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Published on Tuesday, 26 September 2017

UK T-Shirt firm goes green

Written by David Styles

COWES – Garment manufacturer, UK T-Shirt Printing, has moved its operations to a new low carbon factory on the Isle of Wight, which is powered entirely by renewable energy.

The company is a division of fashion brand Rapanui, and says the decision was a result of a substantial upturn in business related to its sustainable branded merchandise and in recognition of its supply chain’s commitment to sustainability and traceability.


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