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Trees and Cliff

Sustainability Development

We consider the strategic incorporation of sustainability into our core business operations crucial to fulfilling our commitment to sustainability. Aligning it with our corporate strategy, we tailor our business processes and initiatives accordingly, ensuring the seamless integration of sustainability management. To facilitate and propel this endeavor, we empower our team to embrace sustainable practices through strategic guidance and procedural frameworks.

Empower Our Partners


Responsible Sourcing

Selecting suppliers that adhere to ethical and sustainable practices, such as fair labor standards, environmental stewardship, and animal welfare, including: 

  • Fair wages and benefits for workers

  • Safe and healthy working conditions

  • No child labor or forced labor

  • Respect for freedom of association and collective bargaining rights

  • Non-discrimination and equal opportunities for all employees


Transparency and Accountability

We believe in transparency and accountability throughout our supply chain. Through regular audits, monitoring, and collaboration with stakeholders, we strive to identify areas for improvement and implement corrective actions to address any shortcomings. Our goal is to create a supply chain that is not only socially compliant but also sustainable and resilient.​

  • DIsclosure Requriement

  • Audit and Monitoring Procedures


Sustainable Product Design

Collaborating with suppliers to design products that minimize environmental impact throughout their lifecycle, from sourcing of materials to end-of-life disposal, including: 

  • Material Selection: Choose sustainable and eco-friendly materials. For example, Prioritize textile materials that are certified by recognized standards such as Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), OEKO-TEX Standard 100, or Bluesign. For electronics, Prioritize materials that are free from hazardous substances and comply with regulations such as the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directive.

  • Packaging and Transportation: Use eco-friendly packaging materials for electronics packaging, such as recycled or recyclable packaging

  • Waste Reduction: Desiging products with minimal waste in mind, optimizing manufacturing processes to reduce material waste, and implementing recycling and upcyling initiatives to divert waste from landfills. 


Capacity Building and Continous Improvement

Providing support and resources to suppliers to help them improve their sustainability performance, such as training programs, access to technology, and financial assistance.

  • Code of Conduct Training

  • Quality Standards Training

  • Compliance Training

  • Environmental Management Training

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