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House of Fraser and 2degrees’ Manufacture 2030 partner for efficient supply chains

House of Fraser to improve sustainability in supply chain

2degrees, the digital platform provider for sustainable businesses, has confirmed that House of Fraser, the British retailer, will be joining its Manufacture 2030 platform.

The department store has joined the platform to enforce its position as a responsible retailer by riving environmental improvements throughout its supply chain.

House of Fraser aims to reduce its energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions, waste generation, and consumption of resources and water.

The firm will tackle these issue by encouraging its supplier to use the M2030 bee, 2degrees’ digital tool that can identity, investigate, and implement efficiency gains throughout operations.

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“There has never been a clearer business case for resource efficiency, as it drives cost and reputational benefits,” stated Martin Chilcott, Founder and CEO of 2degrees.

“The platform’s success in delivering this, along with solving both site and enterprise-level challenges is a reason why leading brands such as House of Fraser and The Co-op are partnering with us.”

“We are delighted that a brand with the stature of House of Fraser has signed up, and we hope to work closely with them to help improve their sustainable output.”

“Our partnership with 2degrees and The Manufacture 2030 platform aims to drive resource efficiency and embed good environmental practice across our supply chain,” added Dr Dorothy Maxwell, Head of Sustainability at House of Fraser.

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