TAMGA designs Supply Chain
TAMGA designs Supply Chain Map
TAMGA products travel nearly as much as we do! Check out the journey of our clothing, from fibre to fashion. If you’re interested in the details, have a look at our Supplier Code of Conduct – an agreement we sign with all of our suppliers to ensure that our clothing never comes at the expense of people or the planet.

PT. Indorama Industries

PT. Indorama Industries is based in Purwakarta, and is a secondary supplier of TAMGA - they produce the organic cotton yarn that our direct suppliers turn into fabric. Indorama is certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) for all processes relating to organic cotton yarn.

Primayuda Mandrijaya

Primayuda Mandrijaya is based in Boyalali, and is a secondary supplier of TAMGA – they produce the Tencel yarn that our direct suppliers turn into fabric. Primayudha has earned the Oeko-Tex 100 ‘confidence in textiles' certification, ensuring that all of their products are free from harmful chemicals.

PT. Embee Plumbon Tekstil

PT. Embee Plumbon Tekstil is based in Cirebon, and is a secondary supplier of TAMGA – they produce the Modal yarn that our direct suppliers turn into fabric. Embee has earned the Oeko-Tex 100 'Confidence in Textiles' certification, ensuring that all of their products are free from harmful chemicals.

PT Kurnia Ratu

PT Kurnia Ratu Kencana is a fabric mill based in Purwakarta that specializes in circular knits, dyeing and finishing. This mill knits and dyes the organic cotton, Modal and TENCEL® that TAMGA uses in its Basics range, using only low-impact dyes in a process that has earned them an overall certification by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS).

PT Dan Liris

PPT Dan Liris is based in Surakarta, and weaves TAMGA's Micro-TENCEL® into the luxurious eco-friendly fabric that makes up our Signature and Premium lines. Dan Liris is also a world-class printing facility, and works with TAMGA to perfect our unique prints. The mill has earned the OEKO-Tex Standard 100 certification, guaranteeing that all products are free from any harmful chemicals.

CV. Tarum

CV. Tarum is a family-owned company in East Bali that creates the deep indigo colour for our Premium line. Tarum harnesses the Indonesian traditions of natural dyeing using local plants, leaves and roots from their own gardens, and applies the colour to our eco-friendly and amazing Micro-TENCEL® fabric.

Threads of Life

On the island of Savu, Threads of Life (TOL) works with the Hawu Miha cooperative to create the unique 'ikat' textiles used in TAMGA’s Premium line. Each thread is bound and naturally dyed before being skillfully woven into a textile. These cloths are part of this community's ceremonial dress, and tradition requires that they are made only with homespun thread, and coloured with natural dye, giving the piece a material connection to the place where it was made.

S&F Garment Manufacturing

Our ‘cut and sew’ factory in Bali, Siobhan and Fionnuala Garment Manufacturing, is an ethical factory that treats it’s employees with as much care as they do our garments. Run by an Australian sister duo, workers are paid above minimum wage, receive social security for themselves and their families, and work five day weeks rather than the industry norm of 6.

Green Heart & Saraswati Papers

After producing amazing eco-friendly pieces, we’re not going to compromise on the final details. TAMGA Garments are lovingly packed into bio-degradable poly bags from Green Heart Degradables, with recycled paper tags from Saraswati Papers in Bali.

Lenzing AG

Based in Austria, Lenzing AG is a global leader in the production of botanic fibers, and is the source of the wood cellulose fabrics that make TAMGA pieces so unique. Lenzing grows beechwood and eucalyptus trees in forests certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), and processes the wood into Modal and Tencel fibres in facilities that won them the “European Award for the Environment” due to their low emissions during production.

Bhamedi Farmers Group

The Organic Cotton that is used in our men’s t-shirts is grown by the Bhamedi Farmers Group in Gujarat, India.