Garmon introduces the Greenofchange® Days to strengthen the debate about sustainability

In the spotlight for 2019, the new appointments with greenofchange® Days, the events that promote sustainable products and processes to transform the chemistry for textile industry.

THE REPUBLIC OF SAN MARINO (June 4, 2019) - Garmon Chemicals announces important news in terms of sustainable innovation.

The company keeps on promoting the greenofchange® platform, the system dedicated to the improvement of environmental safety and performance of textile chemistry.
Following the success of the first greenofchange® Day, held in Jakarta the 16th November 2018, an intense schedule of international workshops takes shape trough a series of new appointments for 2019.

11 March - Lahore (Pakistan) at The Nishat Emporium 13 April - New Delhi (India) Third/Fourth quarter 2019: Dhaka (Bangladesh), Shanghai (China)

As an innovative format that brings together textile industry stakeholders with the fashion community, greenofchange® Days involve teachers, opinion leaders and technicians, encouraged to share their expertise and best-practices.
The goal is to improve the knowledge related to sustainability and develop new strategies to enhance the entire industry.

Moreover, the greenofchange® Days give the opportunity to discover the innovative solutions developed by Garmon, such as the stretch care line, dedicated to increasing the quality and performance of stretch fabrics, or avol oxy white, an ecologically advanced substitute of potassium permanganate for denim local bleaching.

“For us, enhancing our platform trough the greenofchange® Days means to strengthen the involvement of the entire industry in the sustainable change,” confirms Donald Mulazzani, Marketing and Business Development Director of Garmon Chemicals. “A greenofchange® process constitute a concrete action to help the environment, an important response to the challenges of an industry that aims to be truly sustainable.”

  • With the greenofchange® platform Garmon offers a solid and innovative approach to the problem of sustainability in the fashion industry:To respect the greenofchange® requirements, garments must be treated with certified Garmon chemicals, through a finishing process based on the efficient use of resources. 
  • When the finishing process is compliant with all of the greenofchange® requirements, the brand can distribute the garments with a special hangtag that includes a QR code. Scanning the code, it will be possible to know the exact amount of the natural resources saved during the finishing of the garment, together with other information about the safety for the environment, workers and final consumers.
About Kemin Textile Auxiliaries

Kemin Textiles Auxiliaries, through the brand Garmon, is a leader in the R&D and marketing of total chemical solutions, innovation and creativity for the denim and apparel industry. The company is internationally recognized as a symbol of pioneering evolution in the name of a better tomorrow. Since its birth in 1982, Garmon established itself at the very center of a narrative that talks to manufacturers, apparel brands and retailers about innovative chemical auxiliaries and solutions. For over 30 years, Garmon has been an R&D and marketing platform for fashion innovation and a reference for product quality and responsible practices. With manufacturing facilities in San Marino, Brazil, China, India and Turkiye, the company operates in more than 30 countries through a commercial network of subsidiaries and agents. This global footprint ensures technical assistance in strategic textile areas around the world, as well as capillary distribution of both chemical products and related know-how.

About Kemin Industries
Kemin Industries ( is a global ingredient manufacturer that strives to sustainably transform the quality of life every day for 80 percent of the world with its products and services. The company supplies over 500 specialty ingredients for human and animal health and nutrition, pet food, aquaculture, nutraceutical, food technologies, crop technologies and textile industries. For over half a century, Kemin has been dedicated to using applied science to address industry challenges and offer product solutions to customers in more than 120 countries. Kemin provides ingredients to feed a growing population with its commitment to the quality, safety and efficacy of food, feed and health-related products. Established in 1961, Kemin is a privately held, family-owned-and-operated company with more than 2,800 global employees and operations in 90 countries, including manufacturing facilities in Belgium, Brazil, China, India, Italy, Russia, San Marino, Singapore, South Africa and the United States.