Mission & Values

We are focused on the constant search for customer satisfaction, considering the importance of betting on innovation, choosing reliable partners and transmitting it, contributing knowledge, transparency and rigor. We intend to be constantly improving the products in order to obtain more and more positive results.

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Promote equal opportunities and development on Economic, Social and Environmental content.
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We strongly believe only hard workand excellence can lead us to better results.
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Innovation and add value within the different areas of business on a continuous improvement platform.
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Continuous development and skills of our staff.
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Established on integrity, honesty, fair trade and business rules in the sector.
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Straight and open relationship internal and with all partners.

We want our organization to become a leader standing out for excellence in processes, services and products. We look forward to the future with optimism and a strong sense of responsibility, in accordance with the highest standards of conduct and social responsibility.



GOTS certification guarantees the status of organic textiles from the raw material harvest through environmental and socially responsible production to labeling. It covers the processing, manufacture, packaging, labeling, marketing and distribution of all textile products manufactured from at least 70% certified natural organic fibers.

STeP (Sustainable Textile Production) is an international certification system for manufacturers, retailers and brands in the textile supply chain, who wish to communicate to consumers and the market their sustainable production results in a transparent, credible and clear. This certification, specifically addressed to the textile and garment industry, is applicable to production facilities of all stages of textile processing, from fiber production, spinning, weaving, knitting to finishing and confection.

OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 is an international, consistent certification system for raw materials, intermediate and final products of the textile sector at all stages of processing. It is a guarantee of products free of substances harmful to human health. According to the standard STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX, Annex 4, Class I and Class II products, it was purchased that the human ecology requirements of STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX were met. In class I are textiles and toys in textile materials for babies and children up to 3 years old (underwear, babygrows, bedding, stufed animals, etc.). In class II, textiles are defined in which a large part of the surface comes into contact with the skin (underwear, shirts, blouses, T-shirts, bedding, etc.).

SA 8000 certification addresses issues such as slave and child labor, occupational health and safety, freedom of association and collective bargaining, discrimination, disciplinary practices, working hours, compensation and management systems.

The certification of the quality management system (QMS), according to the ISO 9001 standard, is the recognition by an external and independent entity that the organization ensures the conformity of its products and/or services, the satisfaction of its customers and continuous improvement.

The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) is the world's leading sustainability initiative for cotton. The objective is to make cotton better for its farmers, always focused on preserving the environment.

The GRS certification not only guarantees that the product contains at least 20% recycled raw material, but also ensures sustainable production, the absence of chemicals harmful to the environment and ethical working conditions.

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