Since 1993 its mission has been to improve the industry of textile finishing through its technology and know-how. Their laser, G2 ozone and e-flow systems have revolutionized the textile industry offering endless possibilities of design and finishing on clothes while saving water, energy and chemicals, eliminate waste and harmful emissions.

The Spanish company currently has clients on 5 continents and the export of machines and services represent 90% of its turnover, internationalizing its products to 50 countries including: USA, Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Germany, Italy, Portugal, India, China, Russia, Japan, Morocco, Bangladesh, Turkey, Tunisia and Viet Nam.

The market leading brands such as Levi’s, Polo Jeans, Abercrombie & Fitch, Edwin Japan, Pepe Jeans, Diesel, Hilfiger Denim, Salsa jeans, Jack & Jones, Replay and other large retailers as GAP, Uniqlo and H & M, among others, rely on Jeanologia, using the technology developed by the company.

Posted October 24, 2016

Source: Jeanologia