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Zaber & Zubair Fabric Showcases Sustainable Innovations

Industry: RMG & Textile, Textile
Company: Zaber & Zubair Fabric Limited
Company Intelligence Tag: Business Insights

Zaber & Zubair Fabric Week 2023 kicked off with a focus on sustainable products to increase export opportunities amid recent order shortages. The event featured 40 new sustainable innovations and 180 products for the autumn and winter season of 2024-25. The company introduced recycled yarn, pineapple, banana, ecovero, livaeco, hemp, bamboo, jute, and other sustainable fibers to create innovative fabrics. They also presented an updated version of Sorona and Lycra anti x slip, offering better comfort and quality. The company’s emphasis on sustainability has attracted buyers, and they are optimistic about meeting export targets amidst the ongoing global economic challenges. Zaber & Zubair’s efforts align with retailers’ goals to introduce more sustainable products by 2030, boosting their market prospects.

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