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Profession / role:
Project Manager
Company / organisation:
National Cleaner Production Centre South Africa
Website (if you have one):
www.ncpc.co.za
My primary role in relation to fashion is:
Consultant
I am looking to discover or buy
Information around Sustainable Production methods
About me / About business or organisation:
I am married and have two wonderful kids aged 12 and 16. I am also still studying and is in the process of completing my Masters Degree in Business Administration.
Career history / Company history:
I have worked as a Quality Manager at one of the biggest clothing manufacturers in South Africa. I currently work as a Project Manager at an environmental organisation called the National Cleaner Production Centre South Africa, and represent the Clothing and Textile sector.

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At 13:54 on May 18, 2013, S.k.murali said…

I hope you are looking for apparel manufacturers.E-mail us your needs to business@fknit.com.For more details about our company log on to www.fknit.com.

Warm reagards...

At 14:33 on January 6, 2010, David McGill said…
Helo Andre, since we were last in touch cloth has been woven and number of goods manufactured with many more in the pipeline. We are also planning to stage a fashion show during the world cup to help promote Africa. My agents website is www.southafricatartan.com and mine is www.tartansforafrica.com.
At 14:29 on December 21, 2009, Janine Johnston said…
hello! good to hear from you and yes, I am busy: promoting our Eco design Initiative so we can bridge the differences between SA and SE's design industries. It is different here: sustainability is an accepted concept and the big retailers, like H&M offer organic ranges - 100% organic rather than 5% organic content. As you know, we are working to expand the no kak concept to create more and bigger opportunities for sustainable design. I hope that we can do some collaborative work on this in the new year!
As for the weather: its the complete opposite: snow and ice, which makes the experience so magical!
keep in touc!
All the best, Janine
At 11:01 on August 19, 2009, David McGill said…
Thanks Andre, if you dont mind I'll pass your contact details to my agents.
At 11:35 on August 18, 2009, David McGill said…
Im having cloth woven in the Western Cape and will be looking for garment/accessory manufacturers. Can you help?
 
 
 

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