15% of clothing produced is never sold. Integrating its technologies, Jeanologia promotes a innovative production model close to the consumer to produce what sells instead of selling what is produced through digitalization, sustainability, and automation. At the Texprocess in Frankfurt/Germany from June 21-24, 2022, the company presented its new operative model to produce on demand with zero discharge.
Jeanologia, Paterna/Spain, has developed Urban Factory, a new digital finishing plant, interconnected and automated that integrates all its technologies for garment finishing. Based on a production that is totally sustainable and with zero discharge, it responds quickly to consumer demands with an agile and digital production that does not pollute and saves costs.
Digitalization is the key to achieving the transformation of the industry making it more competitive, productive, and sustainable. The latest generation software by Jeanologia, eDesginer, makes it possible to produce virtually and with infinite creative possibilities in a few minutes, simplifying the design process and reducing samples by 80%. The objective of eDesginer is to make jean design fast, intuitive, and creative as well as standardizing formats and communication. By doing this production is streamlined and time-to-market is sped up because a design can become a sample and be approved in very little time.
»If it isn’t measured, it can’t be improved.«
At Texprocess, the company showed new features of eDesigner for improving production. The EIM (Environmental Impact Measuring) software, developed by Jeanologia and is available to the whole industry to create more sustainable processes that are efficient and financially feasible. The tool makes it possible to measure the environmental impact of garment finishing processes in terms of water, energy and chemical consumption as well as workers’ health, aiding the industry towards its total sustainability.