GREEN SEAM: Environmentally friendly products – ecological and fair
A&R Insights GREEN SEAM: Environmentally friendly products – ecological and fair
It is our claim to always offer our customers the best solution. In doing so, we rely on innovative and future-proof manufacturing methods and materials, where we not only consider costs and efficiency but also compatibility with our environment.
GREEN SEAM is our new label for precisely these sustainable product development concepts. It stands for the consistent implementation of the green A&R corporate philosophy. Our goal is to protect nature and the environment and to preserve our living space through
- environmentally friendly textiles
- long-lasting products
- social responsibility.
Why GREEN SEAM?
The clothing industry is setting an example for us with countless eco-labels. The green idea can also be anchored in the production of industrial textiles. It is our intention to raise and strengthen this awareness among our customers.
We want to implement GREEN SEAM in an uncomplicated way and without a lot of bureaucratic work – using practical approaches in production and with the materials used.
GREEN SEAM – actually it’s quite simple!
We meet our customers where they are today. Some of them share our philosophy but consider “green” to be synonymous with expensive, which need not be the case at all. Others are one step ahead and pursue a sustainability strategy themselves. This is where GREEN SEAM offers itself as another building block.
A&R is usually directly involved in a product’s development process. This enables us to inform our customers at an early stage about environmentally friendly textiles and resource-conserving manufacturing methods, and to show them green alternatives.
The circle closes with the end customer holding a fairly produced and environmentally friendly product in their hands – identified by the GREEN SEAM label, if so required.
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