FULL TRANSPARENCY | FULL
When we started this company in 2007 we had three catchwords that
permeated the development; organic,
unisex and unique.
We are always completely transparent concerning our production and
working conditions. We are very proud to show you the wonderful
production units in India and it is a real pleasure to visit the staff!
DUNS Sweden makes all garments in facilities certified by GOTS and controlled
by Control Union in India and Turkey. All employees have a salary that exceeds the Living
Wage for India with approximately 20%. (Read
more on Living Wage) Working days are between 9 and 5.
Overtime is paid and volontary. If the heat is to strong the working
hours are adjusted. The unit has 20 permanent employees and 25 floating
(meaning they have special knowledge and work in different units
depending on if their expertice is needed). Please note that we are in
the process of getting a DUNS Sweden unique GOTS number, to ensure that
we will not undermine the GOTS certification system. Hence all the GOTS
logos are temporarily removed from the site to avoid any
misunderstandings. The certifikation process is under way and we will
hopefully have everything up bu late August.
If you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us! We would
love to tell you everything!
We use the following GOTS certified production facilities:
- SREE KANAGA DURGAA TEXTILE in
Tiruppur, Tamil Nadu, India - with the GOTS certification number:
all our garments and beddings.
- B-B TEKSTIL in Istanbul, Turkey - with the GOTS certifikation
all our socks and pantyhoses
- AKPAMUK IPLIK in Usak, Turkey - with the GOTS certifikation
PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT THE PRODUCTION!
(Photos by Andreas Claeson and Christin
Kers in Tiruppur in August and September 2014)
The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) is recognised as the world's
leading processing standard for textiles made from organic fibres. It
defines high-level environmental criteria along the entire organic
textiles supply chain and requires compliance with social criteria as
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