Cifra’s strong commitment to a sustainable production process is guaranteed by the STeP by Oeko-Tex certification. The strict standard aims to verify and assess ethics, environmental and worker protection and health as well as product safety in all areas of the company. Thanks to Cifra’s seamless warp knitting technology, operating directly from yarn to final garment, manufacturing waste is reduced by 30% compared to traditional cut and sew methods. Also on the process front, on-demand manufacturing plays a key role in reducing inventory and in case goods run out, the company said in a press release.
Cifra’s knitting system allows it to quickly switch to different shapes and patterns during the production process, and customers can adjust order demand to sales in real time. As far as products are concerned, more than 30% of Cifra’s production currently comes from eco-sustainable, natural and recycled yarns and the demand is constantly increasing. Econyl yarn is a 100% regenerated nylon 6 yarn from pre- and post-consumer waste that otherwise pollutes the Earth, such as fishing nets, fabric scraps, flooring and industrial plastic recovered from all over the world. the world.
Over the past few years, thanks to structural measures and investments such as the supply of electricity entirely from renewable sources, Cifra, the Italian warp knitting company, has considerably reduced its CO2 emissions and plans always a further and increasing reduction. Cifra is a manufacturing company that produces clothing for private labels.
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