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Our factories shall use energy from renewable sources, such as wind or solar. Our dyeing facilities shall use equipment resulting in a 20% less energy consumption as well as re-using 50% of the water, whilst the remaining 50% is purified.

Production Process

The production process of our stockings contains several steps to transform raw materials to a finalised product. In some cases, all steps are performed in-house, but sometimes the products have to be sent between different factories.

1. Our production facility orders the raw material needed from a certified yarn producer.

2. The production facility knits the material into a full product. 

3. The production facility sends the products to a dyeing facility or uses one in-house.

4. The dyeing facility sends the products to the packing facility.

5. The packing facility sends the products back to the production facility.

6. The main production facility distributes the packed products to our warehouse in Sweden. 

 7. The products arrive at our warehouse in Köping, Sweden. 

Supply Chain

The production supply chain is devided into four different tiers. The different tiers are according to industry standard and they facilitating the mapping and reporting of our impact. We are implementing a system where we can measure and identify areas of impact. The system Bcome will be up and running in 2023.

Tier 4. Raw Material Extraction
Extraction of raw material

Tier 3. Raw Material Processing
Processing of raw materials into yarns

Tier 2. Material Production
Production and finishing of materials

Tier 1. Finished Production Assembly
Manufacturing of final product

Knitting and Dyeing

Our products are knitted in Italy, not only because the Italians have been producing high quality hosiery for a long time, but also because the factories we work with have extremely high ethical, social and environmental standards. 

In the knitting stage, the yarn is considered “raw” since it's not dyed yet. The dyeing facilities are located next to the knitting facilities, and the dyes used are vegan and OEKO-TEX certified.

The dyeing facilities are able to consume 20% less energy than a conventional process, and the equipment runs on a combination of natural gas and solar energy. They are also able to re-use 50% of the water in the dyeing process, and the remaining 50% is purified.

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