Klopman logoIt was 1968 when Klopman introduced the concept of poly/cotton workwear fabrics to Europe. Since then, from its headquarters in Frosinone, the company has grown to become Europe’s leading manufacturer in the production of special blends for the protectivewear, corporatewear and workwear markets.

Commitment to Sustainability

Responsibility is a crucial part of Klopman’s corporate identity: policies that go far beyond the defence of the environment, since they involve also the commitment for a fabric production process as clean as possible and the promotion of a social and cultural respectful behaviour. Innovation, fair business practices, social inclusion, pursuit of innovation and product responsibility are the core of Klopman commitment, summarized into their Corporate Social Responsibility document.

 Polycotton uniforms

R&D into Sustainable Practices - 2020/21 Highlights

  • Zero waste programme implementation.
  • Decreased emissions by 3%.
  • STeP by Oeko-tex certfication for production facilities in Indonesia.
  • Over 3.5 million metres of fabric produced using sustainable raw materials: recycled polyester, Fairtrade certified cotton and TENCEL Lyocell fibres.
  • 10% of fabrics manufactured were from the Greenwear range, 8.5m plastic bottles were recycled to create the recycled polyester.
  • Launch of new sustainable fabrics solutions: Vitalys manufactured with recycling of cotton scraps, Hydrogreen eco-friendly water repellent finish produced without perflourinated chemical products, and Luminex C50 high visibility and recycled polyester combined.

Ultimate satisfaction to all customers

Klopman's fabrics, produced in over 500 different styles and 600 active colours, can also be custom developed to customer requests. They offer durability with outstanding colour performance, even when subjected to industrial laundry processes. Fabrics are designed for use in the most demanding working environments, offering versatility and fitness for purpose.
Customers can choose from poly/cotton fabrics and cotton-rich fabrics with characteristics such as antibacterial, antistatic, flame-retardant and high-visibility for PPE applications. Klopman works with well-known chemical fibre suppliers, like Cordura, Lycra, Kermel, Nega-Stat, Proban, Sanitized, Teflon and Epic, to make their finishes available on all fabrics and Klopman company one of the world’s most respected textile producers. They also offer laminated and softshell solutions in their collection.