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VANCOUVER – Environmental non-profit Canopy has announced the audit findings for six man-made cellulosic fibre (MMCF) manufacturers and one dissolving pulp supplier, which includes three first-timers.

The companies in question are Jilin Chemical Fiber, Xinxiang Chemical Fiber, ENKA, Kelheim, Kara Fiber, Rum Indonesia and Cosmo, which had their sourcing operations scrutinised by third-party auditing outfits Preferred by Nature and SCS Global Services.

Amanda Carr, Canopy’s director of strategic initiatives, commented: “Canopy’s doors are wide open to all global producers of man-made cellulosic fibre who want to collaborate to forward ancient and endangered forest conservation, as well as the scaling up of low-impact next generation fibre solutions.”

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