Chargeurs launches responsibly made interlinings and inner components

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2021-03-10 12:12:14 – France

Chargeurs, the global interlinings manufacturer has announced the launch of Sustainable 360 which is the next step in their sustainability efforts. Sustainable 360 reflects the 147-year-old French manufacturer’s full-circle commitment to sustainability and is said to mark the “evolution into a stand-alone brand”.

The new launch includes responsibly made interlinings and inner components like canvas chest pieces, shoulder pads, and undercollar felt using Global Recycling Standard-certified recycled polyester, Better Cotton Initiative cotton, recycled plastics, and hemp. These products are a part of Chargeurs’ permanent collection called Sustainable 50, which launched in September 2019. The brand has expanded from initial 50 products to 250 products.

Managing director of Chargeurs, Audrey Petit said that after the launch of the product a year ago, the latest move was spurred by phenomenal growth. Apart from using recycled and sustainable materials, the thing which makes them apart from the competition is their complete commitment to corporate social responsibility.

Globally renowned brands like J. Crew Inc., Adidas AG, Macy’s Inc., Target Corp. Madewell, PVH Corp., and Uniqlo Co. Ltd. have already adopted the product line in their limited editions. Apart from this few brands have committed to creating the whole range using Sustainable 360 interlinings exclusively in their products like Columbia Sportswear, Banana Republic Men’s, and Itochu (including its State of Matter brand).

Head of the brand at State of Matter, owned by Itochu Prominent, Tim Reid said that their brand is committed to manufacturing clothing using as 100% sustainable materials as possible. Applauded Chargeurs’ best practices, he said that the Sustainable 360 line makes it possible for them to source high-quality, sustainable inner components which are backed by a complete CSR program

Chargeurs is focused on continued sustainable development, across the board. By 2020 end they even received their first sustainability-lined loan worth 100 million euros.

Apart from this, the company is also committed to the U.N. Global Compact, including the Sustainable Development Goals along with undertaking auditing from Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audits, or SMETAs, on its facilities and suppliers.

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