As a clothing manufacturer, staying up-to-date on the latest trends and developments in fashion is essential.
From classic phrases to more cutting-edge expressions, these terms are sure to give brands a unique edge in keeping up with the ever-changing world of fashion.
To help brands stay ahead of the curve, ASBX Store in Portugal has put together a list of 3 Environmental and Ethical Drowning Impacts that have influenced the fashion industry. Which we as sustainable and responsible manufacturers tackle to improve. Making fashion a greener industry.
Read on to discover more about the Environmental and Ethical Drowning Impacts garment manufacturers have in Portugal.
The Drowning Impacts! Garment Manufacturers Portugal
1. Unsustainable Material Use: Synthetic materials are increasing in the fashion industry. This has caused an environmental burden and strain on resources. Manufacturers must strive to reduce the amount of non-biodegradable materials they use and consider the long-term impact their decisions will have on the environment.
2. Poor Labor Practices: Unethical labor practices in garment manufacturing are commonplace, with workers facing poor pay and unsafe working conditions. This is specifically true for those in the fashion industry who work for small, independent suppliers. Manufacturers must ensure fair wages and safe working conditions for their workers to protect them from exploitation.
3. Lack of Transparency: The fashion industry’s supply chain is often shrouded in secrecy and lacks transparency. This prevents customers from knowing where their garments are coming from and who is making them. To ensure a more ethical and sustainable industry, manufacturers need to provide consumers with clear information about their products and the people behind them.
this are very common and serious issues we constantly try to fix by giving clients an ethical way of production. Using sustainable materials and promoting transparency in the supply chain.
Also bear in mind this are just general fashion industry problems, and the majority of fashion factories in Portugal have a very high standard.