House of Fraser joins green manufacturing drive

Michael Holder
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House of Fraser hopes to boost sustainability throughout its supply chain
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House of Fraser hopes to boost sustainability throughout its supply chain

Retailer teams up with Manufacture 2030 online platform to cut its supply chain emissions and resource use

House of Fraser has become the latest major retailer to join the Manufacture 2030 initiative, which helps companies drive efficiencies, cut emissions, and reduce resource use across their supply chains....

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