As we acknowledge the importance of respecting the planet we live in, committing in turn to being ethically aware, we want to take this awareness a step further, caring for the environment with actions as well as words.
We strongly believe that sustainability is a process that needs to be shared with partners, stakeholders and, ultimately, with final consumers, in the interest of common knowledge and growth. While we keep working to raise the bar, we embrace our responsibility towards accountability and transparency, relying on authoritative third parties to attest our achievements with the promise to never stop learning how to further better ourselves.
ISO 14001 defines the criteria for an environmental management system and creates the framework to follow to set up an environmental management system.
An international certification standard, SA8000 encourages to develop, maintain and apply socially acceptable practices in the workplace.
STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®
STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® attests to the high product’s safety, ensuring it was tested for harmful substances and that it is harmless for human health.
Code of Ethics
Our Code of Ethics expresses the values we believe in and sets all the principles, practices and behaviors that guide us as a reference point for everything we do.
To make explicit what we stand for when it comes to fairness, human rights and Corporate Social Responsibility, for the companies of our Group we aim at issuing Social Reports as a best practice.
Always open to an ongoing improvement within our Group, we want to keep inspiring and engaging employees and partners to share their feedback and observations.
RSL for traceability
Players and brands the world over need to be more and more careful to deliver products free from harmful chemicals. The implementation of a Restricted Substances List (RSL) is an invaluable tool for the entire supply chain as it helps set and monitor specific standards in order to protect people’s health and the environment.
Through LCA we want to assess the environmental footprint of all the stages that go into making our products, from raw materials through processing, production, distribution, and use. This way we obtain – and can provide – an accurate evaluation of the products’ actual impact.