Nov 25, 2022
Hamrick Mills – quality, innovation and superior service.
Nov 25, 2022
Hamrick Mills has maintained success over time by responding and adapting to change, investing in technology, and remaining totally customer focused on its efforts.
Entirely committed to meeting the needs of its customers, Hamrick Mills strives to reduce the environmental impact and carbon footprint in all of its operations. This is one reason why they joined the U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol.
Launched in 2020, the U.S. Cotton Trust Protocol. was designed to set a new standard in sustainable cotton production where full transparency is a reality and continuous improvement to reduce our environmental footprint is the central goal.
As a member of the Trust Protocol, Hamrick Mills can be identified as part of a fully transparent supply chain and be selected by brands as they look to source U.S. cotton fiber.
Hamrick Mills’ manufacturing processes meet or exceed every local, state, and federal requirement for environmental protection, energy, and recycling. They use sustainably grown fibers to create exceptional woven fabrics for the Apparel, Home Furnishings, and Industrial markets.
From woven fabrics for shirting, healthcare gowns and scrubs and career and performance apparel, and home textiles to rugged military and specialized industrial wovens, their manufacturing capacity is versatile and capable of integrating innovative specialty ﬁbers into their cotton blends to create unique fabrics for niche markets.
As a fifth-generation, family-owned company, Hamrick Mills also knows the value of relationships. From the cotton grower who plants the first seed to the specialized weave technician and delivery driver taking the finished product to the market, every individual in the supply chain is a valuable and indispensable asset. So too are the communities that work for and support the cotton farms and fabric processing facilities.
New standard in sustainable cotton production
The Trust Protocol is the only system that provides quantifiable, verifiable goals and measurement and drives continuous improvement in six key sustainability metrics - land use, soil carbon, water management, soil loss, greenhouse gas emissions and energy efficiency. It is also the world’s first sustainable cotton fiber program to offer article-level supply chain transparency to all members.
The Trust Protocol is aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, recognized by Textile Exchange and Forum for the Future, and part of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition, Cotton 2025 Sustainable Cotton Challenge, Cotton 2040 and Cotton Up initiatives. It is also aligned with the G7 Fashion Pact and UNFCCC Fashion Industry Charter.
Learn more at: trustUScotton.org
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