C&A Mode GmbH & Co.KG
Unternehmen (Marken/ Handel)
Wannheimer Straße 70, 40468 Düsseldorf
Bangladesch, China Volksrepublik, Kambodscha
C&A is a family-owned, leading fashion-retail business, with more than 60,000 employees and 2,000 stores in 22 countries worldwide. With more than 2.5 million visitors each day, C&A offers affordable fashion for the entire family. C&A has been at the forefront of consumer-oriented innovation since 1841, and has helped to define the way people buy their clothes.
This has most notably been achieved by meeting the true needs of every customer and by developing more sustainable business practices. This includes the ambition to create more sustainable products, a more sustainable supply chain, as well as optimizing operations to have a positive effect on people’s lives by contributing to sustainable livelihoods. For this commitment, C&A regularly wins prizes and awards covering the full range of its activities.
By putting people and planet first, C&A is creating fashion with a positive impact.
For more information see www.c-a.com
At C&A, we believe everyone should be able to look and feel good every day, without compromising the quality of life of those who make our clothes, or the planet we source from. We want our customers to trust us to do the right thing, so they can buy our products without having to choose between what’s sustainable and what’s not. We are working towards a vision of the new normal – where sustainability is just another word for normal. To achieve our vision of fashion with a positive impact, our sustainability work is focused on the areas that are most relevant to our business and where we can have the biggest impact – our products, our supply chain and people’s lives.
More information about our strategy and achievements so far, visit our Sustainability Report 2017: http://sustainability.c-and-a.com
ACCORD on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh, ACT (Action, Collaboration, Transformation), Better Cotton Initiative (BCI), Cradle to Cradle (Gold Standard) für Textilien, Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI), Fur Free Retailer, Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), Global Recycled Standard, STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX, Sustainable Apparel Coalition (SAC), UN Global Compact/Deutsches Global Compact Netzwerk (DGCN), Responsible Down Standard, ZDHC, Canopy, CE100, Textile Exchange, Fashion for Good, Organic Cotton Accelerator