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DD Garment Solutions

Jeans on ice? Not only does this sound fun, but it is also revolutionary. Because instead of using environmentally harmful finishing methods for denim, the start-up DD Garment Solutions from Gmund uses the environmentally conscious and sustainable method developed in its own laboratory since 2018.

Wer an den kristallklaren und zu jeder Jahreszeit kalten Tegernsee im Bayerischen Voralpenland denkt, denkt nicht in erster Linie an Technologien, die die Textilindustrie nachhaltiger machen. Tatsächlich haben Ingenieur Stephan Dorfmeister und Volkswirt Christoph Demuth zusammen mit dem Trockeneis-Spezialisten Raphael Rotstein  mit DD Garment Solutions eine innovative und Roboter-basierte Methode entwickelt, mit der Denim-Waschungen nachhaltig durchgeführt werden können.

When you think of the crystal-clear Tegernsee lake located in the Bavarian foothills of the Alps –  which is cold at all times of the year – you don’t immediately think of technologies that make the textile industry more sustainable. In fact, engineer Stephan Dorfmeister and economist Christoph Demuth, together with dry ice specialist Raphael Rotstein, have developed an innovative and robot-based method that makes washing denim sustainable.

DD Garment Solutions – Dry ice finish

At the Munich research center, the team of co-founders and technical director, Raphael Rotstein, have developed the process to such an extent that it can also be used for smaller series.

They produce jeans, outdoor clothing and hosiery in Poland, Turkey and Macedonia for renowned companies worldwide.

“We are convinced that the development of DD Garment Solutions can positively influence the fashion industry and the denim market” Raphael Rotstein, co-founder.

DD Garment Solutions is a member of the Bavarian Textile and Clothing Industry Association.

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