HANDLING SUSTAINABLE STOCK CLOTHING
Textiles, Shoes and Accessories
Fields of Action
Our sustainable stock clothing business model reduces greenhouse gas emissions
Highly committed to the circular economy and save garments from destruction
Cater support by sponsoring a variety of environmental and social projects – regional and national
Together with F&P for a more
sustainable supply chain
F&P means to ensure that the value chain of both our suppliers and our B2B customers becomes more sustainable whilst supporting the fashion industry. By selling to us, all suppliers can avoid destroying their unsold apparel products.
At the same time, when purchasing from us a positive impact is generated. Every purchase realized by the B2B customers sustains and nourishes the decrease of the CO₂ footprint – no new goods have to be produced.
The remaining clothing stocks from the suppliers do not have to be disposed of or destroyed.
F&P Stock Solution
The objective is to buy the remaining clothing stocks and sell them to outlets worldwide.
Convey sustainability, as no new goods need to be produced for our B2B customers.
Does this sustainable stock clothing approach sound interesting to you?
We are always looking for new wholesale suppliers and customers!
How does F&P contribute?
Since 2013, F&P’s main mission has been to engage in the purchase and sale of surplus goods and returns. However, profit maximization is not the only goal, since 2018 the company is ECG certified and has undergone successfully the Economy for the Common Good audit.
By reselling leftover fashion stocks – shoes, textiles and accessories – it is endorsed to decimate the destruction of unsold goods. On the other hand, it encourages companies to reduce the need to produce new ones. In this way, everybody wins – suppliers and customers benefit from the sustainable stock clothing solution approach.
The impact of considering sustainable methods in the textile industry is significant. Just only, the production and delivery of a cotton T-shirt have as a result an average of around 7kg of CO₂ emissions.
According to the calculations, our approach reduces CO₂ emissions by approximately 37 metric tons every day!
of CO₂ by 37
of water by
of energy by 65.000
CO₂ Footprint of a T-shirt
made of Cotton
F&P is a sustainable and reliable business partner
Every person can make a small but important contribution with some social responsibility and awareness. For example by using electricity sparingly, foregoing domestic flights, or being more conscious of the brands and companies whose products are consumed on a daily basis.
Of course, companies also need to rethink their approach, especially concerning sustainability in the supply chain.
That is why we address enormous worth to the fact that principles of sustainability and transparency and play a significant role along the entire value chain. Furthermore, bringing to the market the offer of good quality and fairly priced sustainable clothing.
Got interested in becoming part of the sustainable stock clothing chain or have questions about our wholesale clothing sustainability model?
Then feel free to contact us at any time!
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