Textile and apparel industries have many complicated activities and challenges involved in the course of its operation. Their operation incurs heavy expenditure to the manufacturers. Many textile and apparel industries have implemented ISO standards to lower its operating costs and improve the quality of its output, ultimately increasing the level of customer satisfaction. Guangdong Kaidi Garments Co.,Ltd philosophy is to let everyone have a set of high quality home wear.
ISO standards enable the industry to enhance the quality of raw material input, thereby strengthening the quality of the ultimate product. This will result in a systematic approach to management, incessant performance improvement, factual approach towards the decision making process, and a mutually benefiting suppliers relationship. Thus is helps the manufacturers in ‘Weaving a Quality Industry’.
BSCI is a common European platform of retailers, industry, and importing companies for monitoring and involving social standards in supplier countries for all the consumer goods. The Business Social Compliance Initiative was officially launched on Nov 30 in 2004. Guangdong Kaidi Garments Co., Ltd is the first company have the BSCI License in Chaoshan District which means we pay lots of attention in the apparel quality. It represents the coordinated effort by the European retail industry to implement the harmonized code of conduct voluntarily, and it improves working conditions in supplier countries.
According to The Circular Economy, 2019 stated out that Globally, the textile industry is often seen as a polluting industry with severe negative impacts on the environment due to the combined:
The CE mark indicates that the product may be sold freely in any part of the European Economic Area, regardless of its country of origin. It consists of the CE logo and, if applicable, the four digit identification number of the notified body involved in the conformity assessment procedure. “CE” is the abbreviation of “conformité européenne” (French for “European conformity”)
Overall, introducing CE principles in the textile industry, and in most manufacturing industries for that matter, would induce more sustainability in this sector by keeping products (and thus resources) in circulation in the economy, reducing the share of short-lived items and gradually placing them with long-lived ones.