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20 years bioRe
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The production of fashionable textiles from fair-trade organic cotton through a controlled and transparent process chain. The idealistic project which started in 1991 has long since been transformed into a successful enterprise.

Today, Remei AG is coordinating 48 businesses, which means that the company has a responsibility for approximately eighty to a hundred thousand people, above all over 8000 farmers in India and Tanzania. Numerous projects have been completed successfully, such as building some 2560 biogas plants, 2500 fuel-efficient smokeless stoves, 20 village schools, and a training centre in India and one in Tanzania to promote organic cultivation.

It will going to celebrate its 20th jubilee.

All of which stands as proof of the single most important fact – that it is indeed possible to profitably produce and sell cotton while observing the precepts of fairness, ecology, and economy. They have made a lot of improvements – however, one thing remains the same:

Patrick Hohmann, CEO Remei AG: Our vision: Ready to wear fashion, ready to take responsibility.

We would like to thank all our customers, partners and business associates for their belief, idealism and daily commitment to making the success of bioRe possible and we hope for your continuous support.

The prime challenge in commerce is to generate sales. And yet, no purchasing decision seems more unpredictable than those made by sophisticated fashion buyers.There is a clear trend developing for the origin of a fashion product becoming an increasingly important selection criterion. Remei AG is a supplier of such products. To make sure goals are achieved, all stakeholders need to join forces. The reason why the bioRe® chain of production works so smoothly is that all partners involved are driven by one single objective, i.e. to reconcile ethical responsibility with business interests.

Remei AG


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