Tricorp was founded in 1998 and the company currently employs over 70 people. The aim is to design and produce the best workwear for everyone in the workplace, helping them to make the most of every working day. For many years, Tricorp has been the market leader in workwear. And understands that modern workwear must offer more than just functionality and high quality, it must also meet all regulations and standards.
Tricorp, a well-known Dutch brand, has launched its new RE2050 range, which uses pre-consumer and post-consumer waste as the main raw material, with T-shirts and polo shirts treated with Polygiene Biostatic™ Keep Fresh technology to help sustainability.
Polygiene® technology treats textiles to keep clothes fresh and odor-free by inhibiting the growth of bacteria on the surface of the fabric, allowing them to be worn and rewashed multiple times, thus extending the life of the product. This fits perfectly with Polygiene’s vision – from FMCG to durable goods, we redefine the way clothing is consumed.
Tricorp has developed a goal of achieving 100% recyclable workwear, for example, by setting up a recycling program where they collect all kinds of old workwear and then reuse it. In addition, as a member of the Fair Wear Foundation (FWF), their goal is to improve working conditions in the apparel industry.
The company says: “At Tricorp, our goal is to continue to progress, innovate and be at the forefront of the workwear market while providing consumers with the best fit in a sustainable and safe manner. This is one of the reasons why Polygiene and Tricorp have partnered to take our products to the next level: to keep them fresh and odor-free and to extend their lifespan.
In addition, on December 6-7, Polygiene’s Commercial Director for Greater China, Danfeng Zhu, will be at the WORKSHOP Technology Zone at PERFORMANCE DAYS Shanghai to talk about using environmentally friendly and gentle technology to keep clothes fresh and odor-free by inhibiting bacteria from multiplying on the surface of clothes, resulting in more wear and less wash.