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Shahi Exports in the Business of Fashion and Mckinsey’s The State of Fashion 2021 report

We are honored to have Shahi’s Head of Organizational Development, Anant Ahuja, featured in an interview in The State of Fashion 2021 report along with a group of top executives of leading global fashion companies. This group includes Helena Helmersson, Chief Executive of H&M Group, our customer for nearly two decades, and an industry leader that continues to demonstrate their commitment to the sustainability of the supply chain, especially through the pandemic. Other companies interviewed for the report include Kering, Louis Vuitton, Selfridges Group, and Alibaba.
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Using textile waste to enhance cotton production: Results from a field trial with HKRITA

Shahi and The Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparel (HRKITA) are collaborating to advance their shared goals of moving towards a circular economy and ensuring the long-term sustainability of the apparel supply chain. HKRITA’s technologies successfully transform cellulose powder recovered from recycling cotton-polyester blends into a superabsorbent polymer (SAP). The application of this SAP in cotton production was tested in the field by Shahi. Initial results indicate that applying SAP on the cotton plants did improve water retention, especially under extreme water stress, and hence enhanced cotton yield and quality. A larger experiment in 2021 will be conducted to validate these findings.
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Shahi endorses ILO’s COVID-19 global Call to Action in the garment industry

We recognize that to fulfill our commitment to protect workers’ wellbeing, all stakeholders in the industry need to work together. This is why we have endorsed ILO’s Call to Action on “COVID-19: Action in the Global Garment Industry” which aims to generate actions from across the global garment industry to protect workers’ income, health and employment, and support manufacturers to survive during the COVID-19 crisis. The global action also calls for working together to establish sustainable systems of social protection for a more just and resilient garment industry.
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