At Emitex 2023 we want to invite you to think about sustainability and circular production.
That is why we offer you a tour through the exhibitors who have sustainable practices divided into:
Manufacture of products
CHARGEURS PCC | Booth 3I – 15
Chargeurs PCC Argentina is an Argentine textile company dedicated to the production of interlinings and accessories for clothing. Within a wide range of interlinings, it launches its new sustainable products at Emitex: Zero Water Collection: a new range of ultralight woven internal components. The Zero Water Collection is sustainable, with zero water wasted, and it is available in 18 colors and Sustainable 360.
CLADD | BOOTH 3H 22 – 32
Cladd is a member of A.R.A (Argentine Responsible Cotton), which indicates a commitment to the ethical production and trade of cotton in Argentina. It has new equipment to collect and classify textile waste, which after going through the process is transformed into recycled textile fibers that will be used in the prouduction of new items. On the other hand, it acquired a machine with Ozone treatment for continuous fabrics and Sustainable Washing in denim.
CREORA | BOOTH 6G-28
Products Introduced with sustainable commitment, based on the commitment to develop spandex on its own, creora® has continued innovating with new products to lead the global spandex fiber industry. The aim of creora® is to offer the best quality, the best services and value worldwide, and it is reflected in all aspects of its corporate culture, as well as in the phases of the product cycle, such as R&D, production, sales, marketing, and technical service.
FIBRANSUR | BOOTH 2E – 26
Fibran Sur provides recycled fibers for the production of cleaning items and spare parts, as well as its own yarn for the manufacture of fabrics. FIBRANSUR currently has three industrial plants and two large product lines, CLEAN and HOME; in addition to the spinning sector that supplies its own yarn for the manufacture of fabrics with which high-quality dishtowels and towels are produced.
INTA Industria Textil Argentina S.A. | BOOTH 2G-40
Launch of our line of fabrics with Natural Dyes. The use of dyes based on tannic plant extracts obtained from species from the Center and North of our country such as Quebracho, Palo Amarillo, Tara, and Vinal allows them to achieve a range that goes from sand and ocher to dry green colors. Its commitment as a company is to continue innovating in terms of dyes, fibers, and processes that take care of the community and the environment.
PROYECTO SEDA | STAND 2E-63
The Sericulture Support Fund of Proyecto Seda is one of the fundamental actions of Proyecto Seda to strenghten and add value to the sericulture chain. It is a financial support fund that aims to promote and encourage the inclusion of good practices in sericulture production, as a way to improve income, social inclusion and the creation of genuine sources of work.
SUBLIONE | BOOTH 3H -74
Sublimation + Sustainable: Sublione uses only low grammage papers for its productions. This is a reduction of more than 50 % compared to the papers normally used in the national industry, which usually have 80-90 grams. In addition, it uses OEKOTEX inks that have sustainable manufacturing processes. Regarding printing, it has been working in the digital process for 3 years, being the only one and a pioneer in Industrial Digital Screen Printing; this method developed in Asia sought to stop using PLASTISOL inks to take high definition photographs due to its high contamination and content of phthalates.
TN PLATEX | BOOTH 2F – 29
Within the wide range of Tn & Platex products, we find Eco-sustainable Yarns By adopting the circular economy since 1980, sustainable yarns are manufactured from the waste generated in clothing, taking scraps, creating colored yarns without the need to re-dye, reducing the environmental impact of the textile industry and giving value from the waste with the clear aim of continuously increasing the contribution not only to the economy, but also to society and the environment.
EQUIPMEN AND SOLUTIONS
AUDAD | BOOTH 2C-41
FK Group is a brand represented exclusively by Audad in our country and in others in Latin America. Environmental protection is a central goal for FK Group, which offers its customers the best technologies to protect nature and save energy. FK Group considers the sustainability of its products, along with high yields, a fundamental aspect for success.
MAXPRINT | BOOTH 1D-68
MAXprint offers low grammage papers from 22 grams to 40 grams. Thus, promoting less impact on the industry. In addition, it adds more competitive technologies such as DTG or direct printing, which gradually begins to replace everything that the screen printing industry does in terms of screen washing, paint waste, water pollution in screen washing and waste. Its technology with an increasingly ecological trend is gaining market, climbing in competitiveness due to its greater demand for products and supplies, thus managing to reduce the environmental impact in the years to come. Customers who adopt this trend and transform first will benefit.
STAMP & GO | BOOTH 3G-60
Updating and bringing disused Cutting Robots back to life contributes to the circular economy by extending forever the useful life of them. New national development technology, patented and unique worldwide, allows updating and giving a new life to any cutting robot, whether it is working or not. A system currently exported to the United States, Mexico, Spain, Italy, Colombia, Brazil, and Central America.