Klopman emphasizes sustainability by innovative green fabric

Klopman, a leading European company in workwear fabrics, will focus on sustainability and quality at Techtextil 2019, which takes place on 14 – 17 May in Frankfurt, Germany.

In a recent press statement the company states “to be strongly aware of the importance of promoting the circular economy and sustainability in the textile sector. It has therefore created a very innovative green range – made of recycled plastic bottles, wood pulp, organic cotton or cotton certified according to Fairtrade or BCI (Better Cotton Initiative) standards – to improve the conditions of producers in developing countries.”

The Greenwear range – produced with polyester obtained from recycled plastic bottles and with sustainable cotton – is a clear statement of the company’s focus on the environment and its investment in the production of sustainable fabrics for workwear. Techtextil is the ideal momentum for the company to announce the 1.5 million metres of green fabric it produced in 2018, with significant growth forecasts for the coming years. The company has been included in the special list of Techtextil exhibitors officially recognised as sustainable by the fair’s special jury and will also exhibit its K-Flame range of flame-retardant fabrics designed to offer resistance to heat, flames and welding as well as giving antistatic and electric arc protection.