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Britannia Garment Packaging produces quality packaging for the garment industry.
Britannia Garment Packaging produces quality packaging for the garment industry.

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Amy Hall, Director of Social Consciousness at Eileen Fisher, recently spoke with us about the importance of supply chain management in the fashion industry:

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Many fashion brands are still struggling to shake their dependency on complex and opaque supplier relationships. Are your garment manufacturers making ethical supply chain decisions? 

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The biggest challenge for half of all retailers is maintaining brand loyalty. We believe organic cotton clothing labels can influence consumer decisions, by standing out in a saturated market and appealing to conscious consumers:




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As the January sales get into full swing, some consumers are looking to make more eco-conscious fashion choices. Organic fashion brands are helping to make this possible - so we’ve compiled seven of the hottest ranges around.


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Woven labels are seemingly a minor part of any garment retailer’s complex supply chain - but their importance cannot be overstated. This trim shares your brand’s name and logo. No ethical retailer in 2016 can afford to lack visibility and control over the manufacture of these pieces of material:


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Consumers have become accustomed to trendy clothing at cheap prices, and at the same time, child labour is freely available in many emerging countries. Here's how ethical garment retailers can ensure that their supply chain is free from child labour:


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Several brands are impressing consumers and building a more eco-friendly future by launching organic cotton clothing collections. We think that organic clothing labels and packaging will play a big part in this rising trend. Here’s how suppliers can help retailers achieve their organic goals: http://hubs.ly/H01F62W0

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Brands making efforts to reshore or nearshore their manufacturing operations, but the majority of the global garment industry's production activity remains in developing countries where skilled labour is plentiful and overheads are cheap.

However, it can be difficult for garment retailers to manage supply chains across several regions and work with such an intricate network of suppliers. Brands must find ways to deal with these complexities, and finding the right garment packaging suppliers is essential: http://hubs.ly/H01CnyS0

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Although organic fashion has enjoyed a surge in popularity in recent years, eco-friendly products can still struggle to fly off the shelves. In this blog, we explain how organic packaging design could help brands break through the ‘green glass ceiling’ and get organic products on the shelves of major retail stores: http://hubs.ly/H01ClgQ0

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Many major retailers have begun to explore sustainability in their supply chains. What was once a unique selling point is now becoming an area for competition, as companies race to get ahead of other brands and even overtake government legislation.

Garment labels and packaging can be a powerful way for garment brands to communicate their sustainability message to consumers, in contrast to a lengthy corporate responsibility report written for investors. By leading the way in sustainable packaging design, retailers can build a responsible reputation - but what are consumers expecting from them? We reveal all in our blog: http://hubs.ly/H01CnGp0
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