Sustainability – Conservation of resources – Reduction of CO2 footprint
– big words and good intentions to protect our environment while making operations more sustainable. Heytex takes a revolutionary first step in its technical textiles and now uses recycled yarns in truck and trailer tarpaulins.
Overall, the use of recycled yarns in the production of truck tarpaulins is a new, important step towards sustainability in the logistics industry. It shows that it is possible to conserve resources, reduce waste and at the same time manufacture high-quality products.
Made in Germany – Heytex manufactures its coated and calendered technical textiles 100% in Germany – keeping our delivery routes and ecological footprint as low as possible.
Use of sustainable materials: recycled polyesters help reduce the consumption of natural resources and minimize the carbon footprint of the products.
Energy efficiency in production: The production of technical textiles often requires high energy consumption. By using energy-efficient production methods and using renewable energy sources, we reduce our CO2 emissions
Durability and reusability: technical textiles are durable and should be able to be reused. Durability significantly reduces waste.
Recycling and waste management: we strive to make our technical textiles recyclable and work to make our various processes and procedures recyclable. Effective waste management and reuse of materials also helps to reduce waste and carbon footprint.
Social responsibility: Promoting fair working conditions and equality, supporting local communities and increasing focus on e-mobility and corporate benefits are also important aspects of sustainability.