From the careful selection of raw materials and the approval of suppliers it will work with to the controls prior to launching the finished garment, the manufacturing process is rigorously monitored until each garment reaches the customer.
At the beginning of the chain, periodic audits are carried out at the suppliers’ factories to ensure compliance with regulations and manufacturing standards, product safety, etc. and to make sure the supplier complies with the technical specifications and Tendam’s quality standards of each one of the ordered products.
Each model that goes on the market is subjected to physicochemical testing that must be carried out at accredited external laboratories (Aitex, Bureau Veritas or SGS) in order to guarantee the customer’s health and safety and the absence of substances harmful to the environment. Testing for pilling, colour fastness, shrinkage, seam resistance and the absence of toxic substances, among others, is carried out for each of the items.
The results of the tests are received by the Quality Department before the orders leave the suppliers’ factories so that it allows them to monitor the condition of the garment at all times and to correct possible deviations and non-compliant garments that have been detected in a timely manner.