ISKO Denim is one of the world's leading denim producers with 1,500 high-tech automated looms, global distribution of employees and production capacity of 250 million meters per year and portfolio that includes more than 25,000 products has joined the Sustainable Apparel Coalition (SAC). ISKO will use the SAC's sustainability metrics tool, the Higg Index, to drive environmental responsibility across its supply chain.
Marco Lucietti, global marketing director of SANKO/ISKO division said that they were pleased to join forces with SAC, confident this effort will drive better product sustainability over time. It's a new model that shows how industries can collaborate and make significant steps forward in value chain performance.
The SAC's CEO Jason Kibbey said that the addition of ISKO to the Coalition they look forward to their participation in this industry wide effort in sustainability. Having ISKO as part of the Coalition widens the scope of their impact within the apparel industry and accelerates the change they're making towards responsible industry actions.
ISKO has said it will contribute both data and resources to support the Higg Index, which gauges environmental sustainability and drives supply chain decision-making to better efficiency and sustainability impact.
The Higg Index is an open source, indicator-based tool that allows suppliers, manufacturers, brands and retailers to evaluate materials, products, facilities and processes based on environmental and product design choices.
There are currently more than 160 members of the SAC, including Adidas, C&A, Gap, H&M, Kohl's, Levi's, Macy's, Nike, Puma, REI, Target, and VF Corporation.
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