ITALY: Miroglio Group develops supply chain platform
Textile firm Miroglio Group has developed a service business platform designed to give added value to the production chain through an organisational aggregation of its players.
The platform, it says, is able to offer a complete service along the textile supply chain (from raw material sourcing to fabrics printed through different technologies, to circular knit), apparel supply chain (from the pattern to the industrialisation and the supply of finish garments), and logistics.
The company said the move represents "a further step towards, and in support of, the Italian industrial renaissance".
It also follows the development of Miroglio's E.volution platform, launched in 2012, through which it has been able to dramatically reduce the water consumption by up to 90%, CO2 by up to 25%, and energy by 37%.
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