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HAKRO Gmbh is a new bluesign member
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Nov '09
bluesign technologies ag announces that HAKRO is a new bluesign member. Hence HAKRO can rely on the bluesign standard in practically managing all environment, health and safety (EHS) issues in their supply chain.

The bluesign membership allows leading retailers and brand companies, who are strongly committed to sustainability and “Corporate Social Responsibility” (CSR) to actively participate in the bluesign standard. As a bluesign member, HAKRO can benefit from practical solutions regarding EHS issues including assistance in the implementation of manageable EHS guidelines as well as general supply chain management.

bluesign membership for retailers and brand companies
The bluesign membership is beneficial to retailers and brand companies in several ways. Compliance with high-level EHS criteria means a long-lasting investment in consumer trust and a positive image. Consumers expect the retailers and brand companies to responsibly manage EHS problems. Transparency in the supply chain and an intelligent input stream management, like the bluesign standard offers, effectively solves these problems. Additionally bluesign members can be supported ideally in EHS questions, always with the goal to provide solutions, e.g. with risk assessments or scientific background information regarding current EHS relevant topics.

HAKRO was founded in 1987 by Harry Kroll who also gave the names to the two trademarks “HAKRO ACTIVEWEAR” and Harry Kroll “THE PREMIUM OF SHIRTS AND JACKETS”. Both trademarks stand for high-quality basic textiles that are offered without preorder and as never-out-of-stock collections. Authorised specialty dealers across Europe are directly supplied from the headquarter in Schrozberg, Baden-Württemberg (Germany,) with business-, team-, sports- and functional wear.

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