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Fashion chain KappAhl publishes supplier list
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Oct '13
Fashion chain KappAhl has published their supplier list. By doing so KappAhl want to contribute further to increased transparency and faster development of textile production. They also wish to promote further dialogue with other stakeholders in the ongoing sustainability efforts.

KappAhl's brand is associated with fashion, design and quality. It also stands for responsibility, care and safety. Sustainability is an integrated part of our daily activities. We act with a long term business perspective and strive to work proactively with issues related to quality, environment, safety, working conditions and social matters.

For many years, KappAhl has worked hard to build strong relationships with our suppliers, based on knowledge sharing, mutual trust and transparency. By publishing its suppliers list, KappAhl aims to contribute to increased transparency and accelerated development of conditions in textile production. KappAhl also promotes further dialogue with other stakeholders in the ongoing sustainability efforts."

The publication was preceded by an extensive effort to maintain good long term relationships with suppliers and from a competitive perspective, secure access to the best production of each and every occasion.

KappAhl is one of the Nordic region’s leading fashion chains with approximately 400 stores in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Poland and Shop Online. The company offers inspiring and affordable fashion of its own design for women, men and children. The main target market is women in mid-life. During 2012/2013, the company had sales of SEK 4.8 billion and employed approximately 4,500.

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