Sewing for the Soil(, an eco-friendly clothing manufacturer, announced it will be showcasing “Eco-friendly Medical Scrubs and Gowns” at the 31st Korea International Medical & Hospital Equipment Show(KIMES) in COEX on Mar. 5-8.

Sewing for the Soil’s eco-friendly medical scrubs and gowns are distinctively designed to provide eco-friendly and luxurious image to the hospital and preserve style of the patients. They are manufactured by bleach and fluorescent-free natural dyeing pocess, and the fabric is made from recycled materials.

Sewing for the Soil is the company which introduced the concept of eco-friendly medical clothes to Korea. It has a technical partnership with Laonzena, Korea’s first mass-natural dyeing technique patented company.

KIMES 2015, Korea’s largest medical equipment and hospital facility exhibition which first opened in 1980, will be introducing the latest and outstanding medical equipment of Korea and around the world.

Especially for this year’s exhibition, there will be more than 100 seminars on medical related policies, trade, liberal arts, new products, economy, and management, along with the newest trend and information in medical industry.

→ Go to KIMES 2015 Special Page