ABOUT MYANMAR I-TEX
Myanmar I-Tex Garment Company Limited is one of the leading garment manufacturing factories in Myanmar in terms of size and capability. Headquartered in Hong Kong with trading offices in China and Singapore, it is a Foreign Direct Investment in Myanmar founded in 2018 by Mr. Zhang Guangjie.
The size of the factory is 30552 square meters, which can approximately provide employment opportunities for over 3000 workers. It is a fully set-up garment factory with modern machineries and equipment and is organized with highly qualified technicians from China. Its wide range of sourcing encompasses materials from China, and finished goods produced in Myanmar under the systems of Cut-Make-Pack (CMP) as well as Free-On-Board (FOB), are mainly exported to U.S.A., Europe and Asian markets.
The factory started with woven and knitted wears for ladies, men and kids, ranging from basic to fashion apparels. The products produced in the last few years mainly include t-shirt, polo shirt, jersey, trousers, tech shorts, jacket, sweater, etc. With dedication to product quality and social compliance, the facility continues to expand its markets with a wide range of apparel products.
Myanmar I-Tex Garment Company Limited is committed to:
- Protecting workers and employment rights by fully observing all relevant laws, rules and regulations.
- Integrating Occupational Safety and Health by monitoring an effective safety and health program.
- Ensuring product quality is achieved and maintained as a primary value of the company.
- Protecting environment by observing all relevant regulatory and legislation requirements.
- Establishing a culture of integrity and trust in business practices.
In terms of ethical compliance, Myanmar I-Tex Garment Co., Ltd. is a facility certified in 2019 by WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production), and it also became in the same year an approved participant of BSCI (Business Social Compliance Initiative) audit. And achieving customer’s requirement and expectation in terms of social compliance, the facility also had SMETA 2-pillars audit conducted in 2021. The facility commits to paying close attention to details in regards to its social compliance, safety and health, environmental protection, transshipment rules and regulations, and overall operating precision and efficiency. In relation to certifications to its ethical as well as production standards, the facility, upon completion of audits successfully, has been certified by STeP by OEKO-TEX and by Global Recycled Standard (GRS). Along with compliance with product quality standards and international labor rights norms, the facility aims to achieve its goals by meeting the new challenges and demands of the market and thus achieving customers’ satisfaction.
Having implemented the requirements and installed all the required and necessary fire safety equipment including sprinkler system, the facility has obtained the fire safety certificate from the local authority. The Environmental Management Plan (EMP) developed in cooperation with a third environmental party, and submitted to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation, Naypyidaw, has now been approved. The facility, as a fundamental obligation, abides by the requirements of the local laws and international standards in regards to ethical, environmental and production compliance.
Myanmar I-Tex Garment Company Limited is proud to have received “The OSH Factory of the Year 2019” award granted by MGMA (Myanmar Garment Manufacturers Association), having been selected during the competition among garment factories in Myanmar as the best performing facility of the year 2019 in the field of Occupational Safety and Health. The facility is honored to have been recognized for its commitment towards Occupational Safety and Health (OSH), which is one of the priorities the facility promotes.
The facility believes that Occupational Safety and Health (OHS) plays an important role in any industry. So, it continues to promote the importance of Occupational Safety and Health (OHS) by accordingly implementing any relevant occupational health and safety laws, rules and regulations required by local laws or international organizations.