[Solution] Mask & Soft Medical Verification Program

May 6, 2020

Among other things, #Covid19 crisis has also a high impact on the capability of our customers to purchase compliant and qualitative masks. Due to the explosion of the world demand of mask multiples companies worldwide adapt their production site to this product. Frequently, this adaption, is made without being able to certify that the new produced product is compliant with the regulation of the concerned market of distribution. Cooperating with new suppliers also imposes precautions.

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[Article] Covid19 Crisis - Garment workers, dropped and Abandoned ?

April 20, 2020

On March 27, 2020, the Center for Global Workers Rights from Penn State University, published a full report about “The impact of covid-19 on workers and businesses at the bottom of global garment supply chain”. It highlights “[…] the devastating impact order cancellations have had on businesses and on workers” and emphasizes “[…] the extreme fragility of a system based on decades of buyers squeezing down on prices paid to suppliers: factory closures, unpaid workers with no savings to survive the hard times ahead, and a government with such a low tax revenue that it has very limited ability to provide meaningful support to workers and the industry.

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[Article] ETHIOPIA THE FUTURE MAJOR ROLE IN TEXTILE INDUSTRY

April 19, 2019

We just come back from Ethiopia. What an interesting prospective trip ! Definitely Ethiopia has a lot to offer and will be a major piece of the future world manufacturer’s network of fashion, especially in Africa. It reminds the beginning of Bangladesh years ago. With an added value regarding equipment’s of factories, better equipped than Bangladesh at its early stages. Plants’ Investors & management are mainly from Asia countries (Korea, Vietnam, China, India, Bangladesh) to bring experiences, expertise and know-how.

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[VIDEO] The stakes of sustainable fashion, interview

February 12, 2019

FULL VIDEO INTERVIEW : https://urlz.fr/8UDuFull Considérée, après le pétrole, comme le secteur le plus polluant du monde, l’industrie du textile travaille aujourd’hui à mettre en place une mode durable, éthique et responsable. Mais qu’est-ce qu’une mode durable et à quels multiples critères doit-elle répondre ? Les réponses à ces questions avec Arthur Grout et Stéphane Popescu, respectivement CEO de AS International et Co-Fondateur de Resource. La mode durable à proprement parler Selon Stéphane Popescu, Co-fondateur de Resource, une plateforme de sourcing responsable : « la mode durable est aujourd’hui l'étude des impacts environnementaux et sociaux d’un vêtement dans le but de les réduire ».

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[News] THE MUNICH FABRIC START

February 9, 2019

AS INTERNATIONAL was present at MUNICH FABRIC START in Germany, and represented by our CEO Arthur GROUT SOUWEINE

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[News] The quality of service of AS INTERNATIONAL recognised by Trustfolio barometer

January 20, 2019

The new professional reference platform Thank you to all our customers for their trust ! Discover the companies that recommend AS INTERNATIONAL : https://urlz.fr/8JQ1, and also find all the comments of our customers and partners !

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[Article] Myanmar, our latest insights

April 12, 2018

After visiting Myanmar last week, I felt like sharing my impressions on the country and its growing textile industry with you. For 2 years now, I have witnessed a spectacular evolution of the Burmese people. Nowadays almost half the population is under 27 years old, and they are all very invested in social media. Around 90% of the total population has access to a phone with Internet; that’s 9 times more than in 2013.

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