If the big name designers of international men's fashion choose Reda, it is due to the high level of its production, the fruit of more than a century of experience and an ongoing effort that have made Reda become a synonym of quality, luxury and taste throughout the world.
For Reda the constant quality control is both an instrument and a work goal: an instrument because it allows a deep understanding of how the wool factory is working thanks to a constantly updated database; a goal because the testing and knowledge acquired by controlling allow us to avoid certain defects and take the actions needed to always guarantee the excellence that customers have come to expect from a Reda fabric.
From 1865 to present, one thing has never changed: our close bond with the territory and love for the splendid hills of this province. The decision to continue manufacturing all our products exclusively at the Croce Mosso factory of was taken in consideration of the respect, passed down from generation to generation, for a centuries-old tradition. In fact the wool culture is deeply rooted in the manual skills of local craftsmen who have always contributed to the success of our fabrics and this is why our manufacturing cannot be delocalized.
Reda fabrics are poised between tradition and innovation: each collection presents products with stylistic and manufacturing characteristics that are remarkably advanced. They are the results of an ongoing creative process. Reda shows appreciation for the incredible virtues of its wool by producing fabrics with inimitable softness, luxury and warmth.
Respect for people, the product and the environment: these are the values that move the Reda wool mill, the only wool mill in the world certified by EMAS, an Eco-Management system that requires not only full respect of the limits set by the law but especially the continuous improvement of its environmental performance.
Reda has undertaken to respect a well-defined environmental policy and publishes an Environmental Declaration to inform the public about the activities it carries out.
Environmental protection is considered an imperative policy based on the aim to:
- Ensure compliance with environmental standards through constant monitoring;
- Protect the environment by evaluating all the environmental impacts, setting goals for improvement and undertaking to establish measurable and reachable goals to improve its environmental performance;
- Manage, conserve and minimize the use of natural resources;
- Prevent or minimize the production of pollutants;
- Raise the awareness of employees about environmental issues;
- Ensure the availability of documents regarding its own environmental policy for public scrutiny.
Meeting these goals requires giving constant attention and effort to the many planning and control activities, such as:
- Technological updating of the Company's activities as a function of environmental protection;
- Control of the raw materials used, giving priority to those with less impact on the environment;
- Preliminary evaluation of all new raw materials, activities, plants, company services and verification of the standards required for those already being used;
- Routine and systematic control of all the plants and machinery;
- Monitoring of internal and external environmental issues;
- Management of all operating conditions, including emergency procedures;
- Control and selection of supplier companies based on their environment policies and track record;
- Routine auditing of activities and programs in progress.