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Another two organisations have signed up to become ZDHC Contributors and we have a new Friend of ZDHC.
2020 has started out well for ZDHC. Yet another two organisations have signed up to become ZDHC Contributors and we have a new Friend of ZDHC.
The new Contributors are quite diverse, each one comes from a different part of the industry and a different part of the world. This diversity highlights the success of our efforts to deepen ZDHC’s impact throughout the global industry. It’s our great pleasure to welcome Nissenken Quality Evaluation Center and PT Kewalram Indonesia to the ZDHC Community. We are delighted to have them on board and look forward to working together in the coming years.
A very warm welcome is also extended to our newest Friend of ZDHC. We are delighted that UK-based brand, Gymshark has joined our community. By doing so, Gymshark can support the transformation of its chemical management programmes.
Nissenken Quality Evaluation Center founded in 1948, is an advanced and leading textile institute, which analyses relevant hazardous chemicals in Japan. Their Oeko-Tex laboratory in particular has, for 20 years, been certifying Standard 100 of OEKO-TEX. It has also been ECO PASSPORT certified for 4 years.
Textile and Footwear Industry
PT Kewalram Indonesia is one of the largest integrated textile manufacturers in Indonesia, having spinning, embroidery and dye house under one umbrella. The company’s customer-oriented approach coupled with innovative concepts and sustainability consciousness to preserve the environment and its resources and bring greater value to ideology, people and the planet.
A new Friend of ZDHC
Gymshark is a fitness apparel and accessories brand. Based in the United Kingdom, this company is a successful manufacturer and online retailer.
This August we welcome a new ZDHC Contributor and a new Friend of ZDHC.
Collaboration to find safer alternatives for chemistry in textile and leather manufacturing