Empresa Têxtil da Maganha

Corporate Sustainability

Our vision is an integrative vision of the economy, environment and social context.

Our attitude towards all our partners is based on a set of commitments and actions that guide our daily commitment in the development of our activity, contributing to a richer society.

Our technology park:

Our concern with reducing our ecological footprint leads us to regularly modernize our technology park. In this way, we were able to reduce the consumption of water, energy, fuels, raw materials and chemical products.

Our certifications:

From a perspective of continuous improvement, we work in cooperation with our partners, suppliers and customers. Attentive to market innovations, we apply the best practices to our product, enhancing the value and competitiveness of our customers’ fabrics.

The certifications awarded to our company and our products are the result of the rigor with which we implement our processes and the commitment we assume with all parties.

ISO 9001:2015

ISO 9001 is the most widely used quality management systems (QMS) standard worldwide, which ensures process optimization through continuous improvement and helps organizations develop and improve their performance.

Standard 100 by Öko-Tex(classes I e II)

It certifies that the meshes are tested for the presence of harmful substances.

STeP by Öko-Tex

It certifies production conditions in 6 areas, management of chemical products, environmental protection, environmental management, social responsibility, quality management and occupational health and safety.


It certifies the credibility of the recycled material, from its origin to the final consumer.


It certifies the presence and quantity of organic material in the fabric, thus guaranteeing its quality and sustainable production.


The Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) label ensures the welfare of sheep for wool production. The RWS certification guarantees the Best practices in land management and Respect for the welfare of sheep (breeding, prohibition of mulesing, shearing, end of life).


It certifies all textile products with at least 70% organic natural fibers from harvesting to packaging.


The Higg Index is an automatic assessment platform for the clothing and footwear industry used by international fashion groups to assess environmental and social sustainability throughout the article's production chain.