It feels fantastic and I’m proud of how Lindex has managed to integrate sustainability in the entire business. We have come a long way and I look forward to further developing our sustainability work, says Anna-Karin Dahlberg.
After more than fifteen years at Lindex, in Sweden and abroad, Anna-Karin has long and substantial experience with Lindex and the company’s sustainability work. For the last three years, she has been responsible for the sustainability work in Lindex supply chain. Anna-Karin succeeds Lindex former sustainability manager Sara Winroth, who is now moving on to other challenges.
Lindex is committed to work with sustainability in all areas of the business, including a lifecycle perspective from design to when a garment is no longer used. Today, more than half of Lindex garments are made of more sustainable materials and the goal is to reach 80 % by 2020.
“We have come a long way with our sustainability work at Lindex, but we also have many challenges ahead of us. Sustainability is everyone’s responsibility and we must take ours, together with our partners, suppliers and customers. That way we can have a positive and sustainable development in society”, says Anna-Karin.