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Grand Prize of `` Rebirth of Waste Leather '' Awarded by `` PV AWARDS 2019 ''
PREMIÈRE VISION PARIS, the world's largest fashion textile fair, opened in Paris on the 17th. On the opening day, the 11th PV Awards 2019 awards ceremony was held for textile materials and leather. The annual fashion industry draws attention to the selection of the most original and innovative products from exhibitors participating in the Première Viennese Fabric and Première Viennese Leather. PV AWARDS selects the best companies in the fabric and leather category in four categories: Grand Jury Prize, the highest judge, and Handle, Imagination and Fashion Smart Creation. Duksung Inco, Vision International, Tera Optima, Seojintex, Sinjintex, and Acoplaning were nominated for the 11th awards ceremony. Got it. The Grand Jury Prize, awarded by Acoplaning, is awarded to companies developing products that contribute to this season's most outstanding, iconic and global topics of sustainability and environmental issues. It is very encouraging to be considered the best in the global competition. According's award-winning item is a recycled fiber product made from blended fiber made from waste leather for the first time in the world. Founded in 2014, Acoplaning (CEO Kim Ji-eon) has emerged as an eco-friendly company attracting overseas luxury brands in five years and is a Jiangsu venture company that produces recycled leather. [Source: JoongAng Ilbo] Grand Prize of 'Rebirth of Waste Leather' 'PV AWARDS 2019'
PV Awards: Atko Planning and Lanificio Luigi Colombo rewardedPV Awards: Atko Planning and Lanificio Luigi Colombo rewarded By Matthieu Guinebault September 17, 2019 On the occasion of its Parisian edition, which runs from September 19 to September, Première Vision has awarded its eight PV Awards Tuesday. The "Grand Jury Prize" was awarded this year by the professional jury of South Korean ATKO planning in the Leather category and Italian Lanificio Luigi Colombo in the Fabrics category. Winners of the 2019 PV Awards surrounded by the jury of this edition - MG / FNW As for the "Handles Prize", dedicated to know-how, the jury wanted to salute the work of the Turkish leather specialist Marmara Deri, as well as that of the Italian weaver Lyria. Regarding the "Immagination Prize", dedicated to creativity, it is the Spanish FC Creacio i Innovacio that wins in the category Leather and the Swiss Jakob Schlaepfer in the category Fabrics. Finally, with regard to the "Smart Creation" awards for sustainable innovations, the jury chose to reward the Korean company Kotai Tannery, which specializes in recycled leather, fish leather, organic tanning and vegetable dyeing, as well as as the Italian company Bonotto, which has chosen to apply a logic of "slow fashion" to its sustainable textile production.
ATKO planning released a new product at ‘2018 NW Materials ShowKorea's eco-friendly venture company, ATKO planning (CEO Kim Ji-on) introduces a new product made with recycled leather manufacturing technology to the '2018 NW Materials Show' held in Portland, Oregon, USA on February 7th. NW Materials Show is festival, introduces natural and synthetic leather, textiles, fingerprints, accessories, clothing and footwear parts in the industries of jewelry, and ornaments, leather, PVC, yarn. In Portland, where the event takes place, Nike company is located, the No. 1 global outdoor company, Nike's partners are also well known for meeting with marketers. ATKO planning will present eco-friendly products in line with global market trends on this day, and will exchange with other global buyers as well as Nike. The new product to be presented at the ‘2018 NW Materials Show’ is the recycled leather yarn (ATKO4000). Designed to expand the use of leather waste recycling, the ATKO4000 demonstrates ATKO planning's unique technology. It is after several attempts to develop the technology, last year; it succeeded in developing recycled leather yarn as the first dry technology. Also, ATKO4000 is an eco-friendly material made of leather fiber, so it can be recycled and is expected to be used in various fields as there is no risk of secondary pollution in the soil even when disposed.
ATKO planning Spotlighted at ALPF 2017 Leather ExhibitionALPF 2017 Leather Exhibition ATKO planning is a venture company that owns leather recycling source technology, it’s the first time to join the exhibition and introduced hybrid leather and ATKO leather products. Especially, in 2020, ATKO planning received intensive love calls from EU buyers who are concerned about carbon credits and environmental regulations.
2016 Korea Eco-friendly Festival’ opened with the public interestThe 2016 Korea Eco-friendly Festival which is the Hanmadang Festival of eco-friendly technology and products was opened on the 18th with the public’s attention. The Ministry of Environment (Minister Cho Kyung-kyu) is holding and proceeding with the 2016 Korea Eco-Friendly Exhibition at COEX in Seoul from 18th to 21st of this month to spread green products and eco-friendly life. This eco-friendly exhibition will share the wisdom to move toward a healthy future through eco-friendly living under the theme of “I draw Healthy World!” First day of the ceremony, was attended by more than 100 people, including Cho Kyung-kyu, Minister of Environment, Hong Young-pyo, Chairman, Environmental Labor Commission, Yong-Joo Kim, Korea Environment Industry Technology Institute , Jae Ok Kim, President, Korea Climate and Environment Network , and Young Sup Jeon, Chairman, Sustainable Development Committee. Also, the Ministry of Environment and the Korea Environmental Industry & Technology Institute held the '2016 Environmental Industry Investment Conference' at the COEX Conference Room 307, Samsung-dong, Seoul on the 18th. The eighth event this year was attended by 20 local environmental companies and 20 investment organizations, discussing the expansion of private investment in promising environmental companies. In the investment agreement, the company signed a total of 1.8 billion won ($1.8 million), including ATKO planning (CEO Kim Ji-on), Magellan Technology Investment, Clean Solution, a non-metallic material recycling company (CEO Cho Ho Suk), and SBI Investment.