PUBLISHED ON: 26.01.2021
We are very proud to have received a Gold Award in the “Top Branded Export Product” category of the Greek Exports Forum & Awards 2020 for our brand SUPREME GREEN COTTON®!
PUBLISHED ON: 11.02.2020
A New Strategic Partnership!
Furthering its alliances for a sustainable future, Varvaressos is pleased to announce its new strategic partnership with TVU, a company at the forefront of the yarn dyeing, based in Leutershausen, Germany. The mutual goal is offering the most comprehensive SUPREME GREEN COTTON® yarns portfolio towards a sustainable fashion world.
PUBLISHED ON: 21.06.2019
Supreme Green Cotton®
featured in Deutsche Welle
This month, Varvaressos S.A. took part in a broadcast of Deutsche Welle, regarding the European production of a t-shirt. The show highlighted that in 2019, vigorous and intensive efforts are being made in order to support and reinforce the European production.
PUBLISHED ON: 12.05.2019
Varvaressos is the first greek STeP
by OEKO-TEX® Certified spinning mill
In February 2019 Varvaressos S.A. was certified by STeP by OEKO-TEX® for Sustainable Textile Production, as the first spinning mill in Greece.
Varvaressos S.A. was able to provide extremely satisfactory answers to all questions exclusion criteria and complies with the highest requirements of STeP by OEKO-TEX® Standard level 3 with regard to its structure, processes and management systems.
PUBLISHED ON: 08.04.2019
The European Commission has withdrawn the licence of international organic certifier to prevent organic fraud as the latter failed to demonstrate the traceability and organic status of many products from five countries — Kazakhstan, Moldova, Russia, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates.
The EU commission explained its decision in EU regulation 2019/446 of 19 March 2019.
PUBLISHED ON: 09.01.2019
Institute of Kilkis
On Tuesday 15/01/2018 VARVARESSOS’ SA members visited the Technological Educational Institute of Kilkis – Department of Design and Clothing Technology – and attended student presentations for innovative textiles. Bold and interesting new ideas such as mixing cannabis nettles or corn fiber cloths were presented.
A student has presented a survey showing how NASA’s microencapsulation technology can be applied to the textiles with jasmine and marjoram.
PUBLISHED ON: 08.11.2018
Varvaressos supports the study of textile
products conducting in Greek Universities
Varvaressos’ support in the survey of University of West Attica and National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, has lead to very interesting conclusions about the evaluation of the ultraviolet protection factor offered by various knit fabric structures.