Denim Expert Small Earns Accolade from the Universe Economic Forum

21 Nov 2020 9:48 AM
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Bangladesh-centered denim manufacturer and washing plant Denim Experienced Limited has been called a “Fresh Champion” by the World Economic Forum, the not-for-profit foundation that engages political, business, cultural and additional leaders to condition global and sector agendas.

The Environment Economic Forum’s New Champions Awards recognizes excellence in sustainability, digital disruption and agile business governance, calling attention to business models, technologies and sustainable growth strategies that it finds necessary as the world prepares for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

A member of the World Economic Forum, Denim Professional Ltd. was recognized as an honorable talk about in the “excellence in sustainability” category for sustainable goals and targets in 2019 across many areas including reducing consumption of energy and drinking water, CO2 emissions, and waste products generation. The manufacturer was also lauded for its work to provide opportunities to transgender people and human-trafficking survivors.

Denim Expert Ltd. may be the only apparel and textile provider that received reputation on the list this year.

“I believe this recognition can be an appreciation for the sustainable strides of the Bangladesh outfits industry as a whole,” explained Mostafiz Uddin, Denim Expert Ltd. controlling director and 2019 Rivet 50 honoree. “I am proud for [getting] this accolade for the united states.”

The business has emerged as a innovator in adopting sustainable protocols and guidelines, particularly in Bangladesh.

It had been the first Bangladeshi maker to join the Sustainable Outfits Coalition (SAC) and the first ever to turn into a contributor to ZDHC Foundation, which drives improvement found in the operations of textile chemicals globally.

Denim Expert Ltd. was as well the first denim supplier from Bangladesh to become listed on Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Actions and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Jeans Redesign initiative, which employs the guidelines of a circular overall economy to ensure positive impacts for the environment, society, and the fitness of those people employed in the industry.