Germany based circular.fashion traceability pilot study has led to the world’s foremost intelligent sorting system for textiles. And a charitable collection organization in Augsburg, Aktion Hoffnung is benefetting from circular.fashion’s identification technology to streamline how they collect and sort through goods.
Industry experts believe that this intelligent sorting system is a crucial landmark in the Closed Loop project, which circular.fashion and FairWertung – non-profit organizing collectors and sorters – launched in 2021 with support from German brands Armed Angels, Besonnen, Otto, The Slow Label and Vretena.
circular.fashion’s intelligent sorting solutions help its customers to advance their sorting quality, reveal new second-hand markets, and allow fiber to fiber recycling.
Jonna Haeggblom, Circular design strategist for longevity and extended product life, PR, marketing and communication, circular.fashion said, “Be part of the change and join the circular.fashion system. Reach out to us for more information and learn how we can support your company.”