Panama Trimmings srl

Munich booth F02

Address

Via Meucci 24/26
35028 Piove di sacco
Italy

Production in:

Italy

Products

Sustainability

Company profile

Founded more than 40 years ago, Panama Trimmings has been focusing on sustainable products during the last 15 years with the goal of answering to the increasing demand of a market strongly requesting for green labels and trims.

With only one industrial facility in Italy's Veneto region and all the Teams under one roof, Panama Trimmings combines experience with innovation and artisan skills with the most modern equipment.

Certificates

Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Oekotex Standard 100 Vegan

Product portfolio presented by PERFORMANCE DAYS

6 products

100% Rec Nylon P6008

Composition: 100% RECYCLED NYLON

100% Biodegradable Nylon P6005

Composition: 100% biodegradable nylon

VIRIDIS® ACTIVE P6017

Composition: 31% PU, 26% CV, 43% bio polyols

VIRIDIS® ACTIVE P5913

Composition: 31% PU, 26% CV, 43% bio polyols

VIRIDIS® ACTIVE P5996

Composition: 31% PU, 26% CV, 43% bio polyols

Viridis® Active P5451

Composition: 31% PU, 26% CV, 43% bio polyols

Product portfolio presented by the supplier

Viridis® Active

Viridis® Active was developed to meet the growing demand for concrete ecological alternatives to rubber and pvc. Viridis® is an innovative bio-based material, obtained from corn, wheat and viscose, reaching 69% bio content, as certified by the United States Department of Agriculture. Viridis® has been OEKO-TEX certified, guaranteeing the health of consumers. As shown in the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) report, the production technology, developed specifically for Viridis®, uses biobased raw materials that have a very limited environmental impact compared to traditional ones.

2 products

Viridis® Active labels

Composition: 31% PU, 26% CV, 43% bio polyols

Viridis® Active Zip puller

Composition: 31% PU, 26% CV, 43% bio polyols

Natural Dyeing

Natural dyeing goes back to ancient times when great tinctorial properties of flowers, husks, peels, plants and roots were largely used. Evidence of textile dyeing dates back to the Neolithic period. The discovery of man-made synthetic dyes in the mid-19th century triggered a long decline in the large-scale market for natural dyes. Synthetic dyes which could be quickly produced in large quantities superseded natural ones. In the early 21st century, the market for natural dyes in the fashion industry is experiencing a revival. Consumers have become more concerned about the health and environmental impact of synthetic dyes in manufacturing and there is a growing demand for products that use natural dyes. Help has arrived from a new technology capable of using natural dyes giving good colours consistency and resistance. It's the first 100% organic dyeing system using only plants and vegetable waste which are dried and infused with no chemical additives that are harmful.

1 product

Natural dyeing

Composition: 100% jacron

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