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Ralph Lauren to move to renewable electricity by 2025
Ralph Lauren will use renewable electricity to power all of its globally owned and operated offices, distribution centres and stores by 2025, and join RE100, a group of influential businesses committed to the use of renewable power.
Lenzing goes for blockchain technology
Lenzing will use blockchain technology to support its TENCEL™ branded fibre business, ensuring complete transparency and traceability for brands and consumers of its fibres in the finished garment.
New CEO of TUV SUD Industry Service Division
Reiner Block (52) is the new CEO of TÜV SÜD's Industry Service Division, in which the international provider of quality, safety and sustainability solutions has pooled its engineering services designed to ensure the safe and reliable operation of industrial plants, refineries and power stations.
QOS Energy sets up Indian office
QOS Energy, a leading renewable O&M analytics software provider, has announced the opening of a new office in India to meet the growing demand of its customer base and exploit the opportunities offered by the booming Indian market.
Arvind bags award in energy conservation
Arvind Limited, India’s leading fashion and lifestyle conglomerate, bagged the Top Rank Award in energy conservation and efficiency during the National Energy Conservation Awards 2016 organised by The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), Ministry of Power, Government of India.
Cotton USA offering sourcing support at Texworld
COTTON USA will promote US cotton and offer sourcing support to the fashion industry supply chain at its exhibit at Texworld in Paris from February 6-9, 2017, in Hall 2 F187. COTTON USA will provide visitors with comprehensive background information on responsibly-produced US cotton, global cotton market developments, the findings of current market and consumer studies, and its ongoing Licensing, Marketing and Sourcing Programs.