The Maggia knitting mill boasts over 30 circular looms, including single and double-fronted machines, as well as various jacquards of different fineness. The company also handles piece dyeing, washing, and finishing processes of the cotton-based fabrics in-house. Thanks to its extensive range of machinery, Maggia’s collections encompass a wide variety of yarns and weights. This includes plain cotton jersey fabrics for t-shirts, piqué, mercerized shirting interlocks, as well as high-end jerseys made from merino wool, cashmere, alpaca, mohair, silk, and viscose such as the characteristic double jerseys for outerwear.
Being an advocate for responsible production practices, Maggia guarantees full compliance with the eco-toxicological parameters required by national and international regulations. As of 2017, the company has been certified by the Associazione Tessile e Salute, an organization that monitors the eco-toxicology in the textile and fashion sectors by overseeing companies’ supply chains. In 2022 Maggia published its first ESG report, and for which they conducted their first set of Life Cycle Analyses.