We are a pioneer in sustainable manufacturing. Our sustainability efforts are driven by digitization, ecological cognizance, productivity, innovation, and adaptability. We have a three-pronged mechanism for addressing sustainability: environmental friendliness, and usage of recyclable materials into its daily operations.

Our commitment to environmental friendliness is multi-faceted. We have one of the largest privately-owned water treatment plants in the country where it researches how to recycle wastewater. Our factories use environmentally friendly chemicals that adhere to ZDHC (Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals) guidelines, to promote sustainable manufacturing.

We have prioritized conserving resources. To conserve energy and maximize efficiency, we made the switch to LED lights from CFL lights and from clutch motors to servo motors in all of our factories and offices. Additionally, our operations utilize waste heat from factory power generation and use it to power air-conditioning and cooling units. Our energy conservation initiatives extend to our dyeing houses as well, as a part of the International Finance Corporation’s (IFC) PaCT program.

CSR Policy:

We have mainstreamed corporate social responsibility into our operations and chooses to holistically develop our employees. Some of our initiatives are planting 1000+ trees a year, providing safe drinking water and on-premises medical facilities for all staff and family and daycare centers which have certified childcare givers for working mothers. We also organize wellbeing training sessions focused on financial literacy and nutrition of our employees as a regular practice. We are determined to invest in our people. Along with the support from the International Labor Organization (ILO), we have jointly developed a wage management system called the Fair Wage Method to address wage disparity challenges in the global garment manufacturing sector. We do not see these works just as corporate social responsibility but as a way to develop the community and the larger global sector.

  • Medical room with available full-time doctors and nurses
  • Day-care center staffed with certified child caregivers.
  • Dining hall and canteen wherein employees can have their lunch and snacks.
  • Separated prayer rooms for men and women.
  • Safe drinking water dispensers available throughout the factory premises.
  • Female welfare officers providing consultancy and employee awareness.
  • Workers Participatory Committee for worker counseling and grievance handling
  • Dedicated Learning Center which provides training programs for unskilled people as well as upskilling training for sewing operators, helpers, and quality inspectors.
  • C-TPAT (Customs-Trade Partnership against Terrorism) maintenance that includes a sufficient number of security guards at all visitor and vehicle checkpoints as well as having the premises protected with high fencing and CCTV surveillance.