Thursday, 30 October 2008

Garment Industries of the world, Textiles and Dry Cleaning

Post number 18

As long as dry cleaning services do not fulfil customer expectations and demands, growth and expansion in textiles and garment industries will continue to suffer.

It is good on paper that precious research funds are spent to come up with innovative ideas to wash pashmina, merino, cashmere, alpaca, angora, silk, cotton and linen at home. But in the cash rich time poor industrialised world, customers don’t have time to wash, dry and iron at home. After care can only be provided through dry cleaning. Also, commercial washing of garments in these fibres are impractical and commercially not cost effective, and that is why no one come up with the technology.

The cash poor but time rich world who has the time to hand/machine wash, dry and iron, don’t have the cash to buy western style clothes in the fibres mentioned even if they wanted to.

These are the reasons that demand for garments of fine natural fibres is suppressed and will remain so until such time that a dry cleaning regime fit for purpose is designed and marketed. CCCC is such a system that has re engineered existing dry cleaning practises. Blog http://seachangeindrycleaning sheds light. Become a Facebook friend subsequent to which you will meet our agent who will supply you with a copy of our discussion document (draft of a business plan) for more detailed insight in view of becoming business/technology partners and investors.

Mohammad Karim Ahmadzai,
Founder, CleanestClean Clothes Care (CCCC) Limited


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