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Marks & Spencer Chooses Sri Lanka To Launch Its Apparel Eco-Factory Concept

Author: Joint Apparel Association Forum, Published on: 15 August 2008

The Garments Without Guilt campaign, launched by Sri Lanka Apparel, focuses on ethically-made clothing--meaning free of child labour, free of sweatshop conditions and free of forced labour--but they know that being ethical goes hand-in-hand with being sustainable... Sri Lanka Apparel's member manufacturers are [also] taking the necessary steps to use sustainable, environmentally-friendly practices when making their quality garments... Three of Sri Lanka's largest apparel manufacturers [Brandix, MAS Intimates (part of MAS Holdings), C.K.T. Apparel (part of Hirdaramani Group)] have launched eco-factories in conjunction with large retail giants such as Marks & Spencer and GAP...

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Related companies: Brandix Gap Marks & Spencer MAS Holdings