While the environment is now at the heart of our daily concerns, the responsibility of companies to take part, at their level, in the challenges of sustainable development, has become obvious to CTI. We therefore naturally place our CSR approach at the heart of our efforts.
Through the provision of products with a low environmental impact.
By maintaining genuine partnerships with our suppliers and subcontractors, as they are essential players in our business.
By placing employees at the heart of our organization.
We are working with our suppliers on DETOX to help them control their pollution because we care about other countries.
We are working on a system for sorting packaging waste.
In future collections, we plan to increase the use of GOTS-certified, organic and recycled cotton products.
We have recently launched our first GOTS certified sets. Our goal is to develop other products with this label in order to sensitize our customers to consume better and more responsibly.
We strive to shorten our chain as much as possible
and to source from nearby imports in order to reduce the carbon impact.
We favor recycled materials to reduce the use of plastic and cardboard. We are committed to the FSC label in order to promote responsible forest management and to actively monitor legal and normative requirements in order to market products that comply with regulations.
We require our suppliers to be OEKOTEX certified.
We ask them to commit to respecting toxicological regulations: Reach, POPs, etc.
Our stakeholders are also involved in the choice of suppliers through audits, where they are evaluated according to strict specifications. The objective is to ensure that our partners respect all social and environmental standards.
We carry out audits to ensure that our suppliers respect our specifications.
We have joined the BSCI initiative whose commitment is to improve working conditions throughout the production and supply chain.
We are associated with the BCI approach in order to protect small farmers, improve their working conditions and adopt sustainable practices, particularly with regard to water.