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Clothing sector handbook released by ASBCI to interest suppliers
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Feb '09
The UK's leading clothing and textile suppliers' forum, ASBCI, is delighted to announce the launch of its Clothing Industry Handbook 2009. It is the first handbook of its type written specifically for suppliers' across the global clothing chain.

In addition to information on the ASBCI, its news and events, the handbook contains topical 'advisory' features, written by industry experts, that offer suppliers' advice on subjects that include an update on the latest 'European care label symbols', 'employment law in an economic crisis' and making the supply-chain 'lean, mean and green.'

There are also articles on 'the renaissance of the British weaving industry' and on the impact of the new Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of Chemicals, REACH regulations.

The handbook is available free on application to the ASBCI. Postage and packing in the UK will be charged from £1.00 and overseas from £4.00, with any increase dependent on the number of copies ordered.

The handbook reviews the latest ASBCI conference, speaker and student events in addition to overviewng its recent technical visits and technical handbooks. There is also a full members' listing and a diary of forthcoming events.

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