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Published on Friday, 04 February 2011

Brands and manufacturers opt for Bluesign

Written by Haydn Davis

bluesignST GALLEN - The bluesign standard continues to attract members from across the international textile supply chain with several new companies joining the partner network or signing up to conduct screenings.

The latest brands to join the partner network, thus committing to the criteria set by the bluesign standard are: Maloja, a trendy sportswear, bike wear and snow wear brand from Rimsting, Germany; Houdini Sportswear, a ski, board and outdoor underwear and outerwear brand from Nacka, Sweden; France-based Petzl, an outdoor textile and hardware specialist from France; and Eagle Creek, the US ‘adventure travel gear’ brand.


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