The factories with which we collaborate and we have built solid partnerships with, meet high production standards, allowing us to manufacture different types of goods.
The production sites we use are verified, certified, and constantly monitored by us, in compliance with the labour policies of the countries in which they operate.
Our high corporate standards are backed by compliance certifications and documents.
Our production locations:
Cambodia is a member state of the United Nations, the World Bank, and the International Monetary Fund. It is part of the Asian Development Bank and ASEAN and has participated in the WTO since 2004.
Our local partners are located in the immediate vicinity of the country’s political and economic capital, Phnom Penh, in the south-eastern part of the country. With approximately three million inhabitants, Phnom Penh is the country’s largest commercial and cultural centre.
The climate is warm-tropical, with a rainy season (May/November) and a dry season (November/April). Our partners are equipped with “DRY ROOMS” to keep the garments at a controlled temperature/humidity, thus safeguarding and preserving the quality.
Over 90% of the population is Buddhist, with great importance given to religious and cultural aspects. Cambodia’s three major holidays are the Khmer New Year in April, Pchum Ben (Ancestors’ Day) in September, and Bon Om Touk (the Cambodian Water Festival) in November.
Yangon is the largest city and primary commercial centre of Myanmar, of which it was the capital until 2005. It is located in the southern part of this predominantly Buddhist country and, with five million inhabitants, is experiencing major economic development in all sectors. Our partners are located in the immediate vicinity of the city, allowing for a quick daily commute.
The climate is typically tropical, with a rainy season from mid-May to October and a hot pre-monsoon season from mid-February to early or mid-May. Our partners are equipped with “DRY ROOMS” to keep the garments at a controlled temperature/humidity, safeguarding and preserving their quality.
Despite the military coup carried out in February 2021, which was followed by numerous protests by the local population that garnered international attention, the current situation in Myanmar can be considered “stable and under control”, despite remaining under the leadership of a military regime.
Among the most important holidays is the Burmese New Year, which typically takes place in mid-April. This is a Buddhist festival celebrated over a period of four or five days, culminating in the New Year.
Dalian is a city in northern China, located in the Liaoning province, with a year-round ice-free port that is also the third most important in all of China.
In 1984 the Chinese government granted the city the status of “Special Economic Zone”, allowing it to receive significant funding from abroad and leading it to be increasingly regarded as a favourable place to invest.
Dalian’s climate is continental, with cold, dry winters and hot, rainy summers. Most of the rainfall occurs from May to September, with the peak between July and August. Since winters are dry, snowfall is quite rare.
Major Chinese holidays include the Lunar New Year, Tomb Sweeping Day, the Dragon Boat Festival, and the Moon Festival.
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