Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Connected to BSCI

BSCI is an initiative open to retailers, importers and brands engaged in improving working conditions in their global supply chain. The initiative is working to support buying companies to integrate the BSCI Code of Conduct into the heart of their business practices and develop their supply chain while respecting labour rights. Click here to read more

OEKO-TEX with certification number

The STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® is a worldwide consistent, independent testing and certification system for raw, semi-finished, and finished textile products at all processing levels, as well as accessory materials used. Click here to read more

Textile Exchange

Textile Exchange is a global nonprofit organization that works to make the textile industry more sustainable. The organization is working to help the textile world make better decisions to not only reducing harm to the environment but also bringing about positive change. Click here to read more

Clean Shipping Network

The index offers environmental ranking for ships and entire carriers based on their performances in levels of emission of CO2, NOx, SOx and particule matter.

ISO Certifications

All companies and organizations can be more efficient and thus more productive or profitable. The prerequisite is that the organization keep track of their processes and work systematically utilizing monitoring and improvement as tools. A standardized management system, such as a system for quality or the environment, is the rule that enables indispensable support for this work. Click here to read more


Fairtrade is an independent product labeling and guarantee that a product meets international Fairtrade Standards. Sales of Fairtrade-labeled products creates conditions for farmers and workers in developing countries to improve their working and living conditions. Click here to read more


BlueSign is a standard for environmental certification of textile production. The standard was drawn up initially as a project in 1997 and in 2000 Bluesign technologies was formed. Our transfer printing is completely PVC-free. This in turn means e.g. that we do not have any harmful plasticizers such as phthalates. These transfers’ pressures are the only transfer the factory in the world that is Bluesign certified. Click here to read more


Kemikaliegruppen works with dissemination of the latest in chemical and environmental issues to members in the textile and electronics industry. The purpose of the group is to provide legal and other information on chemicals readily understandable. Click here to read more

Global Organic Textile Standard

International environmental labeling of natural fiber. Regulates the restriction of hazardous substances and emissions throughout the production chain. Certification is based on two main principles. Natural fibers must be certified organic according to EU directives and required controls throughout the production chain of organic cotton. Each process step (spinning, weaving / knitting, processing, etc.) must meet specific criteria, where the greatest possible respect for the environment is taken in consideration at every step. Click to read here

Nordic Ecolabel

The Nordic Ecolabel for natural fibers, synthetic fibers and recycled fibers. Requirements for organic cultivation of natural fiber. Harsh climate and environmental requirements as well as requirements on function and quality. Requirement to each country's labor laws must be followed. Click here to read more

CE marking

The letters CE stands for Conformité Européenne ('in accordance with EC Directive'). A product with the CE mark may be sold in the EEA without further requirements. The conditions to obtain the CE mark a product is to: product complies with the essential requirements such as health, safety, function, environment, and that the prescribed inspection procedure has been followed.