Described by the Spanish technology firm as “the beginning of a new era in the textile industry,” the model is the first complete production center that includes all of its technologies and disruptive solutions. “For the first time in history we have the necessary technology that allows us to make short and fast series, making it possible to produce what sells instead of selling what is produced,” said Enrique Silla, Jeanologia CEO.
This operational model, Jeanologia said, delivers five fundamental benefits to the textile industry—eco-efficient, cost neutral, scalable, agile and digital—connecting design, production and consumer. By being fully connected, Jeanologia said it is possible to design and produce with zero environmental impact in any location in the world. And by simplifying processes, the model changes how things are produced, making it easier to adjust supply and demand.
Additionally, Jeanologia reports that this approach allows users to offer a more sustainable product for the same price.
“We have the perfect set of technologies to dehydrate and detoxify the world’s most consumed product—jeans—within the next five years,” Silla added.
The operations model combines Jeanologia’s hardware and software to achieve quick and sustainable results. It includes Laundry 5.Zero, the first garment finishing plant that guarantees zero pollution and achieves a saving of 85 percent in water. This operational center produces sustainably on an industrial scale by efficiently combining the technologies Laser, G2 ozone, e-Flow, Smart Boxes and the first water recycling system, H2Zero, eliminating all the processes that are harmful for workers and the environment.