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Introduction

Waveline is a Mauritian based textile factory that was incorporated in 1989 by a passionate designer who wanted to express her creativity and create products that could meet the specific needs of the Mauritian market.

Welcome to Waveline

Waveline is a Mauritian based textile factory that was incorporated in 1989 by a passionate designer who wanted to express her creativity and create products that could meet the specific needs of the Mauritian market.

Almost three decades later, the Mauritian family business that specializes in ladies and children wear has expanded its horizons to the international market and now has clients all across the globe.

Waveline primarely exports garments to South Africa, Reunion Island and France, and some of their main customers are:

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100% Made in Mauritius

In order to produce garments of the highest quality, Waveline is one of the only Mauritian-based textile factories that exclusively employs local workers. In a globalized economy where many factories employ foreign workers, we believe that it is of the utmost importance to promote local craftsmanship. We also want our products to be created with the kind of passion that is so typical of the Mauritian culture, which is why we are very proud to say that our workforce is 100% Mauritian.

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At the forefront of the latest Fashion Trends

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In order to offer your premium products that follow the latest trends, Waveline makes sure it attends the most prestigious Fashion Forums in the world, where it also exhibits it’s recent products, such as:

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Key Figures

Workforce: 40

Main products: sportswear / resortwear / loungewear

Main fabrics: cotton lycra / lycra polyamide / viscose lycra / jersey / slub / etc.

Capacity: 150,000 pcs

Lead time for delivery: 1-2 months after order confirmation

Lead time for samples: one week

Our Products

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Meet Our Team

Our main objective is to be there for our customers in order to respond to your needs, give you honest and objective advice, and help you achieve your goals.
In order to do so, we have a great team of motivated and skillful workers that we are proud to introduce to you:

Why Mauritius?

Mauritius benefits from duty-free and quota-free access to the European markets, USA as well as SADC and COMESA countries.
For more information please visit:  http://sourcemauritius.com/trade-agreements/

Here is a summary of the different trade agreements that benefit you as a customer when dealing with textile companies in Mauritius:

  • Trade with EU is governed by the interim Economic Partnerships Agreement (EPA) that was signed between EU and four states of the Eastern Southern Africa (ESA) including Mauritius, in August 2009.
    The Agreement has been under implementation since May 2012.
    Under the interim EPA products manufactured in Mauritius qualify for duty-free and quota-free access in the EU market if the products satisfy the rules of origin criteria.

  • The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) were enacted on 18 May 2000 as Public Law 106 of the 200th congress. AGOA has helped to boost U.S. two-way trade with sub-Saharan Africa and to facilitate sub-Saharan Africa’s integration into the global economy. The main objectives of this legislation are to expand U.S. trade and investment with sub-Saharan Africa, stimulate economic growth, to encourage economic integration, to take appropriate steps to combat corruption, to promote good governance and the rule of law.
    In 2015, 39 countries, including Mauritius, are eligible for trade preferences under AGOA, benefiting from duty-free exports of more than 6,400 products to the United States — 1,800 more products than the 4,600 offered through the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) and on June 29th US President Barack Obama signed the extension of the African Growth Opportunity Act until 2025.

  • SADC comprises 15 member states (Angola, Botswana, DR Congo, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe). The main objective of SADC is to promote Regional Integration and Sustainable Development.

    The Southern African Development Community (SADC) Protocol on Trade (1996), as amended in 2010, is one of the most important legal instruments guiding SADC’s work on Trade. It is an agreement between SADC Member States to reduce customs duties and other barriers to trade on imported products amongst SADC Member States. The Protocol envisioned the establishment of a Free Trade Area in the region.

  • COMESA consists of 19 member states (Burundi, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Rwanda, Seychelles, Sudan, Swaziland, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe).

    Established in 1994 ‘as an organisation of free independent sovereign states which have agreed to co-operate in developing their natural and human resources for the good of all their people’, COMESA’s current strategy consists of creating ‘economic prosperity through regional integration’.

    A Free Trade Area (FTA) was achieved on 31st October, 2000 with nine member states. Today the FTA consists of 14 member countries (Burundi, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Kenya, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Rwanda, Sudan, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe) trading on a duty-free and quota-free basis provided the COMESA Rules of Origin are satisfied.

Contact Us

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23 A Jerningham Street,
Curepipe,
Mauritius

+230 670 9607 / 8 / 9

Contact Us

Address

23 A Jerningham Street,
Curepipe,
Mauritius

+230 670 9607 / 8 / 9