Co-packing operations

Adding differential value to the product.


We provide labeling and re-labeling services to meet EU market regulations for textiles. Products, such as clothing, furniture coverings, mattress covers, and camping tents, containing at least 80% textile fibers must feature securely attached labels indicating their fiber composition. These labels are essential for compliance with EU standards, offering transparency and vital consumer information. Whether through initial labeling or re-labeling operations, our services ensure adherence to regulatory requirements, facilitating the smooth placement of textile products in the EU market while promoting consumer awareness of the composition of the items they purchase.

Servicio de planchado industrial


Both our highly skilled team and efficient machinery provide ironing solutions tailored to our customers’ specific needs, both in terms of standards and production volumes. We specialise in

  • Manual ironing: Our team of experienced professionals excels in manual ironing, offering more than 80 types of finishes within set deadlines. This exclusive dedication and unique skillset gives each garment an unmistakable value and differentiates it at the point of sale.
  •  Industrial ironing: We handle large volumes of ironing efficiently, reducing both time and operating costs, thanks to our state-of-the-art machinery.
  • Mannequin ironing: We use special mannequins designed specifically for items like jackets or dresses to ensure the finish the client wants.
  • Topper ironing: Our machines are specifically designed to iron trousers, offering a tailor-made solution for this type of garment.
  • Mixed ironing: This operation combines any combination of the above ironing techniques, providing flexibility to meet different requirements.


Hanging is a pivotal process in the textile production chain, involving the meticulous placement of garments on hangers for display and storage. This method ensures efficient handling, presentation, and safeguards against wrinkles and damage during transportation and storage. Strategically tailored to the garment type, design, and customer specifications, hanging also plays a vital role in logistics. It enhances warehouse efficiency and streamlines transportation processes. Beyond its aesthetic function, hanging contributes to the overall quality maintenance and presentation of garments throughout the supply chain, emphasizing its significance in both production and logistics within the textile industry.

Servicio de emperchado
Recuperación de prendas

Garment recovery

Garment recovery is a sustainable process aimed at retrieving and reusing worn garments to extend their lifespan, aligning with environmentally responsible practices. This approach reduces waste and lessens the demand for new resources, fostering a circular economy. Recovered garments undergo stages like collection, sorting, cleaning, and repair based on their condition. By promoting the reuse of clothing, this practice contributes to environmental sustainability and mitigates the environmental impact associated with textile waste. Garment recovery emphasizes the importance of sustainable fashion and responsible resource management in creating a more eco-friendly and resource-efficient textile industry.


A critical stage in the textile supply chain, where finished garments are carefully prepared for transport, storage and sale, is the packaging of textile garments.

Taking into account factors such as fabric type, design and logistical requirements, textile garments are strategically packaged. Depending on the type of garment and customer requirements, packaging materials can range from clear plastic bags to bespoke boxes. Careful attention to detail at this stage ensures that garments reach the end customer in optimum condition and impeccable presentation.

Embolsado de prendas

Garment bagging

Garment bagging is a fundamental process in the textile industry where finished garments are placed and secured in protective bags. This process is used to protect garments from damage, contamination or creasing during storage, transportation and display.

Bagging is an essential practice in the textile supply chain, helping to maintain the integrity of garments from manufacture to arrival at the point of sale. It also ensures that products reach the end consumer in optimum condition, providing an extra layer of protection.

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