100% of Timberland’s footwear will use recycled, organic and renewable materials by 2020 © Getty Images
100% of Timberland’s footwear will use recycled, organic and renewable materials by 2020 © Getty Images

Timberland sets its sights on supply chain circularity

posted by Alison Ratcliffe
28 March 2017

The US manufacturer is working to recycle its sourcing in three quite different ways.

Timberland aims to close the loop of its supply chain circle and recycle across all its footwear by the next decade, and is tackling it from different angles.

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