“From Ideas to Technologies”: This is the title of the exposition that Tonello is using for its participation in the Bangladesh Denim Expo 2017, being held in Dhaka the 17th and 18th of May. The display will offer an overview of the new trends in denim finishing materials. It will be presented on 18 May, beginning at 11.00 a.m., in the seminar hosted by Piero Turk – one of the internationally recognized gurus of denim – and by Alice Tonello, the company’s R&D manager.
Another new project from Tonello: Denim Gallery, is a bona fide display of “dreams and visions of reality”, as told by 10 Designers from around the world who have used Denim as their canvas for painting, staining, and assaulting in order to express themselves with artistic languages, materials, and concepts. The installation will be one of the coolest events of the 2017 edition of Kingpins and Blueprint, scheduled in Amsterdam from April 19 to 22.
This month, Tonello will be in Dhaka at the 2017 Dhaka Int’l Textile & Garment Machinery Exhibition (DTG), one of the largest trade fair of its kind in Bangladesh, running from February 23 to 26 at the Bangabandhu International Conference Centre (BICC). At the exhibition, Tonello will showcase a collection realized with a combination of some of its latest technologies: Core, ECOfree, Laser Blaze, NoStone®, UP.
Tonello Laser Design Shop renews itself. Our second collection of laser designs is finally here, infused with all of Tonello’s expertise and know-how in denim finishing. A wide range of whiskers, abrasions, rips, textures and endless creative possibilities at the service of brands, designers and industry insiders. Suitable for small samples and large productions, and combinable with washes, dyes and finishes to create unique garments in very little time, without costly investments.
After the great success in Mexico at Exintex 2016, Tonello, global leader of garment finishing technologies, will return in South America at Colombiatex 2017. In Plaza Mayor Medellín the Italian company will present, from January 24 to 26, innovative technologies that combine fashion, ecology and efficiency in the finishing of denim garments. It will also be present at 2 conferences.
In 1981, the global leader of garment finishing technologies was born. 2016 marks 35 years of Tonello, which strove to make sustainability in the industry popular and introduced us to technologies like Laser, Batik and the NoStone®.
Tonello, global leader of sustainable finishing technologies, will be present in Exintex, the most important textile fair of Mexico, from the 18th to the 21st of October 2016, showcasing innovations that will transform the Mexican apparel industry towards automation and efficiency. It will also be present at the First Textile Symposium with its latest advances in denim treatment.
Bringing out all the technical potential of a fabric and giving it added value requires machines and technologies that are capable of conveying emotions. And capable of optimizing the performance of each individual garment. In other words, what is needed is truly innovative technology: Core.
More than 12 years ago we launched onto the market Batik. At that time it was still a rudimentary system to create vintage effects on garments, in a semi-automated way. Many years have passed and many tests and improvements have been done. It’s now time to present you Core, that is not the best version of Batik. It’s even more: a new, fundamental step towards the future of finishing. Actually, an innovative technology that works like magic.
High quality and innovation are two words that immediately jump to mind when thinking about Tonello, the Italian brand that, since 1981, has reinvented the way jeans and garments are washed, dyed and finished. With over 7000 machines sold worldwide and a widespread sales network, Tonello is considered the reference point in the garment finishing industry. That’s the reason why the ICHAM — Italian Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam — invited us to take the floor at the upcoming seminar “Italian Technology for Vietnam’s Garment and Textile Industry”.