Nike powered by renewable energy

Related Keywords: Belgium, carbon footprint, Europe, Geothermal, Ham, hydroelectric, Nike, renewable energy, solar

Belgium
Nike powered by renewable energy
Summary: 
Nike has opened a new distribution centre powered entirely by renewable energy as part of its ambition to reduce its carbon footprint to zero. The company says the 1.5 million square feet centre, called the Court, in the Belgian town of Ham, is fuelled by wind, solar, geothermal, hydroelectric and biomass power. The Court’s rack-supported structure required

Nike has opened a new distribution centre powered entirely by renewable energy as part of its ambition to reduce its carbon footprint to zero.

The company says the 1.5 million square feet centre, called the Court, in the Belgian town of Ham, is fuelled by wind, solar, geothermal, hydroelectric and biomass power.

The Court’s rack-supported structure required less steel and concrete, minimising waste and reducing material used in the construction process.

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Ruyi Group, the only company signing the fashion pact from Mainland China

Related Keywords: Burberry, China, development, environment, fashion, Gap Inc, Nike, plastic, sustainable, Textile

China
Ruyi Group, the only company signing the fashion pact from Mainland China
Summary: 
Thirty-two leading global fashion and textile companies gathered ahead of the 45th G7 meeting to sign the Fashion Pact as environmental protection and sustainable development has become one of the most critical topics of global development. They have committed to achieving practical objectives together in three areas: Climate, Biodiversity, and Oceans, aiming to reduce the environmental impact of the fashion

Thirty-two leading global fashion and textile companies gathered ahead of the 45th G7 meeting to sign the Fashion Pact as environmental protection and sustainable development has become one of the most critical topics of global development. They have committed to achieving practical objectives together in three areas: Climate, Biodiversity, and Oceans, aiming to reduce the environmental impact of the fashion and textile industry.

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Fashion pact commits to certifaction of high impact materials

Related Keywords: Adidas, biodiversity, cashmere, climate, cotton, fashion, fashion pact, fibers, H&M, high impact material, leather, luxury, metals, Nike, synthetic fibres, Textile, viscose, wool

France
Fashion pact commits to certifaction of high impact materials
Summary: 
Thirty-two luxury, fashion and textile companies have signed a new commitment to protect climate, biodiversity and the oceans of the world, calling the new initiative the Fashion Pact. Representatives presented the idea of the new agreement to the president of France, Emmanuel Macron, at a special meeting in Paris on August 23. Mr Macron arranged for the leaders of the G7 group of the wealthiest states

Thirty-two luxury, fashion and textile companies have signed a new commitment to protect climate, biodiversity and the oceans of the world, calling the new initiative the Fashion Pact.

Representatives presented the idea of the new agreement to the president of France, Emmanuel Macron, at a special meeting in Paris on August 23. Mr Macron arranged for the leaders of the G7 group of the wealthiest states in the world to see a presentation on the Fashion Pact during the G7 Summit in Biarritz, which takes place from August 24-26.

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Technology behind Nike's newest running shoes

Related Keywords: brand, footbed, footwear, investment, Nike, plastic, Premium, rubber, skin, supply chain, technology, TPE

United States
Technology behind Nike's newest running shoes
Summary: 
Nike has unveiled its latest innovation in athletic footwear technology: the Nike Joyride cushioning system. Joyride is a new, proprietary cushioning platform, released Thursday, which Nike is positioning next to the its revolutionary Nike Air technology and its TPU foam-based Nike React collection. Nike says the new system was designed to provide the holy grail of running shoe features—powerful impact absorption combined with superior energy return—all personalized

Nike has unveiled its latest innovation in athletic footwear technology: the Nike Joyride cushioning system.

Joyride is a new, proprietary cushioning platform, released Thursday, which Nike is positioning next to the its revolutionary Nike Air technology and its TPU foam-based Nike React collection. Nike says the new system was designed to provide the holy grail of running shoe features—powerful impact absorption combined with superior energy return—all personalized to fit an individual runner’s stride.

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8.6% increase in revenue for Koovs

Related Keywords: Being Human, Future Lifestyle Fashions Ltd, Koovs, lifestyle, London, Nike, revenue, traffic

United Kingdom
8.6% increase in revenue for Koovs
Summary: 
Online fashion retailer Koovs Plc. reported a 8.6% rise in revenues for FY19 to ₹59 crore, up from the ₹54.3 crore reported in 2017-18, according to the company’s annual report. Koovs’ total comprehensive loss for the year ended 31 March 2019, however, widened to ₹137.9 crore from ₹134.27 crore in the year-ago period, as its operating expenses grew 12% to ₹123.2 crore. The gross order value stood

Online fashion retailer Koovs Plc. reported a 8.6% rise in revenues for FY19 to ₹59 crore, up from the ₹54.3 crore reported in 2017-18, according to the company’s annual report.

Koovs’ total comprehensive loss for the year ended 31 March 2019, however, widened to ₹137.9 crore from ₹134.27 crore in the year-ago period, as its operating expenses grew 12% to ₹123.2 crore.

