Samsonite lift sustainability efforts with 'carbon neutral' pledge

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Luggage maker promises to cut carbon emissions, source 100 per cent renewable energy, and boost durability and recyclability of its products

Leading luggage brand Samsonite has set its sights on becoming 'carbon neutral' and using 100 per cent renewable energy in the manufacture of its products by 2025, as it unveiled its new global sustainability...

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