Panaprium creates and sells excellent products in accordance with the principles of economic, ecological and social sustainability.
The advantages of our innovative products are less environmental pollution due to the conscious selection of healthy and safe fabrics and materials with functional added value, significantly economical and resource-efficient production as well as reuse and recycling.
Our goal is to use innovations for a sustainable and circular fashion industry. The main component of most clothes your can find out there is conventional cotton. The production of cotton requires mono-cultures, toxic fertilizers and harmful pesticides. A lot of water is used for dyeing and washing and the groundwater is contaminated with dangerous chemicals.
We select only certified partners who use little water and harmless chemicals. We develop our products to meet the properties required by our customers. These must be guaranteed as we take customer satisfaction very seriously.
We examine new designs, colors, materials and fabrics, then create physical prototypes. These prototypes are used to verify product quality. During the development phase, we work in cooperation with various suppliers and take into account the properties of the final product expected by customers.
We prioritize the development of a sustainable manufacturing process. We want to work with cooperation partners and suppliers who demonstrate a strong awareness of social and ecological responsibility.
We select manufacturers in the clothing industry that strive to offer good working conditions and create added value for the environment.
Panaprium aims is to strengthen sustainability in all areas of the fashion industry and to make it accessible to more customers. We will create better products with innovative materials, Eco printing ink and environmentally friendly packaging.
The combination of technology innovation and research will help us achieve our goals. Stay tuned!
About the Author: Alex Assoune
Alex is passionate about conscious living, ethical, and sustainable fashion. He writes to raise awareness around the environmental and social impact of fashion.
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