Sustainable and responsible work is becoming a highly important factor of success in the textile industry. Not only has consumer awareness shifted significantly, but also from a business perspective, textile companies are increasingly focusing on a sensible, careful handling of resources. But only when ecological, social and economic aspects interrelate in the right way, will the benefits of sustainability and the associated cost savings become visible. To use sustainability as a success factor, we define Corporate Social Responsibility under the following aspects:

  • Multiple use of packaging materials such as films, cardboard or pallets as well as hangers
  • Gentle handling of equipment
  • Processing of goods, e.g. rectification of defects, so that the goods are reliably put into a marketable condition
  • Avoiding long and cost-intensive return transports to the manufacturer by processing goods
  • Saving of disposal costs
  • Digitalization
  • State-of-the-art textile logistics area for optimum workflows
  • Fair working conditions
  • Waste separation regarding recyclable materials
  • Latest LED technology on all operating surfaces