Resuinsa at Host Milano

As a benchmark Spanish firm in the hospitality textile sector, Resuinsa is set to take part at the Host Milano trade fair, competing with the best Italian design companies on their home turf. The company will have its own stand (R 28, P 11) in the textile, furniture and decoration pavilion at the event running from 18th to 22nd October.

Thanks to our real R&D&i investment, we have lots of innovative projects to offer linked to improving day-to-day operations in the sector. Our rigorous research is fully audited and receives support from the Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI), as well as European Funding (ERDF). Our ongoing commitment to R&D&i has led to our being awarded the Sello Pyme Innovadora seal—certification granted by the Ministry of Science and Innovation to firms that develop innovation projects.

One major technological innovation to come from our research work and set to be presented at Host Milano is Indanthren digital printing. This development represents a real revolution for the sector, opening up a wide range of possible designs and colours and meaning textiles can be tailored for each establishment with exclusive designs.

We will also be introducing our new design range at the Milan trade fair—the home base for our specialised Italian competitors. One trend will be tailored services where textiles match the atmosphere and ambience each establishment wishes to convey. The Atelier by Carmela Martí service at Resuinsa offers advice for designing unique textile products that perfectly combine with the décor and identity of any space.

All these new products will be on display at a stand we have fashioned from recycles materials. In this sense, the company continues to follow the sustainability policy it introduced two decades ago that runs across its entire manufacturing process. Over the years, we have shown an ongoing commitment to taking special care of the natural environment. For example, our new recently introduced packaging system cuts annual plastic use by around 60%.

Our stand is visible proof of our environmental commitment—a stance that has been endorsed by the many certificates we have been awarded. These include STeP certification that comprises an exhaustive assessment of six areas to guarantee sustainable production.