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Offer of the Month
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Fashioning fibres for an environmentally sustainable future
 

"Fibres—and the way they are grown or manufactured and the raw materials from which they are madeā??represent only the starting point of the textile and apparel supply chain. But it is in these areas where much of the damage to the environment is caused."
(Textiles Intelligence)
 
Robin Anson, editorial and managing director of Textiles Intelligence, was invited to give a presentation to industry executives who are responsible for sustainability in the apparel supply chain. During May 2017, we are offering you the opportunity to purchase the presentation and an accompanying 14-page report at a special price. The package is delivered in electronic format, and provides information and data which will support your strategic planning decisions relating to sourcing fibres for apparel – and includes the following:
 
FIBRES AND THE ENVIRONMENT

  • Which fibres are more sustainable to produce? Natural or man-made?
  • Which fibres are more sustainable to process? Natural or man-made?
  • Which fibres are more sustainable in relation to customer care? Natural or man-made?
 
ARE SUSTAINABLE FIBRES INCREASING IN IMPORTANCE?  
 
WHAT STEPS CAN BE TAKEN TO INCREASE SUSTAINABILITY?
  • Improving the sustainability of cotton growing
  • Better Cotton Initiative (BCI)
  • Organic cotton
  • Cotton made in Africa (CmiA)
  • Fairtrade certified cotton
  • Improving the sustainability of man-made cellulosic fibres
  • Improving the sustainability of synthetic fibres
  • Improving the sustainability of textiles and garments
 
RECYCLING AND RE-ENGINEERING
  • Recycling
  • Re-engineering
 
CONCLUSIONS  
 
List of figures
  • Trends in fibre production volumes by fibre type, 2000-16
  • Trends in fibre production shares by fibre type, 2000-16
  • Trends in US apparel import shares by fibre type, 1990-2016
During May 2017, this 60-page package is available for:

  • US$295 (if you are in the Americas or Asia Pacific);
  • Euro225 (if you are in Europe, the Middle East or Africa); or
  • £195 including VAT (if you are in the UK).

 
Please note: to take advantage of this month's special offer, we need to receive your order instructions and payment no later than May 31, 2017
 
(These prices are for single named user licences only. Multi-user licences are also available. Please ask us for details.)
 
NB: The offer may not be used in conjunction with any other offers.

All you need to do is:
  1. Send an email to subscriptions@textilesintelligence.com, quoting MSO1705 and requesting an order form.
  2. Return the completed form by email or fax with your full contact details and payment instructions.
  3. Wait for your report and presentation to reach you by email.

To take advantage of this special offer, please telephone our credit card hotline now on
+44 (0)1625 536136

or
request an order form by email.

Please state voucher code MSO1705 when contacting us.

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