As a brand centred on our quality and craftsmanship, it's important to us that our suppliers embody the same values and vision to develop fruitful long term partnerships.
We had a detailed list of criteria to evaluate the factories we sourced, ranging from technicalities such as their experience with handcrafting and handling quality leather materials to having a meaningful connection with the suppliers to share a common understanding of our brand's outlook and expectations.
Over the course of two years (and many sourcing trips later), we found a few gems that we are proud to be in collaboration with today for our corporate gifting projects. We share below a few snapshots of one of our factory's work environment, and the things we look out for.
Leather goods production can get pretty messy, so we are very impressed with the clean and conducive work environment our factories are able to maintain. These are taken mid-day of production when we sprung a visit. Not bad!
We also look out for updated, quality machinery in order to ensure the workers' safety and to ensure product quality.
Subsidiary materials used also play a pivotal role in ensuring that our products last long and age well. We ensure that quality components are used, if not provided by us for all our projects.
When choosing factories, we make it a point to ensure they abide by reasonable work practices. One example is below, where the work area is empty as workers go for their daily two-hour lunch and nap break to rest and catch up at home.
For corporate gifting enquiries, please contact us via our form here for our team to assist you. For more info about our crafting process for retail goods, click here.