There has been great interest in proceeding with the textile mill after presentations at the conference Dakofa on the 7th of February and after participation in conferences and meetings at Christiansborg in recent times with a lot of attention from interested parties.
“UFF-Humana and more companies, including CPH Living, the trade association avfall Sweden took immediately contact with me for a long chat about the future developments of the textile mill. They interviewed me about the project and were keen to continue the dialogue on a common Nordic or northern European cooperation on textile mill. I was contacted by UFF-Humana and other companies, including CPH Living, where they wanted me to tell more about the possibilities of a continuing textile mill project, “says project manager Isabella Holmgaard from Lifestyle & Design Cluster, which sees good opportunities for a continued development of the textile mill.
The technological development of an automatic personalization unit is now completed and preliminary tests look very promising. In the coming months tested machine interaction with the other components of a textile mill and the project has been extended for six months and end in summer 2017.