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Published on Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Swedish retailers to grow Indian textile project

Written by John Mowbray

STOCKHOLM – Swedish retail brands Indiska, KappAhl and Lindex claim to have reduced the environmental impact and improved capacity of supply chains through a unique project for cleaner production in partnership with more than 40 Indian textile and garment suppliers. It is claimed that the new project has contributed to savings of 284 million litres of water and 402 tonnes of chemicals annually and is now being scaled up to include several Indian states and four other countries.

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