Compliance

Our primary goal is to support our customers on their corporate responsibility journey by providing high-quality products that comply with international standards of quality, health, and social and environmental issues.

We comply with national and local legislation in the countries where we operate and are proud to hold the following certificates

Quality

ISO 9001:2015: This international quality management system confirms that our products meet customer and applicable statutory and regulatory requirements. We seek to enhance customer satisfaction through managing our system effectively and continuously improving our practices. 

Health and Safety

BS OHSAS 18001: This BSI Group Occupational Health and Safety Management Certification is an international standard providing a framework to manage workplace health and safety risks. Implementing this standard further confirms our commitment to our employee’s health and safety.

Chemical Management

STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®: The STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® is a globally recognised, independent textiles testing and certification system. The fabrics we produce with OEKO-TEX® labelling confirm to our customers that we have tested our fabrics for harmful chemicals.

Sustainable Materials

BETTER COTTON INITIATIVE (BCI): Through the Better Cotton Standard System, BCI aims to take sustainable cotton mainstream by helping farmers to cultivate cotton in a way that is better for people, the environment and their livelihoods. Our factories in Egypt and Turkey became members of the Better Cotton Initiative in 2017.

GOTS Gaining GOTS certification demonstrates the organic status of textiles to consumers. It considers everything from raw materials to product to labelling. The Standard can be applied to textiles made from at least 70% certified organic natural fibres.

GRS We have achieved Global Recycled Standard certification for our Egypt plants, which can be applied to fabrics that are at a minimum of 20% recycled yarn. Our TADWEER plant regenerates recycled fibers and yarns from pre-consumer hard waste, which are then re-used in our fabric production.