Holistic sustainability - along the entire value chain

We at Dibella live a holistic approach and see this as our individual definition of sustainability, which decisively determines and shapes our daily actions

Holism per se - also known as the doctrine of wholeness - is the idea that natural systems and their properties should be considered as a whole and not just as a composition of their parts. This approach was first applied by the hessnatur Foundation to the production processes in the textile industry.


This holistic approach refers not only to the pure production process, but to the entire value chain, from use by the customer to re/upcycling.

“We believe in doing good by creating long-life textiles, respecting natural resources and placing people at the centre of our actions.


Our value chain is greatly appreciated.”               

Ralf Hellmann, Shareholder, Dibella

The holistic Dibella Principle

Corporate Culture at Dibella
Value Chain - Dibella

Corporate responsibility
Dibella complaint management for suppliers
Global goals for sustainable development Dibella's actions contribute to the implementation of the SDGs.


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Dibella and Dibella products are certified ... (For the product-specific assignment, please refer to the product descriptions.)

GOTS - Global organic textile standard
Organic blended content standard
Fairtrad Max Havelaar Cotton
Cotton made in Africa

An initiative of the Aid by Trade Foundation

Green Button
OEKO-Tex Standard 100
OEKO-TEX Confidence in textiles - made in green
Tencel - feels so right

We supply products
with the EU-Ecolabel

ISO 9001
ISO 14001
Dibella - longlife textiles

Dibella BV

Hamelandroute 90

NL-7121 JC Aalten

Fon: +49-2871-2198-0

Mail:  info@dibella.de

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