(Xpress Clothing) FUTURLIFE Ltd. sources products from around the world in order to provide customers with as much variety as possible. Most of the products we sell are sourced overseas. To ensure good standards of employment practices we expect our suppliers adhere to the following standards:
To comply with all relevant local and national laws, particularly on: working hours and conditions, health & safety, rates of pay, terms of employment and minimum age of employment. Many of our suppliers are members of WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Apparel Production) and / or FLA (Fair Labor Association).
Many of (Xpress Clothing) FUTURLIFE Ltd’s suppliers hold the Oeko - Tex standard. This standard contains analytical tests for specified harmful substances and gives limiting values based on scientific considerations. A manufacturer whose product meets the requirements set by the standard is licensed to use the registered mark or label “Tested for Harmful Substances according to Oeko-Tex Standard 100” on his product.
Others may hold accreditations to organisations such as EcoCert International in order to establish a products genuine Organic status.
(Xpress Clothing) FUTURLIFE Ltd is committed to reducing its impact on the environment. As a company (Xpress Clothing) FUTURLIFE Ltd actively seeks to reduce initial output of waste and seeks opportunities to re-use and recycle where ever possible. As a consequence of this FUTURLIFE dispatch goods in unbleached cardboard cartons with no branding to minimize environmental impact and to further encourage the re-use of the packaging prior to recycling.