Sustainability, the power of collaboration and a positive outlook on the future are crucial for Concordia Textiles. As experts in the production process of technical textiles with extensive market knowledge, as well as our joint venture Purfi’s new technological solutions through soft mechanical recycling and rejuvenation, we can provide valuable input to create solutions to today’s challenges.
Brussels, 1 December | During its first General Assembly, 18 European companies and organisations have formally joined ReHubs. They represent different segments of the circular textile value chain and share a common commitment to invest in textile recycling capacity in Europe. Additional partners are expected in the near future as ReHubs is receiving a widespread interest and companies may join at any time.
The 18 European companies and organisations represent different segments of the circular textile value chain and share a common commitment to invest in textile recycling capacity in Europe.
Current ReHubs partners are:
- Boer Group
- Concordia Textiles
- Gherzi Textil Organisation
- Indorama Ventures
All partners will support ReHubs Executive Director, Chris Deloof, to kick start activities in the coming months. ReHubs partners will elaborate together on further steps and activities for the forthcoming work plan and the development of the European Textile Recycling Roadmap.
Chris Deloof commented on this important step forward: “I am delighted to see such a strong group of organisations teaming up with ReHubs. They are a great example of how to establish a new circular textile value chain in Europe. We need to focus now on rolling out ReHubs investment projects and further expanding our partners and investors network.”
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