Prosperity, more than profit alone

The impact we have on the local, national and international economy. This includes creating employment, generating innovation, paying taxes, creating wealth, empowering local communities and any other economic impact.

Our ambition

We want to pursue a forward-looking economic policy. How? By using strategic transformations that drive our growth while making the local communities around us more resilient. That way, Sioen tries to improve the prosperity and quality of life in urban, developed regions as well as in disadvantaged regions. Finally, we want to emphasise our technical superiority with certificates and quality labels. Such independent assessments, in turn, contribute to sustainable growth and innovation.

Grow sustainably

By continuously focusing on cutting-edge technology, new machines, automation and digitisation, we manage to make better use of the skills of our employees. They are given less labour-intensive, repetitive tasks and more possibilities to co-innovate, across the different departments. With thoughtful acquisitions, we create added value, so we can proudly say that Sioen is more than the sum of its various parts.

Local roots, part of the community

We work as much as possible with local entrepreneurs: from machine builders and transport companies to printers and painters. In West Flanders alone, we have some 250 companies as partners, good for an annual investment of 15 million euros in the region. But as a group with a global impact, our scope is unlimited. In every country we’re producing, we’re actively engaging in the local community.

When our customers thrive, we do too

Customer success not only drives retention, it drives growth. Offering customers the right textile solution, tailor made to his requirements is our daily business. We want them to grow, to be successful and to play their role in a sustainable society.

Sustainable development goals

The Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global challenges we face, including poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace and justice.