PASAYA began as a production-only company in 1986 with the construction of its first factory building, a handful of weaving machines, and less than fifty employees. Headed by Schle Wood-Thanan, a textile engineer who earned his degree Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science (now Philadelphia University) in the United States, the company became a leading manufacturer in the international market supplying editeurs, converters, and wholesale brand owners all over the world. After sensing a shift in the textile industry and expanding ambitions, Mr. Schle made the bold leap to become an O.E.M. and founded PASAYA in 2002. Since then, PASAYA has been rapidly expanding and is a recognizable brand in many countries around the world.
The green-certified factory is located in the Bang Pae district of Ratchaburi Province, Thailand. It is located on a 64 hectare campus and features a state-of-the-art dye recycling process, worker accommodation, and green farming techniques. The vertically integrated production line consists of in-house designers, yarn processing, weaving, dyeing, finishing, and sewing to ensure quality throughout the entire manufacturing process.
Safety and Production:
The protection and preservation of our environment are critical issues at the forefront of PASAYA's concerns. Our buildings are designed to be functional in both their ability to manufacture and to prevent environmental degradation. It may be rare for a textile manufacturer to be concerned about the impact of its weaving and dyeing process, but it was in our minds long before the first wall was built.