CYCLO® expands global reach with partnerships in Pakistan and EU.
We’ve taken huge strides over the last five years. This was only possible because of all our partners, stakeholders and all individuals who have directly
Original article: about.bestseller.com WASTE NOT, WANT NOT – BESTSELLER GOES CIRCULAR IN BANGLADESH BESTSELLER Group is piloting two major circularity projects, and one of them supports
Some fashion giants plan to use 100% fibres recycled from RMG wastes by 2030 Original article: tbsnews.net Fabric scraps, locally known as jhut, have gradually been gaining
Original article: sourcingjournal.com Simco Spinning & Textile, manufacturers of Cyclo recycled fibers, has entered into a strategic partnership with The Movement to become nominated spinners of the
CYCLO® Fibers and AWARE™ Partner to Launch Fully Traceable Recycled Cotton Yarn to Address Increasing Demand of Transparency.
Simco Spinning &Textile, manufacturers of Cyclo® Recycled Fibers, have entered into a strategic partnership with The Movement, to become nominated spinners of the AWARE™ Integrity
Original article: textiletoday.com.bd Against the backdrop of a massive amount of textile and apparel fashion waste dumped in landfills or burned, circular fashion is the most
Remittance of up to $1,500 to enjoy incentives without verification Original article: thedailystar.net Garment exports to the US, Europe and Canada will get 1 percent of
Original article: sourcingjournal.com The primary reason that sustainable materials have not taken over the market already is the increased cost, which, let’s face it, consumers are
Original article: sourcingjournal.com In a divergence from what’s previously been the norm in Bangladesh, industry leading apparel players gathered to discuss a critical supply chain factor other
Original article: textiletoday.com.bd On 28 June 2018, at Four Points Sheraton Hotel in Dhaka, CYCLO Yarn by SIMCO Spinning and Textiles hosted the first ‘Close The Loop’
Garment waste can potentially generate $4 billion annually Original article: thedailystar.net Garment waste management exemplifies the idea of one man’s trash being another man’s treasure. If
Original article: sourcingjournal.com Bangladesh hasn’t often been touted for its sustainability prowess, but just as the Southeast Asian nation has evolved from a nascent garment manufacturer to