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Welcome to the Partnership: WEITBLICK GmbH & Co. KG

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08.06.2022

Welcome to the Partnership: WEITBLICK GmbH & Co. KG

We are pleased to welcome Weitblick to the Textiles Partnership.

The new Partnership member from Bavaria has been selling and producing workwear since 1931. The products combine functionality and sustainable design for a variety of industries, including industrial companies and restaurants.

Weitblick produces exclusively in Europe (production sites in the Czech Republic, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Northern Macedonia) and thus keeps transport routes short. In this way, the company reduces CO2 emissions. Standardised and defined production processes ensure that the clothing is manufactured at the highest quality level. This is supported by spatial and organisational proximity with own employees on site.

On its website, the company states: "For Weitblick, responsible activity includes constantly reviewing what risks could arise from its own business activities and all associated processes that could have a negative impact on people and the environment. For us, taking responsibility also means initiating appropriate countermeasures in the event of negative effects and preventing possible damage."

Various certifications are available along the supply chain at product and company level including the Green Button, Made in Green by OEKO-TEX, STANDARD 100 by Oeko-Tex, STeP by OEKO-TEX, Cotton made in Africa, and Supporting Fairtrade Cotton.

Managing Director Felix Blumenauer explains: "We define sustainability as an all-encompassing term and an important component of foresight. Therefore, we tie sustainability management as a staff unit to the management. Through recycled materials and modern design, we aim to implement our values in the products. We attach great importance to a transparent supply chain in order to keep our sustainability promise to customers and ensure high quality."

Find more information about WEITBLICK GmbH & Co. KG on www.weitblick.vision.

Click here for the Weitblick Sustainability Report 2021.