TAL Apparel partners Bluesign to improve transparency

15 Jun '20
2 min read
Pic: Bluesign
Pic: Bluesign

TAL Apparel, a Hong-Kong based garment manufacturer, has embarked on a partnership with Bluesign. Company reported that as brands and retailers are recognising the value of transparency in every tier of their supply chain, the partnership will build trust, synergies and collaboration for chemical management throughout the supply chain.
An estimated 1 of every 6 dress shirts sold in the US made is by TAL, one of the most respected names in the apparel industry and internationally recognised for its high-quality finishing processes. The partnership between TAL Apparel and Bluesign demonstrates the level of trust that has grown between the two organisations and its leaders working towards a greater mission.
“We strive to be a leading sustainable manufacturer. We work diligently on the details and celebrate achieving real and credible impacts. We are proud to partner with Bluesign because they are truly committed to a sustainable supply chain,” Dr Delman Lee, president and CTO of TAL Apparel, said in a press release.
This has been a long time coming, and we look forward to continuing our work together with Bluesign and other supply chain partners in creating a sustainable future.”
Most notably, this partnership is a reflection of the trend of premium brands to incorporate transparency into their business strategy.
“I appreciate the time and care that TAL has taken in making the decision to partner with Bluesign. This allows our partnership to be founded on strong mutual trust and respect for each other’s business practices and greater mission,” Jill Dumain, CEO of bluesign technologies, said.
This care and dedication are reflected in their professionalism. We are proud to enter into a partnership with such an influential organisation.”

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (JL)

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