The Issue

Most of our industry is not transparent about where their products are made or who makes them. We are proud to have forged long-term relationships with certified factories around the world. Here is where your Threads are made and why we have partnered with them.


Year Founded: 1995
Number of Employees: 905

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Year Founded: 2012
Number of Employees: 14

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Year Founded: 2019
Number of Employees: 598

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Year Founded: 1994
Number of Employees: 200

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City Location: Guatemala, Villa Nueva
Languages Spoken within Factory: Korean/English/Spanish

The President, Myoung Gyo Han, has worked in the factory for 14 years. His administrative manager, Sung Ho Choi, has been with the factory for nine years. This factory's major products are knitted t-shirts. We source many of our knitted t-shirt fabrics here with sustainable yarn that is produced and spun in the USA, then knitted, dyed, cut, and sewn here in Guatemala.


Languages Spoken within Factory: Korean/Chinese

We have partnered with this factory for over ten years; it is now producing everything from t-shirts and sweatshirts to technical activewear. Weihai recycles over 80% of its industrial wastewater, which is one of the highest re-use rates in the world and makes it an ideal area to produce our products, given the vast and ongoing local investment in green infrastructure.


City Location: Faridabad, Haryana, India
Languages Spoken within Factory: Hindi/English


Our Innovative Next Steps

Our Packaging: All of our products manufactured in Weihai, China are shipped in WAVE eco friendly bags. WAVE bags are made out of a bio-based polymer compound that comes from the raw material cassava. WAVE bags are an ideal alternative for regular plastic, as they merely make use of the sustainable natural resources available. WAVE bags compost naturally in soil or landfills within three to six months. WAVE dissolves in water leaving a 100% natural liquid, composts in soil without leaving harmful traces, and leaves a non-toxic ash when burning.


Our Dying Process: In our Weihai China factory, we recycle 80% of the water that is used in the dye process. This is one of the highest industrial water reuse rates in the world. In addition we are working to implement a brand new dye technology called Clean Color. This technology was invented by Dr. Wong who invented the modern day organic dry cleaning methods. Clean Color technology is a completely closed loop dye system that reduces water use by 95% and eliminates all harmful chemicals and waste that is used in the traditional dye process. This is a revolutionary technology & Threads 4 Thought will be one of the first brands to use this dye method as part of our production with the goal of scaling it over the next 5 years.

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