With 7 sister companies, each one specialized in a different phase of the production cycle, M&J Group is a leading manufacturer that produces a wide range of top quality denim bottoms and some non denim items. Combining accuracy, strength and a great passion for the job, in 2013 M&J Group developed over 8 million garments, a number that within 2015 is supposed to be doubled through continuous investments in new facilities, technologies and people.
Thanks to a constantly trained staff and to state-of-the-art washing facilities, M&J produces 130 – 150 pieces of sample garments per day and offers its customers a vast choice of world-class products.
Such great efficiency surely contributes to the good reputation M&J Group has developed over the years, introducing itself as a reliable partner with a wide range of customer-focused value-added services that cover all the stages of production cycle, from research to special treatments and 48-hours delivery.
While the R&D team researches the latest trends and styles, using its in-house laboratory to explore new washing and finishing treatments, the development of the product translates customer’s needs in an up-to-date fashion collection made with advanced and highly reproducible techniques.
To its customers, in fact, M&J Group offers a complete range of washings treatments and special effects, promoting in particular the most eco-friendly ones, such as laser, ozone, new generation enzymes, low-temperature polymerization and formaldehyde-free resins.
Sustainability is indeed truly important for M&J Group, which considers “recycling” and “reducing” its new production watchwords.
By adopting a revolutionary system that allows to know the average consumption of water, energy and materials at any time – with the goal to measure it per piece in the upcoming future – M&J Group is able to really save resources, continuously increasing this savings through an ongoing search for low-environmental impact solutions that include new technologies, chemicals and waste management systems.
M&J Group’s care for environment is testified by a number of international certifications, including the WRAP Certificate that guarantees a lawful, humane and ethical production, the LEED PLATINUM Certificate, which ensures the sustainability of facilities and structures, the GOTS Certificate, for products made with 100% cotton, and GRS Certificate.
This great commitment is addressed to M&J’ Group’s workers and Bangladesh citizens as well: the Group in fact considers its social responsibility as an essential part of its core values and naturally undertakes the task to help people by improving their living and working conditions through special initiatives and dedicated foundations.
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