By May 2013 Pakistani denim fabrics and jeans items manufacturer Artistic Milliners will commence to work through a new, additional apparel manufacturing facility that will operate according to eco-friendly standards.

"Our future aim is to focus on eco-friendly and sustainable standards," commented Murtaza Ahmed, director, Artistic Milliners. “We want to become the biggest environmentally friendly jeans manufacturers in the world. For this our new garment factory will will be a green manufacturing facility certified by LEEDS with an eco-friendly rating system." The LEEDS  (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating system is developed by USBGC (U.S. Green building Council) and Artistic Milliners is targeting to get a LEEDS Platinum Certification, which is the highest standard of Energy and Environmental Design.

The new company's aim is to double its present productive capacity of one-million-garments per month to about two million garments per month. Artistic Milliners wants to continue exclusively employing female labor and disabled people for its garment facilities (for instance they are already employing 150 disabled people in their already existing finishing departments). The new productive facility will employ 95% women and 5% disabled people.