We are very proud
to present this range of images from our wonderful
production units in Tiruppur, Tamil Nadu in India. All
photos has been photographed by DUNS Sweden during our
stay in Tiruppur in August-September 2014.
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 is GOTS Certified (CU
makes all garments in facilities certified by GOTS and controlled by
Control Union in India. We produce all garments in production facilities in India certified by GOTS and controlled
by Control Union. 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).
If you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us! We would
love to tell you everything! 1.
Below you can see the
rolls of organic cotton used to produce the fabric of
DUNS Sweden garments.
The machine is a very interesting piece of equipment and
it is really amazing to see the fabric filling up the
big roll at the very bottom of the machine. The fabric
is in a tube shaped form that needs to be cut open in
a later stage of the production.
3. DUNS Sweden models
showing the rolls in More than a Fling dresses.
If you look closely you can see all the threads going
into the machine. The red light indicates that there are
something that is currently wrong and needs to be
checked! This machine is not moving right now hence all
In this image you can see that there are some red lights
still. When all threads ar OK you can start the machine.
If something happens with any of all the threads during
the actual knitting process the machine stops and the
problem must be solved.
The finished product is rolled up and placed in these
piles for further transport.
We have followed the fabric to the dyeing unit. As you
can see the dyeing process is made in closed containers
where the residue will be filtered before leaving the
Another image from the dyeing process.
During the dyeing process you can watch the fabric
through small glass windows at the top.
Washed, dyed (if that is the case), dried and received
at the printing unit where it has been rolled up.
DUNS Sweden meeting the staff.
12. The machine that looks
like a huge lamp cuts the fabric from the tube shape to
the flat making it ready for the print.
13. Checking the colours
thoroughly. (Here the DUNS Sweden print 'Watermelons')
14. The printing has
started. On the right you can see the rotary screens.
15. Another printing unit.
16. Many different rotary
screens make the print.
17. So we are finally at
the phase of making the different garments.
18. Some part just been cut
19. Some parts are cut by
20. Ready to be an
incredibly nice DUNS Sweden garment!
21. Meet Kanchana!
22. The production unit in
Tiruppur and Sahana making DUNS Sweden Apple Short
26. Only Organic
Cotton is allowed in the unit.
27. All garments are
28. There a several
different stations in the unit. Ironing, sewing...
31. Here the taping comes
into place, a very important part of the production.
32. The three musketeers...
33. We have moved on to the
embroidery. A fantastic machine that requries a very
34. Each part of the
application must be placed exactly correct before the
machine can be started.
35. This is very time
consuming. The machine makes 12 applications at the same
time. It takes about 45 minutes to complete 12 owl
applications, not counting the minutes it takes to place
all the parts that builds the owl or the preparations to
cut all the small parts before you can start.
36. Almost done!
37. Last stiches.
38. Done! 17600 stiches
39. Fantastic staff!!
40. Meet lovely Ambika and
41. Busy street!
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