High product quality translates into e.g. wear resistance, and high product safety translates into products with a socially and environmentally responsible profile. There must be a balance between these factors if we are to run the company in a healthy and innovative way and with good customer potential. Moreover, buying MASCOT products must also make good business sense for you.
We produce ‘favourite items of workwear’
Testing, quality and decency are not only deeply rooted in MASCOT’s DNA, but also in the methods we use to produce responsibly for the future. We strive to produce goods with the longest possible lifetime, with optimum utilisation of our resources and with the least possible waste and emissions.
The products also need to be innovative and to meet our customers’ requirements, so that every single product becomes a ‘favourite item of workwear’ that you just want to wear again and again for a long time, until it is threadbare. This benefits everyone – not just the environment but also you.
Workwear production leaves a global imprint. But we can still act responsibly. MASCOT takes responsibility for people and the environment by ensuring that most of our production and consumption is responsible. We do not have a solution to all the world’s challenges facing us humans and the environment, but we are doing our bit to get there.
Durability, part of the solution
Durability is also a form of responsibility. At MASCOT, we do not compromise on our products’ wear resistance. Your workwear must be able to last a long time so that we eliminate the need to reproduce workwear quite as frequently. This not only benefits you, but also the environment, as manufacturing clothing is a widescale process.
When you choose workwear from MASCOT, you get extra value for money as all of MASCOT’s products are tested according to our TESTED TO WORK principles.
Products made with care in mind
MASCOT’s assortment includes a selection of products made from recycled materials. The world’s industries use a lot of resources in their manufacturing processes, but new resources are not in endless supply. That is why it is important to also consider pre-used materials – such as waste – which can be recycled.