Creditex, a Peruvian textile mill, has embraced invention, innovation, and technology to fulfill the needs of a worldwide market since its inception. These ideals are complemented by a strong commitment to sustainability, as seen by the effective management of solid waste, chemical recovery and recycling, and wastewater treatment.
Creditex adopted the U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol® to demonstrate its environmental commitment. The initiative, which was launched in 2020, was intended to create a new benchmark in sustainable cotton production, where full transparency is a reality and continuous improvement to reduce our environmental footprint is the central goal.
It is the only method that sets quantitative, verifiable targets and measures progress in six important sustainability metrics: land use, soil carbon, water management, soil loss, greenhouse gas emissions, and energy efficiency. It is also the world's first sustainable cotton fiber to provide all members with article-level supply chain transparency.
With a Theory of Change based on science-based measurement and feedback, its fundamental principles center on the heritage of authenticity, innovation, excellence, environmental stewardship, care for people, and personal and corporate integrity of US cotton.
As a Trust Protocol member, Creditex may be identified as part of a completely transparent supply chain and chosen by companies looking to acquire U.S. cotton fiber.
Creditex produces 10,000 tons of various cotton yarn kinds every year for clients in Europe and the United States. Furthermore, the firm handles 9 million meters of exquisite textiles for clothing and décor each year. Over 800 styles are included in the seasonal fabric inventory.
Creditex's complete manufacturing line employs cutting-edge technology to suit the needs of customers from Brazil, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Argentina, Mexico, the United States, Finland, Germany, Switzerland, and other countries.
Aside from the Trust Protocol, the Peruvian firm has five additional international certifications, including ISO 9001:2015, WRAP, and Business Alliance for Secure Commerce.
Another organizational pillar is social responsibility, as evidenced by its ongoing contributions to the Peruvian Association of Textile Technicians (Asociación Peruana de Técnicos Textiles), the Peruvian Cancer Foundation (Fundación Peruana contra el Cáncer), the Lima Museum of Art (Museo de Arte de Lima), and the Fundación Fe y Alegra Peru (Faith and Happiness Foundation in Peru).
A weekly report covering market and price information on the entire chain of polyester along with online access to daily polyester chain prices.
One-time reports that are issued annually cover the demand and supply trends in individual products including polyester, nylon, acrylic, viscose, and cotton.
One-time reports that are issued annually cover the demand and supply trends in the individual country's natural and manmade fiber/filament industries.
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