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In the pursuit of success, Sibpk acknowledges the significance of meeting three critical criteria: Economical, Social, and Environmental aspects. These criteria are carefully evaluated in the textile industry through certifications, ensuring adherence to proper standards, expanding customer reach, and ensuring quality management systems. To guarantee the safety, quality, and affordability of textile materials, Sibpk conducts thorough textile testing, benefiting companies, consumer groups, and government bodies across the globe. This commitment to testing helps uphold safety standards and maintains the high quality of textile products.

International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001 (2015)

ISO 9001 plays a crucial role in ensuring a robust quality management system for organizations, regardless of their size or industry. Sibpk, a globally recognized company with ISO certification, upholds the principles of customer focus, top management involvement, process approach, and continuous improvement. With ISO certification, Sibpk ensures consistency, high-quality products, and services, fostering trust among customers and facilitating global business opportunities.

Certifications And Standards

Some of the widely popular certifications and standards in the textile industry are listed below.


Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS)

The Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certification allows organizations to market their products worldwide as "organic" with the GOTS logo, ensuring scrutiny throughout the supply chain. GOTS-certified products must have at least 70% contribution from organic agriculture, offering benefits like environmentally friendly production, better working conditions, and assurance of quality with the use of organic fibers, while prohibiting hazardous inputs.


Fair Trade

The Fair Trade certificate, created by the World Fair Trade Organization, aims to promote sustainable and equitable trade relationships for producers in developing countries. It applies to end products typically exported from these countries to developed nations, particularly fair trade textiles made from fair-trade cotton. The certificate ensures decent and safe working conditions throughout the supply chain and can be obtained by various.


Worldwide Responsible Apparel Production (WRAP)

WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production) was established in 1999, with its Board of Directors formed and official incorporation taking place in 2000. WRAP is an independent organization, both financially and in governance, from the apparel industry. It promotes safe, lawful, humane, and ethical manufacturing worldwide through certification and education.


Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)

LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is the most widely used green building rating system globally. It aims to create cost-saving, energy-efficient, and environmentally friendly buildings. With its presence in 165 countries and territories, LEED-certified companies are internationally recognized for their commitment to green building practices.


Organic Content Standard (OCS)

The OCS (Organic Content Standard) certification ensures the use of organic materials throughout the processing stage and verifies the presence and quantity of organic material in the final product. OCS 100 requires at least 95% certified organic fiber in the product. It applies to various textile products, including fibers, wool, fabrics, clothes, and upholstery fabrics (excluding leather products).


Responsible Down Standard (RDS)

The RDS (Responsible Down Standard) is implemented to address common exploitations in the textile sector related to animal sources. It ensures animal welfare in down and feather products, as well as other animal-derived materials like wool, angora, cashmere, and leather.Control Union, The North Face, and Textile Exchange collaboratively developed the RDS 

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