MORO measures social and environmental compliance by means of auditing processes. Most of our factories have been audited by the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI), a global initiative that supports companies to improve labor conditions. Our goal is to produce our collections with a minimum of impact on the environment, without ever compromising the quality of our clothes.
At MORO we take a long-term perspective, working to promote healthy relationships both internally and externally.
We know that genuinely sustainable results can only be developed through close and fruitful collaboration, where mutual openness and transparency are the norm.
The same applies to our suppliers and factories.
We have been working with many of them for more than 15 years; our collaboration with some stretches back as far as 20 years. Our systematic approach and regular dialogues help us to create close, sustainable relationships.
We maintain a presence at our suppliers in different forms and for various reasons in order to strengthen, develop and deliver quality.
Our meetings deal with everything from joint strategies and future plans to CSR and environmental practice, in addition to assuring the quality of our collections and processes.
Once again, this is driven by our conviction that participation and an active presence create the positive atmosphere that leads to effective cooperation and good quality.
All our JACKETS + OUTERWEAR are made with fabrics and accessories certified with the OEKO-TEX® label.
OEKO-TEX® is one of the world’s best-known certifications in the textile industry.
It ensures that the fabric, buttons and other accessories have been tested for harmful substances.
This label is synonymous with confidence for our customers and high safety of our products.
All products (textile and non-textile) that are imported or traded in Europe traded must comply to European Legislation on Environmental and Chemical compliance.
Textiles are tested based on the European REACH system (Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of Chemicals). REACH encompasses registered chemicals that up to a specific level (limit) are not allowed to be found in a final product that is put on the market.
Textile products such as garments need to be tested at all times by international accredited testing labs to check if they comply with REACH before being traded on the market.
MORO is diligent in this procedure.
Our goal is to produce our collections with a minimum of impact on the environment, without ever compromising the quality of our clothes.