Additional income through second-life product sale
Reduced returns-related costs
Be ready for legislative changes and requirements
Engage your customers with trade-in
From returned apparel and textile products
Reduce your CO2 emissions
TRADE IN: Minimizing your returns, optimizing your returns process efficiency and deciding on how to handle damaged returned items
RENEWAL: Reworking your products from unsellable to sellable
RESALE: Selling your reworked products as second life inventory
In our state-of-the-art facilities, we offer the complete renewal process, for maximum recovery and minimum environmental impact.
We deliver extensive renewal and recommerce services for your returned apparel and other textile products from your end-customers or retail stores. The renewal system, which we have created and keep constantly improving, enables you to restore products so they could be resold, generating new revenue opportunities for your brand. Moreover, you reduce your overall pollution, typically created from “waste” streams, and enable long-term new production reduction to offset carbon.
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The potential for renewal to make a meaningful difference in the climate crisis is real. Our most recent research demonstrates that brands can achieve an average reduction of 51.5% in carbon emissions by renewing an existing product instead of producing a new one.
In early 2022, we acquired The Renewal Workshop as part of our strategy to develop a fully circular supply chain proposition for our fashion and lifestyle clients. The acquisition of The Renewal Workshop enabled us to enhance our service portfolio with extensive collection, renewal and recommerce services. The comprehensive Renewal System truly complements our efforts to offer sustainable solutions to our clients.Read the press release
In our vision of the future, logistics will become the backbone of a circular economy for fashion and lifestyle products. Our solutions will gradually be incorporated into a new all-in-one renewal and logistics offering.
Fashion companies are being asked to make real changes in how they operate to become more eco-friendly, like recycling and reducing waste. Besides, they're encouraged to get rid of old habits and work with consumers and other businesses to make the fashion industry better for the environment.
Find out more in our latest Leading Circular report on scaling up fashion's zero-waste transition!
The European Union is introducing a broad range of policy measures that aim to reduce the environmental footprint of the European textile industry. The strategy will directly affect various actors across the sector.