The gross order value stood at ₹117.8 crore down 6% from a year earlier.

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Nike and Stone Island collaborate to bring innovative craft

Related Keywords: environment, fabric, Garments, Golf, innovation, Nike, sports, Stone Island

United States
Nike and Stone Island collaborate to bring innovative craft
Summary: 
Golf’s fourth and final major of the 2019 season is contested on Northern Ireland’s most challenging 18 holes. Defined by its rolling sand dunes and coastal views, the links course has hosted major tournaments for more than 100 years. Participants, even in July, face cool temperatures and bursts of rain — an environment that requires sympathetic

Golf’s fourth and final major of the 2019 season is contested on Northern Ireland’s most challenging 18 holes. Defined by its rolling sand dunes and coastal views, the links course has hosted major tournaments for more than 100 years. Participants, even in July, face cool temperatures and bursts of rain — an environment that requires sympathetic garments.

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Only 21% circular fashion target met so far

Related Keywords: circular fashion, design, ethical, fashion, Gap, GFA, Global Fashion Agenda, Nike, Recycle, sustainability, sustainable

United Kingdom
Only 21% circular fashion target met so far
Summary: 
Signatories of the 2020 Circular Fashion System Commitment, an initiative launched in 2017 by the Global Fashion Agenda (GFA), will have to hurry up if they still want to reach all the circularity targets they committed to. GFA’s second yearly assessment of the progress made by fashion brands and retailers was published today and the results are rather

Signatories of the 2020 Circular Fashion System Commitment, an initiative launched in 2017 by the Global Fashion Agenda (GFA), will have to hurry up if they still want to reach all the circularity targets they committed to. GFA’s second yearly assessment of the progress made by fashion brands and retailers was published today and the results are rather disappointing: it turns out they have reached only 45 (21 percent) of the 213 targets set.

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Flag clothing technically illegal in USA from July 4th

Related Keywords: advertising, America, ban, clothing, consumers, flag, Nike, The Doneger Group, United States

United States
Flag clothing technically illegal in USA from July 4th
Summary: 
Although Nike has recalled its “Betsy Ross” American flag sneakers, shoppers looking for flag-adorned clothing in stores will have plenty of other options, even though the popular trend is technically illegal. Nike had intended to release a pair of Air Max 1 Quick Strike sneakers

Although Nike has recalled its “Betsy Ross” American flag sneakers, shoppers looking for flag-adorned clothing in stores will have plenty of other options, even though the popular trend is technically illegal.

Nike had intended to release a pair of Air Max 1 Quick Strike sneakers for the Fourth of July that featured a 13-star flag, commonly linked to Philadelphia seamstress Betsy Ross, but said Tuesday it halted distribution ”... based on concerns that it could unintentionally offend and detract from the nation’s patriotic holiday.”

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Taiwan smart machinery leads textile industry

Related Keywords: ACME, Adidas, AK Dyeing, brands, CCI Tech, dyeing, innovation, machinery, Nike, Pai Lung, T.C.H, Tai Ho Shing, TAITRA, Taiwan, Taiwan Giu Chunc, Textile, THS, trade, Uniglo

Taiwan
Taiwan smart machinery leads textile industry
Summary: 
Taiwan’s textile industry is attracting more and more international attention. Global brands such as Nike, Adidas, Uniqlo, etc. use functional fabrics from Taiwan, 70% of the international market, which makes the country one of the best textile manufacture suppliers in the world. As well as the talent, experience and the healthy relationship with big global manufacturers, there’s a big effort

Taiwan’s textile industry is attracting more and more international attention. Global brands such as Nike, Adidas, Uniqlo, etc. use functional fabrics from Taiwan, 70% of the international market, which makes the country one of the best textile manufacture suppliers in the world. As well as the talent, experience and the healthy relationship with big global manufacturers, there’s a big effort in Taiwan’s textile machinery supply chain.

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NIKE, Inc. names G. Scott Uzzell President and CEO of Converse, Inc.

Related Keywords: Inc., Nike, strategic business growth

Boston
Summary: 
Uzzell joins Converse at an exciting time as the brand sets the stage to move into new spaces by reconnecting to its heritage in sport. Uzzell began his career within sales and marketing for companies such as Procter & Gamble, Coca-Cola and Nabisco, before returning to Coca-Cola in 2000 in the Strategy & Planning division. Since then, he has held a number of leadership positions across its business including McDonald’s U.S. Division, Global New Business Development, Global Marketing, ZICO and VEB.

Uzzell joins Converse at an exciting time as the brand sets the stage to move into new spaces by reconnecting to its heritage in sport. Uzzell began his career within sales and marketing for companies such as Procter & Gamble, Coca-Cola and Nabisco, before returning to Coca-Cola in 2000 in the Strategy & Planning division. Since then, he has held a number of leadership positions across its business including McDonald’s U.S. Division, Global New Business Development, Global Marketing, ZICO and VEB.

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