At Brandix, we partner with strategic raw material suppliers that are industry-best, so that we can foster and promote co-creation with our supply chain partners to create a pipeline of newness and originality that helps us deliver phenomenal products.
We strongly believe that collaborative efforts with our supplier network enables us to achieve our desired outcomes through a fully-integrated supply chain network that faciliates excellence in product development and speed.
Considered to be the largest Textile Group and Knit Fabric Provider in South Asia, the Teejay Group specializes in weft knitting and is regarded as Sri Lanka’s only multinational mill. The Group has its headquarters in Avissawella as well as a state-of-the-art printing facility along with a Strategic Business Unit in India.
Teejay offers a wide range of products and services related to weft knit manufacturing. While offering wide solutions in knitting, dyeing, finishing and printing, its portfolio has been extended to include lace dyeing, yarn dyeing and synthetic production. The Teejay customer portfolio stretches from Europe to USA including global brands such as Intimissimi, Tezenis, Calvin Klein, Victoria’s Secret, Marks & Spencer, Lidl and Decathlon. Teejay was recognized both in Sri Lanka as well as internationally for best corporates, being rated by Forbes as one of the Best Corporates in Asia under a net worth of 1 billion dollars. A public quoted company with public ownership, Teejay is backed by Brandix Lanka and Pacific Textiles.
The Brandix promise of Inspired Solutions requires a robust supply chain network – comprising of apparel and non-apparel suppliers, contractors, traders, resellers and service providers from across the globe – that will consistently deliver the right quality, from the right source, at the right time, in the right quantity, and at the right price.
Suppliers and business partners are chosen on their ability to meet Brandix’s high standards in operational excellence, cost-effectiveness, legal compliance and ethical conduct. Our Supply Chain Function is responsible for the evaluation and selection of suitable service providers. To achieve this, the team uses the ‘Five Basic Vendor Rights’ – Right Quality, Right Price, Right Source, Right Time, Right Quantity. Part of this quarterly process also involves individual suppliers completing a self-assessment questionnaire; this sheds a light on how said supplier approach and manage their impact on human rights – including labour rights, the environment, and anti-corruption principles.
This process enables Brandix to continuously work with businesses partners whose ethical framework overlaps with ours.
It is in our interest to support our suppliers’ upward trajectory; it is essential, therefore, that we understand how changes in their marketplace impacts our operations while, simultaneously, ensuring that the suppliers keep pace with the distinct needs of the Brandix Group. In order to do this, Brandix offers support through detailed training programmes that are designed to give them the required exposure and insight into the social and environmental impacts of doing business.