18th February 2015
Customer boycott lifted after Azim Group agrees to mend its ways
A number of buyers - including VF, Gap, Li&Fung, PVH and El Corte Ingles - have agreed to lift their boycott of Bangladesh's Azim Group after the garment maker agreed...
1st May 2014
VF and PVH show interest as Kenyans “launch” proposed Textile City
VF and PVH were among garment buyers attending the Kenyan government's "launch" of a proposed Textile City on April 30. The official plan appears as insubstantial as most similar announcements...
5th December 2013
Luthai to open “first” foreign garment plant in Cambodia
China's Luthai announced in early December it would open a garment making plant in Cambodia. The company describes itself as the world's "largest high-grade yarn-dyed fabric producer", with a highly...
19th September 2013
ZDHC now joined by most of Greenpeace’s bigger targets
The Q3 report of the Zero Discharge of Hazardous Chemicals (ZDHC) group reveals that Gap, PVH and Limited Brands, after "naming and shaming" by Greenpeace, have now joined, signing the Detox...
15th January 2013
PVH, Gap and Victoria’s Secret targeted as more majors join Detox Challenge
Greenpeace named PVH brands, Mango, Gap, Victoria's Secret and a number of smaller Chinese and European brands during December as having so far "failed to take responsibility for the pollution...
1st November 2012
Activists attack on Gap Bangladesh fire plan reveals confusion on PVH plan
Gap's announcement to introduce new fire safety standards at supplier factories in Bangladesh has attracted fierce criticism from activist groups.Gap's plan includes hiring an independent fire safety inspector to oversee...
30th January 2009
Who’s devised the right sourcing organisation: Metro or PVH?
On January 19, Germany's Metro retail chain announced it was cutting 5% of its workforce and decentralising sourcing into its four main divisions. On January 27, Phillips Van Heusen (PVH)...