wHERE DO YOU PRODUCE?
In Denmark and Poland. If requested we can produce in either Denmark or Poland.
Do you have a stock?
No. We want to accommodate our customers request regarding design and color, and with our wish to minimize waste we have chosen not to have a stock.
Do you have a sample stock?
Yes. We can offer our customers meters for prototyping.
Do you have a color card?
No. Our customers can freely choose their own color, by a Pantone-reference or a color cut. On these color requests we make lab dips for our customers’ approval.
What are your minimum order quantities?
Our MOQ differs depending on the quality, these are the general MOQ: Basic textiles: Sample quantity: 150-300 m, Production quantity: 300 m Fashion textiles: Sample quantity: 60-100 m, Production quantity: 300 m Sportwool and performance textiles: Sample quantity: 80-200 m, Production quantity: 300-600 m
On our spacer and warp knit textiles our MOQ differs depending on the quantity. MOQ’s are given on a requested article.
Which types of yarn do you normally use?
In some cases due to customization we can also offer other types of yarn and fibers.
We do also offer GOTS yarn by request, but we do not offer a GOTS dyeing process.
What is CDPL?
CDPL stands for: Cationic Dyed Polyester. This certain type of polyester is made to be dyed at a lower degree. We use it for our sportwool, as it does not damage the wool
Which types of certifications do you have?
Oekotex 100 & Oekotex 100 Spacer Fabrics
Which environmental demands do you follow?
REACH Declaration for SVHC & Oekotex 100
What type of tests do you do?
All tests are compared to in house standards
Test that we can make in house:
What type of treatments can you offer?
Hydrophilic (Moisture wicking)
Hydrophobic (Water repellant)
Special treatments can be requested for a given article, for example zeroF.
Do you offer dyeing without APEO and PFC?
Yes we do, please note that in your request.
What is your view on wool production and sheep welfare?
We do only use non-mulesed wool in our textiles. We have a legal signed document from our suppliers, that declares that they do not use mulesed wool. There is no certification for mulesing-free wool yet – we follow Responsible Wool Standard’s work in creating a new international certification for responsible wool production and the welfare of sheep: http://responsiblewool.org/ All of our wool origins from either Australia, New Zealand, Tasmania or South Africa. All of our wool is superwash and can be washed at 40 degrees on a wool program.
What is sportwool?
We are one of two official sportwool manufacturers. The Woolmark Company has allowed us to use the brand name sportwool, and we are proud to produce these technical textiles.