Inditex and Infinite Fiber Company have signed a cooperation agreement with the common goal of promoting innovative technologies to move forward cloth circularityAs declared by the Galician Company.
Specifically, a firm established by amancio ortega Over three years, Infina undertakes to purchase 30% of Infina’s future production volume, a textile fiber made by Infina Fiber Company and which can be made entirely from textile waste, for over 100 million euros.
This purchase is important for commitment plans. infinite fiber To expand its recycling technology through its first factory with a large industrial capacity, which will begin operations in 2024, the date in which Inditex will begin buying Infinna.
this is part of the projectSustainability Innovation HubInditex, an open innovation platform that works with start-ups, academic institutions and technology hubs to promote and scale initiative Innovative new materials, technologies and processes that reduce the environmental footprint of fashion products and help move towards sustainable and circular solutions.
Anant Fiber Company Developed an innovative solution for converting high-composition materials of cellulose – such as wearables – and cotton into the registered fiber Infina, which stands for a touch and appearance similar to cotton, and recycled again into the same Can be process together with other textile waste.
through this fiber Inditex You will be able to reduce the use of virgin resources and continue to move towards a circular production model.
As part of this collaboration, Jaras It also launched the first capsule this Thursday to incorporate this innovative fiber, mostly from fabrics provided by Caritas, an entity that collaborates with Zara’s used clothing collection program.
The collection combines Zara’s fashion trends with Infinite’s innovative textile regeneration technology. fiber company and is available worldwide through zara.com.
“We strongly believe that innovation is critical to the competitive and circular future of the fashion industry; and, for this reason, we work actively in seeking new solutions based on new alliances, processes and materials that enable us to help our consumers.” Helps to get new fibers from pre- and post-consumer textile waste”, highlighted Inditex Director of Sustainability, Javier Losada,
We work to get new fibers from textile waste before and after consumer
“Inditex is one of the largest fashion distributors in the world and this agreement is an important step towards realizing our ambition to make Infina a leading textile commodity in the future. We look forward to continuing this collaboration with Inditex to make textile circularity a reality”, underlined, for his part, the CEO and co-founder Anant Fiber Companyexcept Petri.
Inditex will invest 100 million euros in the fiber of the future