Where yarn becomes quality fabric
Our yarn arriving from the U.S.A. is loaded onto knitting machines and turned into rolls of fabric. Then the fabric gets rinsed, dyed and stabilized in our dye jets. The fabric is dried and compressed to the right density. Finally, the fabric is cut using small robots or cookie-cutters that creates the different parts of the garment that will then be sewn together.
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Good to know
100% of our wastewaters generated from our textile facilities in Honduras and the Dominican Republic are treated using biological systems to eliminate all dyes and chemicals.
40% of our energy needs in our textiles facilities are generated from biomass renewable energy for steam, heat and air conditioning.