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Jeanologia presents eMark 5 at Denim Expo

Dec 01, 2018
Jeanologia presents eMark 5 at Denim Expo

With this software, Jeanologia goes further in the digital transformation of the textile industry.

At the Bangladesh Denim Expo, Jeanologia, the Spanish company leader in development of sustainable and efficient technology, presented its new software eMark 5 that reduces time-to-laser mark by 15 per cent, simplifying how to design and increasing productivity.

With this tool, the company advances the Bangladeshi textile industry’s digital revolution, while contributing to the simplification of processes making them more sustainable and efficient.

Jeanologia hits another milestone by creating the most advanced and unique software on the market. The software is completely developed for laser textile design, multilingual, easy to use and contains an extensive gallery of laser designs that is constantly being updated, exclusive and fashionable, offering infinite creative and sustainable possibilities.

Fabien Liautard, General Manager of the company in Bangladesh explains that with eMark 5 “if you can imagine it, you can produce it. With this software, you can make designers’ creativity a reality in a sustainable way. eMark 5 optimises production and minimises production errors. With this software, Jeanologia goes further in the digital transformation of the textile industry. “sustainability and technology are the keys for the country’s textile industry to consolidate and be able to become a world leader.”

Collection 100% Made in Bangladesh
Jeanologia, in collaboration with Bangladesh Denim Expo, will present, at this edition, a new collection 100% Made in Bangladesh, from fabric to finishing. In its creation, the company has worked with local suppliers, involving the whole supply chain to show the infinite possibilities that offers its model of production completely technological, sustainable and respectful of workers’ health.

The result is a collection 5. Zero derived from the concept “one fabric, unlimited possibilities”, through which Jeanologia shows that thanks to the combination of their technologies – laser, ozone and e-flow – it is possible to make a complete collection from only one fabric, getting extraordinary results equally in black and in blue denim. “Achieving three-dimensional effects with black denim is possible with our technology.” highlights Liautard “To achieve it, it is essential to start by selecting the correct fabric. To do so, we use the Light Sensitive Fabric Test to be able to know the reaction of the fabric to the new finishing processes, thereby obtaining the desired look efficiently and sustainably, at the same time as reducing time-to-market.”

Thanks to the digital transformation that has already started in the Bangladeshi textile industry, today Jeanologia’s technology saves around 12,00,000 m3 of water annually, this represents the amount of water contained in Gulshan lake, in Dhaka. Jeanologia will continue by its side as its technology partner, achieving excellence “Made in Bangladesh” creating a total dehydration and detoxification of the textile industry.

Jeanologia in Bangladesh
Jeanologia has been in Bangladesh for over 15 years supporting the country’s industry, contributing advisory services and leading-edge technology to improve efficiency and end finishing. To do so, it works shoulder-to-shoulder with the main jeans manufacturers, always keeping respect for workers’ health and the environment as a guiding principle.

The company has an international and local multi-disciplinary team that provides comprehensive technical service, support and training. More than 20 people are making the objective of transforming the Bangladeshi textile industry into one of the most advanced, clean and respectful of workers’ health and the planet a reality. Jeanologia currently has clients in five continents. The export of its machines and services represents 90 per cent of its total billing, reaching 60 countries. The biggest market brands place their confidence in Jeanologia, using technology developed by the company.