July 16, 2024

Trimco , Kezzler & Tomra Partner On Sustainability Initiative

Trimco Group, Kezzler, and Tomra Textiles have joined forces to develop a pioneering community, FASHION360, to help support the fashion industry’s sustainability journey and transition to circularity.

With an aim of making fashion more sustainable, FASHION 360 aims to create a global community of fashion industry professionals for sharing knowledge and expertise through collaborative workshops.

“The events will provide participants with insights, practical advice from experts and industry colleagues, plus the tools to support their next steps,” Trimco said in a press release.

Importantly, it’s a space in which they can discuss the challenges they encounter to improve circularity and meeting compliance challenges like forthcoming EU Digital Product Passport (DPP) regulations.

Following the success of two pilot events in Oslo and Munich, five further European events have now been confirmed, with more in the pipeline.

“No one can solve circularity alone. The challenges we face are so complex that we need different experts, innovators and suppliers to work and develop viable solutions,” Camilla Mjelde at Trimco said.

“This is what we aim to achieve with FASHION 360’s goal – to support the development of a global network of collaborators with circularity at its very core,” she stated.

Trimco Group, Kezzler, and Tomra Textiles already share a powerful alliance, with their expertise complementing each other to help brands in their transition to circularity.

Tomra’s expertise and advanced applications in recycling and waste recovery are essential to address some of fashion’s biggest challenges.

Trimco Group offers ProductDNA and compliant label manufacturing expertise, while Kezzler offers legacy advanced Digital Identity technology.

“All these expertises enable them to offer brands a single, comprehensive solution that addresses transparency, labelling, Digital IDs, and more,” Trimco added.

With experience in working with numerous brands to address the EU-funded DPP CIRPASS project, FASHION360, will offer guidance based on a track record in Digital IDs and circularity.

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