Many textile apparel markets across the world continue to face difficulties as a result of the pandemic. However, since the second half of 2020, China’s garment industry has experienced growth across domestic sales, exports, and the production of textile apparel.
Even though the world had to slow down during the pandemic, Waste2Wear kept innovating to find sustainable solutions to stop plastic pollution.
That is why Waste2Wear will be at the Intertextile Shanghai Apparel Fabrics, which attracts thousands of apparel fabrics suppliers and over 73,500 visitors. It is the world’s most important destination for sourcing fabrics and accessories, bringing more than 3,400 exhibitors from 20 countries and regions.
The accelerated rebound of the domestic market and the increase of export orders make China a key place for textile suppliers to get back on track and start winning back losses in 2021, and Waste2Wear couldn’t be out of it.
This year, Waste2Wear will be highlighting its innovative solutions that have been developed in the past few years, such as:
The Three-Step Recycling Assurance process (RA3), that proves if an RPET material is made from recycled plastic bottles. Our world-first RPP fabrics, made from recycled home appliances, and the Waste2Wear Blockchain that records the journey of the plastic waste bottles, step-by-step, to become a finished textile product, and many other innovative solutions!
Stay tuned on our social channels to know more, and if you are in Shanghai, visit our space at Intertextile to accelerate your brand’s journey to circularity!