Swedish speaker at ITMA Innovation Lab

Within TMAS we work to increase the awareness about Swedish textile technology and production knowledge. The ITMA Innovation Lab is a commitment to further strengthen ITMA's profile as a platform for launching innovations. We are therefore both happy and proud that this time Sweden had the opportunity to share knowledge and technology on stage on the ITMA Speakers Platform.

From Fristads Lisa Rosengren talked about measuring the total impact of a garment and the use of environmental product declaration. Eva Karlsson from Houdini presented their journey from a linier to a circular business model. TMAS member Baldwin got the chance to talk about their new technology within finishing. The presentations showed that  Swedish production thinking and solutions are at the forefront. The audience was engaged and the lecturers were asked several questions.


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