Medhoodie, a Polish clothing brand that offers medical clothes for doctors, nurses, and other medical personnel, is committed to producing premium and stylish products while minimizing their environmental impact. To achieve this, the company uses minimal plastic, buys most of its components in Poland, and produces the clothes there to reduce its carbon footprint.
A unique aspect of the clothes Medhoodie offers is that they are both comfortable and made with materials that remove moisture and heat, allowing many hours of safe work, while also being fashionable and stylish.
A few months ago, driven by their desire to be even more environmentally conscious, Medhoodie started using TIPA compostable packaging for their products. Their decision was influenced by their research in the packaging industry and the example set by the sustainable clothing brand, Pangaia. “TIPA packaging protect our products during transportation without causing harm to the environment”, says Szymon Raubo, CEO of Medhoodie.
He shares that their focus on sustainability also stems from the desire to satisfy their customers, that care deeply about the planet, and the company pays great attention to meeting their needs. “Our customers are people who are on the cutting edge of innovation, and they expect the same innovation from the products they buy. At this point, we can be proud to provide them with it. I’m sure that the change in packaging will make our customers even more satisfied with their purchase, knowing that it is a benefit beyond themselves”, Raubo says.
By incorporating sustainable practices into its operations, Medhoodie is positioning itself as a leader in the industry and appealing to a growing market of customers who care about the environment.