Fervi has an internal system implemented in order to guarantee the quality control of all its production.
The customer places the order, specifying the characteristics of the knitting, the commercial department of Fervi makes a survey in the market in order to assess price, quality, delivery times of the raw material, etc …
When the raw material is purchased, a lot is assigned, in that lot we have computer access to all parameters corresponding to the purchased yarn (composition, Ne, supplier, existing or not oeko-tex, etc …). A label with all these parameters is attached to the yarn receipt, which accompanies it until knitting.
In knitting, the worker enters all the data essential to the fabric manufacture into the computer system, in a manufacturing order, printing a barcode label, placed on all rolls of knitting produced in the same manufacturing order and then writing with ink the manufacturing order number is indelible so that the roll is always identified, until cut at the customer. In the expedition the knitting goes to the dry cleaning with the respective documents (guides and invoices) with the order number always explicit for future consultations.
In order to meet customers’ needs and requirements, Fervi is part of the Better Cotton Initiative, which is a sustainable and vertical approach to cotton production that encompasses the three basic pillars of sustainability, such as the environment, social and economic. BCI aims to monitor the entire cotton production chain, ensuring good practices and sustainability throughout it.
The purpose of this certification is to define the requirements in order to ensure the parameters according to organic textile products, from the materials used, to social and environmental responsibility throughout the production chain, in order to ensure the proper credibility of the products for the final consumption. Only textile products containing at least 70% organically produced natural fibers can be certified according to the GOTS. Certification according to GOTS is carried out by independent laboratories.
Oeko-Tex is an international certification system, consistent for raw materials, intermediate and final products from the textile sector in all stages of processing. The goal is to achieve products free of substances harmful to human health. The goal is to achieve products free of substances harmful to human health.
The scope of this certification is to ensure confidence in recycled products and, it applies to products with at least 20% recycled material (use of the label: at least 50%)
Pre-consumption (waste from production processes) and post-consumption (waste from the final consumer) recycled material, tracked and recorded separately.
With so many products being mass produced, it is fair for consumers to be concerned with the health and environmental issues surrounding the products they buy and use in their daily lives. The OCS 100 certification allows people to understand the organic composition of the products and what they are exactly putting on their skin. More than that, it represents our commitment to product quality, safety and transparency for the well-being of all our customers.
The main purpose of FSC certification is to encourage forest owners and managers to improve their social and environmental practices, thus contributing to the production of materials in a more sustainable and conscious way.
Its certification allows cellulose fibers to be traced at all stages along the supply chain, ensuring that all products bearing the FSC symbol support forest management that adopts socially advantageous, environmentally appropriate and economically viable practices.