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Published on Monday, 20 October 2014

Resource consumption tool for brands

Written by Stacey Dove
M&J Group production facility

M&J Group production facility

BANGLADESH – A new garment supply chain traceability technology from Bangladesh apparel manufacturer M&J Group, who reportedly produce clothing for retailers including H&M, Esprit, GAP and Macys, is said to provide certifiable data on resources used in garment production, including water, energy and chemical usage, and labour.


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