Healthy and sustainable textiles and work clothes contribute to the well-being of staff while at the same time reducing the global CO2 emissions.
A German company offers textiles and working clothes made from natural fibres and with sustainable dyes for staff in hospitals and care homes. The clothes contain 97% natural fibres, i.e., cotton and cellulose. These natural fibres increase the wearing comfort and optimise the body temperature balance on the one hand. On the other hand the clothes washing process is shortened and no microplastics are released into the environment.
The company's product portfolio includes:
- Lab coats
- Trousers with and without zipper
- Polo shirts
The customer may choose a colour for the products. Individual design requirements can be implemented.
The German company values the planet and the workers along their supply chain. Thus they avoid synthetic fibre, pesticides, gene manipulation and other chemicals.
The materials used are sourced and processed in India in compliance with fair trade certification. Within the schemes training programmes to qualify young women are implemented. In order to be sustainable 92% of the process water in the weaving mills is recycled. Furthermore solar energy is used to power the production process.
Distribution partners or commercial agents who believe in fair trade and sustainability are sought. It would be ideal if the partner had good contacts to the target group as well as to laundries, that rent out working clothing.