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Tintex To Show Sustainable Hybrid Jersey Fabrics At Munich Fabric Start

Image Courtesy of Tintex

Image Courtesy of Tintex

TINTEX is an industrial company based in the Porto region since 1998, now with a workforce of more than 120 skilled staff eager to continually produce market savvy fabrics for designer and brand customers worldwide will be at Munich Fabric Start from 3rd to the 5th Sepetmber.

TINTEX makes cutting edge, more sustainable, modern hybrid jersey fabrics with precision and technology for partners looking to make better, Naturally Advanced selections.

New crafted fabrics upgrade the honest organic qualities to a new level, where true performance and hi-tech smarts are delivered thanks to a deep and original TINTEX expertise in dyeing and finishing specialist techniques

The TINTEX vision is to build a new generation textile business that truly delivers an eco-sustainable strategy for all its production and fabric innovations through dedicated investments in technology, assets and skilled teams of specialist staff.

TINTEX nurtures a strong relationship between creativity and commercial realities and its DNA helps define how new business can be done better.

The vertical integration of the TINTEX supply chain and processes confirms total creative control, with technical expertise, skills and strategies deployed across its international operation to supply responsible premium fabrics that match contemporary consumer needs.

TINTEX is committed to improving water usage, with the latest dyeing equipment and efficient finishing techniques, garnering a CITEVE environmental impact assessment with improved metrics for: reduced water consumption, improved electricity energy use and natural gas consumption, minimizing chemical products use, reduction of waste water and organic load in effluents.

The manufacture of TINTEX own energy is measured with 460KW of Photovoltaic panels combined with solar energy systems together producing CO2 savings of approx. 400 tons per year. Since 2010 this ongoing investment and increase in gross added value has generated an energy intensity evolution producing a reduction of approx. 45% (energy audits data).