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Published on Thursday, 07 May 2015

Puma takes strong stance on failing factories

Written by Brett Mathews

HERZOGENAURACH – German sportswear giant Puma has used its latest annual report to outline ambitious sustainability goals, including the complete phase-out of poly-fluorinated hydrocarbons (PFCs), a ban on polyvinylchloride (PVC) and a commitment to carry out an environmental profit and loss (E-P&L) assessment every two years. The report also highlights how Puma is taking a strong stance on factories which fail to meet adequate compliance levels, with 35 supplier facilities which Puma assessed in 2014 removed from its supplier base due to a failure to meet the company's standards.


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