Green transformation is becoming a trend in the textile industry, with many fashion brands using environment-friendly materials to make their products.
In Viet Nam, Faslink was one of the pioneers in supplying green materials to the fashion industry when it started in 2008.
At a gala dinner it held at Gem Centre in HCM City on January 15 the company showcased more green materials and sustainable solutions at an exhibition titled 'Green Fabric'. There were five types of natural fibres made from coffee, lotus, seashell, coconut, and mint.
They are processed using modern technologies, which makes them soft, durable and fashionable.
Tran Hoang Phu Xuan, general director of Faslink, said the company aims to become a leader in providing raw material solutions for the fashion, uniform and manufacturing industries in Viet Nam and the region with its sustainable development strategy.
Faslink strives to pursue a sustainable development model while still maintaining outstanding quality, a safe and creative working environment, and its commitment to customers, partners, and the community. VNS
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