Sustainability and responsibility

Our influence at the heart of production

We are happy about the increasing demand for the origin of our products. With over 15 years of experience, we understand the impact of the textile industry on the environment. That is why we integrate sustainability into all our business practices and strive for constant improvements in our processes and partners.

Our carefully selected suppliers share our values ​​and are committed to responsible production practices. We pay attention to social standards in the workplace, which include the health, safety and environmental protection of employees. Regular visits and controls at our production partners ensure their certification and responsible practices.

We are aware that sustainability is an ongoing process and that we are not finished yet. We want to drive positive change in the textile industry, but ultimately it's up to all of us to move towards a more sustainable future together. We not only want to drive change, but also call for active participation in this process. By acting together and taking responsibility, we can create positive change in the textile industry and beyond.

Long-term partnerships

On the road as a team player

Sturmberg strives to build and maintain long-term, reliable business relationships with its suppliers. The resulting intercultural understanding of our values ​​in terms of sustainability and quality forms a solid and future-oriented business base. Our production partners are even integrated into our processes by being informed about the purpose and location of the respective project. This measure promotes transparency, trust and team values.

Our production network

Code of conduct

Dos and don'ts

All suppliers of standard products have certificates which oblige them to strict rules of conduct.
We work predominantly with suppliers who have been produce according to the guidelines of organisations such as BSCI, Fairwear Foundation, Sedex, Bluesign, GOTS, etc.


Own production facility

Our factory know-how is based on in-depth experience in textile production. Tobias Ulrich, owner and managing director of Sturmberg GmbH , XNUMX was a shareholder of a textile factory in southern Turkey for many years. This led exclusively to customer orders for Swiss customers. The factory employed XNUMX employees at full production capacity. Tobias Ulrich and his team in Switzerland had an insight into all processes of textile production. He was in charge of setting up the factory and the partner network. Due to the strong social commitment, the factory was able to count on highly qualified personnel and had an error rate close to XNUMX. This know-how is priceless in the cooperation with the current production partners.

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We are happy to answer your questions regarding our sustainability concept.