ince its creation, Covolan Denim® has woven a remarkable heritage in the textile industry that is passed down from generation to generation.
Founded in 1966, Covolan Denim® has transformed itself from spinning and weaving, into a national and international reference in Sustainability. Textile Industry 100% Brazilian . From the year 2000, it dedicated itself to the exclusive production of Denim , with purposes that go beyond what we take from the planet as consumers, but rather how we can create better changes with our products, Sustainability is in the company's DNA!
Our goal is to create a more robust, ethical and responsible Denim ecosystem. Covolan works valiantly on the three pillars of sustainability: social, economic and environmental, being the only textile manufacturer Denim do Brasil that is an associate member of the program ZDHC , concerned with meeting the requirements and criteria at world levels to obtain the Oeko-Tex® SteP certificates , Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 , ISO 45001 and ISO 14001.
In the directive Zero Disposal of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC) & Step , the list MRSL - Manufacturing Restricted Substances List, since 2014. The MRSL is a list of restricted manufacturing substances, which prohibits the use of dangerous chemicals.
Our responsibility is an efficient process, with qualified suppliers, a team of trained people, certifying bodies that benefit from the three pillars to deliver the best product to the customer.
Within this perspective, we reinforce the values that work as a decision frame-work in line with the company's culture: C the laboratory, C communicative, C participative , C o-learning, C shared, C o-creative.
"Reassign the product, the factory, sustainability in a different way to have the best Jeans".
MISSION, VISION AND VALUES
- Respect for the environment;
- Respect for people;
- Focus on the customer;
- Business effectiveness.
A company in the Covolan Group, has been producing cotton yarn since 1998. Located in the São Francisco sub-medium in the city of Petrolina, in the hinterland of Pernambuco.