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Texcyle adopts sustainability with Bio elastane in the socks industry

Texcyle, an Indian socks supplier launches ground-breaking bio-elastane socks, pioneering sustainability in the global socks market.

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Texcyle, a pioneering Indian sock supplier, officially launches into the global market, proudly introducing the first-ever use of Bio-Elastane in the production of socks. Founded in 2023 by Raunak Hasnani, an ambitious entrepreneur with a passion for revolutionizing the sock industry, Texcyle is committed to producing 100% organic socks and partnering with brands dedicated to sustainable and ethical practices.

Texcyle’s mission goes beyond just providing socks; it aims to eliminate greenwashing claims in the fashion industry by offering a transparent and eco-friendly manufacturing process. The company’s unique selling point lies in its dedication to a low carbon footprint, top-notch quality, and customization services.

The socks produced by Texcyle are crafted from a combination of Organic Cotton, Recycled Polyester, and revolutionary Bio-Elastane, making them pioneers of low-carbon footprint socks. The company ensures a sustainable manufacturing process from start to end by sourcing ethical and certified materials. Texcyle has also taken a bold step towards sustainability by eliminating all virgin plastic packaging for shipping and distribution and replacing it with eco-friendly alternatives such as recycled paper, cotton, and compostable plastic.

Texcyle operates on a B2B model, collaborating with eco-conscious retailers, sustainable fashion brands, and companies committed to promoting ethical practices. The company provides custom sock design services, allowing businesses to incorporate their identity while adhering to their sustainability goals.

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“What sets Texcyle apart is our unwavering commitment to sustainability, quality, and customization,” says Raunak Hasnani, CEO of Texcyle. “We’re not just selling socks; we’re selling a vision of a greener, more sustainable fashion world. We invite businesses who share our vision to join us in this journey.”

Texcyle’s dedication to ethical practices and environmental sustainability makes it stand out in the socks industry. The company aims to inspire positive change by collaborating with like-minded businesses and individuals who prioritize clean sourcing.

By choosing Texcyle, brands are not only sourcing stocks but also doing their share of responsibility. Join the Texcyle movement for a greener future. For additional information about Texcyle and its sustainable organic socks, please visit:

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