Kloth Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.

Founded and formed on the 11th of December 2013, Kloth Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. (Kloth Malaysia) is a Malaysian social enterprise who aspires to become the lead for textile circular economy with measurable social, economic and environmental impact. In 2019, Kloth Malaysia was awarded the Social Enterprise Accreditation (SE.A) status by the Ministry of Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives (MEDAC) for the positive impacts it has contributed to the environment.

Kloth Cares Fabric Recycling Movement and Woman Up Movement by Kloth Cares are sustainable brands established by Kloth Malaysia which are in line with its sustainability commitment pillars, “Rethink, Reduce, Reuse, Repurpose and Recycle” as well as economic empowerment for women.

Woman Up Movement by Kloth Cares (Woman Up)

On 1st of July, 2020, Kloth Malaysia launched Woman Up, committed to keep fabric out of landfills, by applying the Textile Circular Economy model and contributing to economic empowerment for struggling and vulnerable women from the B40 income bracket as well as impoverished. #SHEconomy. Struggling and vulnerable women include those who are physically impaired or with health challenges, jobless and struggling economically. Woman Up wants to encourage the corporate citizens to purchase corporate merchandizes made from recycled fabrics and sustainable materials sewn by the women who are in need to improve livelihoods. More than 7, 000 pieces of Kloth Face Mask (fabric masks) were produced for distinguished clients including Allianz Insurance Malaysia, Coca-Cola, MBSB Bank, Loreal Malaysia, Accenture Malaysia, MBI Selangor and etc. Woman Up is in partnership with Selangor Youth Community (SAY).

Due to the nature of the movement, it supports the following Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs):

  • SDG1: No poverty – By targeting the B40 income bracket to help impoverished or vulnerable women.
  • SDG4: Quality education – By empowering them with skills and enabling them to earn decent incomes.
  • SDG8: Decent Work and Economic Growth – By providing them with decent jobs for economic wellbeing.
  • SDG10: Reduced inequalities – By increasing social and economic empowerment, inequality gaps with the higher income groups will be reduced.
  • SDG11: Sustainable Cities and Communities – By supporting socio-economic development of the B40, it advocates inclusivity and sustainability in the growth of cities and communities whilst reducing textile waste.
  • SDG12: Sustainable Consumption and Production – By incorporating recycling textiles as a commitment, it promotes a circular economy through responsible and sustainable production, consumption and disposal of unwanted materials.

Sustainable brands established by Kloth Malaysia are in line with United Nations Sustainable Development Goals



The co-founders of Kloth Malaysia are Nik Suzila Hassan (Suzy) and Sarahah Kedah (Sarah) who were classmates at Universiti Tenaga Nasional, both graduating with a Bachelor of Accounting degree with Honours.

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+6012 66 444 56
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