About Trasborg

Trasborg was established in 1917. Initially the company was dealing with purchase and sale of cloths, wool and quilts.

Since the establishment of the company in 1917 and until today, Trasborg has been in constant development. Today Trasborg the leading company in Scandinavia within used Danish quality clothing. The main product is Danish original collected clothes and sorted second-hand clothes.

Trasborg is today governed by Steen Trasborg who is in charge of the daily operations. Steen is the 3rd generation of the Trasborg family business and has been running the company for over 40 years. The business can be proud of beeing the scandinavians first company within the industry.

Steens right hand, Ergün Arkin, is the production director and has more than 30 years of experience in recycling of clothes. Ergün and his talented team of dedicated employees are responsible for the daily management of the second-hand clothes. The team handle clothes right from the arrival in the company to packaging and sending to the final destination.

At Trasborg we are proud of that we have been thinking green for three generations, and our goal is “Zero Waste”.


Quality and environmental issues are playing a big role today and has been important for Trasborg for over 100 years.

It is important to us to help in reducing the strain on our sensitive environment, and we want to contribute to sustainable development, where we live and work. This means that all employees have a

responsibility for quality, continuous improvement and that they actively take proper responsibility for individual tasks. We build confidence by meeting or exceeding our customer’s’ needs and we are proud to live up to the major environmental requirements in a modern world.

Our employees are committed in relation to our interests to maintain a high level in terms of integrity and proper behavior.

We believe in a responsible, ethical and social behavior and acknowledge that we also have a responsibility for the employees of our business partners’. This is why we closely monitor if our partners also meet the same requirements. We regularly travel to visit our partners and ensure that they remunerate their staff fairly and that staff have appropriate and safe working conditions.