Flexknit is a leading knitwear manufacturer specialized in fully-fashioned knitwear for women, men and kids. It was founded in 2001 by two Dutch friends and today we are proud to count more than 6.000 employees. We started with one factory in the city of Antsirabe. By now we have three own factories and operate two more sister companies. Our head office is in Madagascar, we have a sales office in Germany and a sourcing office in Hong Kong. We are very happy to name many well-known fashion brands and department stores all over the world to be our partners.

But why do our long-time business partners choose to produce with Flexknit in Madagascar?

Well, one of the main reasons is that our goods are available duty free to Europe, USA, Canada, Japan, South Africa and many more countries. Nevertheless, our heart of the business is the close collaboration between our partner, sales, design and merchandiser team to achieve the perfect result. Based on this very close cooperation we built up a high standard level concerning workmanship and services. With our multifunctional machine park, we are very flexible to work with different yarns/gauges and play with structures, to fulfil our customers wishes. Madagascar has a rich tradition of exquisite craftsmanship in knitwear. Therefore, we are specialized in hand knitting techniques, such as crochet and embroidery. To round up our flexibility we also have the latest generation of computerized machines.

One of our big advantage is our own dyeing facility through which we can offer diverse dyeing effects for raw materials that we always have on stock. Of course, we also source top dyed yarns from the highest quality suppliers in Italy, United Kingdom and China.

As a socially responsible company, we greatly value social, ethical, and environment compliance. Therefore, most of our factories are accredited by the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI). We are continuously looking for ways to improve working conditions and to ensure workplace safety and health care for our workers.