The new Daiber Main Catalog 2024 is now available, presenting the 2024 collection, which is expected to be available until the end of March. In addition to functional corporate fashion and warming workwear, the expanded product portfolio offers a wide range of colors. Together with ClimatePartner, Daiber also offsets the CO₂ emissions generated during catalog production this year and supports tree planting projects in Germany and China.
With around 800 items on 580 pages, the corporate fashion company also showcases the product innovations from the 2024 collection of its own brands JAMES & NICHOLSON and myrtle beach. The range includes practical crossover styles, lined workwear, fashionable headwear, and spring colors. Whether corporate fashion or workwear, the new products combine functionality with modern looks and can be versatilely combined for both job and leisure. The majority of the new products are already available for order. The remaining products are expected to be in stock and available until the end of March.
Among the highlights of this year’s collection is the soft Sherpa Jacket. Its robust, easy-care Sherpa fleece made from 100 percent recycled polyester makes it an eye-catcher. The new Ladies’/Men’s Doubleface Jacket also features sustainable materials such as organic cotton and warming Sherpa lining made from recycled polyester. A special highlight is the Ladies’/Men’s Blouson. It is available in three colors and offers two looks in one thanks to its reversible option. New to the portfolio is the Winter Workwear Pants Strong. The first lined workwear pants from JAMES & NICHOLSON are suitable for colder temperatures with their brushed lining. To coincide with the launch of the 2024 collection, the Workwear Colour Selector is also being updated with new products and color extensions. This service from Daiber allows all workwear products from a collection to be clearly displayed in the available colors, making it easy to see combination possibilities for coordinated corporate fashion outfits at a glance.
Climate-neutral catalog production with certified environmental protection
“Environmental sustainability is our top priority. This starts with our products, where we use durable and increasingly sustainable materials, and extends to all areas of the company, including the climate-neutral production of our catalogs. With our commitment to the environment, we want to contribute our part to more sustainability,” says Managing Director Kai Gminder. Together with ClimatePartner, Daiber fully offsets the CO₂ emissions generated during the printing of the main catalog this year. In addition, the corporate fashion manufacturer supports an internationally certified climate protection project in China. Trees are planted on an area of 43,600 hectares of infertile land to improve air quality, soil structure, and prevent erosion. The total of 114,000 kilograms of CO₂ compensated is doubly worthwhile thanks to the project: For every ton of CO₂ saved, ClimatePartner also plants a tree in Germany. This promotes the conversion of structurally poor forest stands and monocultures into more resilient mixed forests, making a sustainable contribution both abroad and domestically.
In addition, Daiber used 100 percent FSC-certified recycled paper for the new main catalog. The FSC Recycled label ensures that only recycled waste paper was used. This protects the forests, biodiversity, and the climate. In contrast to the use of conventional paper, 79 percent less water, 73 percent less energy, and 42 percent less CO₂ were consumed during catalog production.
111 years of tradition and quality: Gustav Daiber GmbH stands for high-quality corporate fashion with its own brands JAMES & NICHOLSON and myrtle beach. The annual collections are based on current and international industry trends for promotion, sports, leisure, business, workwear, and headwear. With over 800 items available in up to 40 different colors, the textile company offers a wide range for fashionable corporate fashion in Europe. Thanks to high quantities and a stock of more than 15 million items, Daiber offers high availability from which dealers, corporate customers, and other business partners benefit. The family-owned company Daiber increasingly uses sustainable materials such as organic cotton or recycled polyester and develops new sustainability concepts annually. The management is in the hands of Kai Gminder, who leads the company in its fourth generation, and Christof Kunze. Daiber employs around 150 people at its headquarters in Albstadt on the Swabian Alb.