For designers and manufacturers who are going the extra mile to ensure their products are more environmentally friendly, it makes sense to let consumers know about their efforts through the use of labels and tags.
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) January 15, 2019
A December 29 article in The Guardian reports on a possible upcoming shift in clothing purchase trends – shifting from single-use or cheaply manufactured clothing to more sustainable fabrics with greater durability. The article quotes fashion insiders who forecast that, with increasing criticism of the industry’s contribution to global warming, the trend will be towards more sustainable products that won’t move quickly from the rack to the landfill. Los Angeles based label and tag manufacturer Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc. says that many eco-conscious consumers are moving away from single-use plastics and non-recyclables in other areas, and are heeding the words of environmental groups that are growing increasingly critical of the fashion industry’s carbon footprint. Therefore, for designers and manufacturers who are going the extra mile to ensure their products are more environmentally friendly, it makes sense to let consumers know about their efforts through the use of labels and tags.
This is important, says Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc. because fashion producers in certain markets have noted a change in consumer purchasing trends based on environmental awareness and other factors. Producers need a large range of fabric labels and tags to let consumers know about the decisions their most avid customers are likely to support. The firm notes that more people across the political and social spectrum are taking note of the effect that their purchasing habits have on the world around them. The firm notes that hang tags and labels can help spread information and branding messages about green practices, products that are made in the USA or using fair trade practices, and also religious and philosophical leanings that may make consumers from various affinity groups feel better about a given garment or an entire line.
Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling says their labels and tags inform consumers about the philosophical and ethical attitude the company is taking. Whether it is a green-minded approach that focuses on minimizing the carbon footprint and overall sustainability of a product; a commitment to fair trade practices or to build the United States economy by keeping manufacturing inside the country; or a religious, political, or cultural affinity group, Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc. strongly suggests that labels and tags large and small are crucial in getting consumers to notice and relate to a given product.
Designers and textile producers who want more information about the fabric labels and tags available through Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc. are invited to visit the firm online at https://www.fabriclabels.com/ or call 213-746-7772.