The central location of Belgium and the very highly developed transport network, comprising roads, waterways, railways and airports gives us the great advantage to ship easily to any port in the world.
Our production capacity rises every year. Our 22 employees sort approximately 3250 tons per year.
Quality and Trust
Second hand but first class
Since 2006 we have delivered quality and have gained trust from our customers in Cameroon, Congo, Mali, Nigeria, Senegal, Algeria, Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan and Gambia
Our partners collect the clothes in their warehouse and prepare them for
After using the clothes, the consumer decides to dump the unwanted clothes in the recycling bins.
The consumer buys his clothes at his favorite shop.
We sell the sorted clothes to our customers to be re-sold to the consumer.
We sort the clothes into different categories and qualities. A-grade, B-grade and rags.
We buy the unsorted clothes in from our partners.
How it works
Class Trading is a second hand clothing importer and exporter based in Brussels, the capital of Europe. The company is established in 2006 and has become a major player in Belgium’s second-hand clothing export market. We are well known for our high quality products originating from the Europe.
At Class Trading, quality is a key word, therefore we choose to work with European suppliers who offer one of the best quality of second hand clothes in the world. Our current recycle quantity is close to 325 tons per year. We recycle our products into A-grade, B-grade products and rags. In the last ten years we have managed to build up a satisfied customer base mostly in Africa and the Middle-East.
Our goal is to have a positive environmental footprint on our planet for the future generations. The production of new clothes has a negative impact on the environment due to colouring of the clothes. We sort high quality second hand clothes for re-use. By doing this we can do our part in saving the planet by minimising the production of new clothes and minimising waste. Clothing that is not suitable for re-use is cut into raw material for re-use in furniture for example.
We help charities in sustaining their cash flow, we help our planet by reducing waste and we help humanity by minimising the production and harvest of raw materials for new clothes.