Why TURKEY CLOTHING PRODUCTION and MANUFACTURER TUGHAN TEXTILE?
Our product groups for knitted and woven clothing are mainly T-Shirts, Sweatshirts, Zippered Sweatshirts, Hoodie Sweatshirts, Polo pique shirts, Blouses and Sweatpants. Our woven product range extends to Shorts, Skirts, Dresses, Shirts and Blouses.
Jersey, interlock, pique/elastane, rib, wedge, waffle, modal, futter, viscose, french, satin, silk, supima, pima, dry-fit, terry, yarn dyed knit fabrics, crepe, polyester, denim, gabardine, twill We work with all kinds of knitted and woven fabrics.
One of the biggest reasons that allows us to offer a better price than our competitors is the use of less labor, thanks to the 24/7 instant monitoring of all production steps from cutting to sewing, from packaging to control. In this way, our customers see and confirm that we deliver high quality on time at a reasonable price.
The OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 was developed in the early 1990s to meet the needs of consumers and the general public for healthy textile products. Negative headline news such as "Toxic Textiles" in the press was very common at that time and reflected the chemicals used in textile manufacturing as generally negative and harmful to health.
However, our demands for modern textile products cannot be met without the use of certain chemicals. Fashionable colors, easy care, longevity and many other features in textile products are demanded today and are partially indispensable depending on the purpose of use (for example, work clothes).
Until the implementation of the OEKO-TEX® Standards 100 standard, there was neither a Product Label that could evaluate the quality of textile quality for human ecology for consumers, nor a standard criterion for companies operating in the Textile and Clothing Sector that made it possible to evaluate possible harmful substances in textile products in practice. For this reason, the Austrian textile research institute Österreichische Textil-Forschungsinstitut (ÖTI) and the German research institute Forschungsinstitut Hohenstein developed the Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 based on the test standards they had in hand.