GINETEX TRADEMARK NOW REGISTERED IN CHINA AND INDIA
GINETEX continues to invest in the promotion and protection of its trademarks all over the world in over 70 countries today.
This approach is part of our overall strategy to ensure a worldwide, harmonized care labelling system, compliant with the ISO 3758:2012 standard. Our ultimate aim is that all consumers - at any time and place - may read and easily understand label care instructions to optimally care for their textiles.
GINETEX is proud to announce that over the past few months, its five-symbol trademark has been registered in China and India. These are two very important markets for GINETEX licensees, as an increasing number of national apparel brands are also exporting from these markets.
Last year, GINETEX also concentrated its efforts on achieving the registration of its symbols in South America, South Africa and several Arabian countries, as these countries are becoming more significant on the worldwide market.
Clevercare.info, the GINETEX sustainable textile care logo, is also being registered as a trademark. So far, its registration process is almost finalized in over 50 countries.
JOINT INDUSTRY ANNOUNCEMENT
A.I.S.E., APPLiA & GINETEX are publishing their joint tips for sustainable laundering.
REGISTRATION IN ASIA
GINETEX, the five-symbol trademark is now registered in China and in India.
A NEW PARTNERSHIP
GINETEX is now member of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition – Both of our international organizations are teaming up for a better world!
A BAROMETER FOR CARE LABELLING
GINETEX, in partnership with IPSOS, unveils the outcomes of its European barometer "Europeans and textile care labelling".
SUSTAINABLE TEXTILE CARE
Clervercare.info, a full marketing program aimed at end-customers. Discover more with our video and comic strips!
GINETEX relies on 22 National Members in Europe, South America, Africa and Asia. To reach the GINETEX entity in your country, please visit our interactive map.
GINETEX has developed an internationally applicable logo for sustainable care. Consumers are given information to help them reduce the environmental impact of caring for textile.