HP Cotton Casuals Pvt.Ltd’s legacy started off in 1962 with the launch of DORA, one of India’s largest inner wear brands. Since then the company has expanded consistently without compromising on the quality of its products. In 2001, HP Cotton traversed into the kids garment segment under the brand “Cucumber”.
STRONG DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL
With a strong distribution channel of 1,200 distributors and 25,000 retailers, HP Cotton Casuals Pvt. Ltd. has earned the illustrious title of being India’s largest selling kids-wear garment chain.
Over the past 15 years, Cucumber has ventured out of the domestic market and even made its presence felt in the Middle East, Sri Lanka and Singapore.
The success of HP Cotton Casuals Pvt. Ltd. has been possible due to the unparalleled work done by Mr. Krishan Kumar Agarwal, Founder of Dora.
COMMITMENTS AND GOALS
We adhere to and respect the tenets of Human Rights and are committed to uphold ethical practices and follow the regulations and legislation.
We ensure the manufacturing of high quality products in congenial working conditions while taking care to reduce undue pressures on natural resources in the manufacturing process.
We strictly follow the minimum Legal Regulations for Labour, Law, Health & Safety compliance, Products Safety and Environmental standards.
HP COTTON is highly equipped with State-of-the-art manufacturing facility located in Eastern India with 1 Lac sq.ft operating area.
The SA8000 Standard is the central document of our work at SAI. It is one of the world’s first auditable social certification standards for decent workplaces, across all industrial sectors. It is based on the UN Declaration of Human Rights, conventions of the ILO, UN and national law, and spans industry and corporate codes to create a common language to measure social performance. It takes a management systems approach by setting out the structures and procedures that companies must adopt in order to ensure that compliance with the standard is continuously reviewed. Those seeking to comply with SA8000 have adopted policies and procedures that protect the basic human rights of workers.