Presented at last weeks Bangladesh Denim Expo, the collection is developed in Bangladesh, with fabrics woven in the country and with the support of sustainable technology from Jeanologia

Presented at last week's Bangladesh Denim Expo, the collection is developed in Bangladesh, with fabrics woven in the country and with the support of sustainable technology from Jeanologia

As part of its mission to create an ethical, eco-efficient and sustainable industry, Spanish sustainable technology firm Jeanologia has developed a new sustainable fashion collection it says is completely manufactured in Bangladesh.

For the first time, Jeanologia has managed to get all agents involved in the Bangladeshi textile industry, from fabric manufacturer to end product makers and buyers, to take part in its mission to create an ethical, eco-efficient and sustainable industry.

Presented at last week's Bangladesh Denim Expo, the collection is developed in Bangladesh, with fabrics woven in the country and with the support of sustainable technology from Jeanologia.

According to Asia division director, Jordi Juani, the objective is to get all agents involved in the Bangladeshi textile industry to create a product with better finishes, being able to rely on Jeanologia as technology partner.

"Using our technology in the production processes, we have managed to be more competitive and speed up time to market, offering a modern sustainable product," Juani explains. "Not only does our technology increase productivity and energy efficiency, it also reduces water consumption and eliminates harmful emissions and residues."

Jeanologia has been present in Bangladesh for over 15 years, supporting the textile industry in its objective of becoming one of the biggest world textile centres. From the beginning, the company's intention has been to increase the production capabilities of producers in Bangladesh, especially in the denim sector, providing advisory services and cutting-edge technology to improve efficiency and end finishes.