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Sustainable transportation

At Lindex we work with sustainable fashion from a lifecycle perspective involving all parts of our design and production chain, which includes transportation of our products from production to stores. Transportation of goods affects the environment and we work continuously to minimise the environmental impact.

In order to minimise emissions into the air and water associated with transportations of Lindex products, we work within several areas:

Using mostly sea freight

Sea freight is a more sustainable option than air freight since it has less negative impact on the environment. In 2017, 86 per cent of Lindex goods was transported by sea freight and our goal is to increase the proportion of sea freight even more.

Utilising space in shipment container

We regularly measure and follow up on the loading efficiency in containers. We work to use the space as efficient as possible and aim to fully load the containers, in shipment from production to distribution as well as shipment from distribution to stores.

Clean Shipping

Clean Shipping is a network that Lindex has been a part of since 2008 that works with an index on shipping companies’ environmental impact. You can read more about the network and our commitment here.

Low use of air freight

Transporting goods by air freight has major negative impact on the environment which is why we only use it in exceptional cases. In 2017, 4 per cent of Lindex goods was transported by air freight and our goal is to minimise the proportion of air freight even more.

Road transport requirements

We work with a requirement platform that is developed together with other companies in retail and grocery trades, in cooperation with the Swedish Transport Administration. It is a platform we use when we chose suppliers which includes requirements for:

  • Business management – the environment and traffic safety
  • Compliance with legislation
  • Alcohol and drugs
  • Greenhouse gas emissions
  • Speed
  • Emissions of substances harmful to health
  • Follow-up

The news

Lindex opens with record breaking success in Denmark

Lindex has now opened the doors to its new store located in Denmark’s biggest shopping mall Fields, Copenhagen. The store opening attracted 13.700 guests during the opening weekend.
October 7, 2019

Lindex launches collection to support cancer research

For International Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Lindex launches a collection of every day pieces where prints and soft knits are core. In October, 10 per cent of all sales from the collection is donated to cancer research.
September 24, 2019

Continued strong result for Lindex

Today, the fashion company presents its interim result and sales for the first half of the year and the second quarter. The result shows that Lindex has maintained its strong performance.
August 9, 2019

Lindex in collaboration with Boozt

Lindex continues its digital expansion and are now partnering up with Boozt. As a first step, a selection of Lindex kids’ clothing is available at Boozt.com.
July 10, 2019

Lindex recruits Marie Paulsson as Creative Director

As part of Lindex’s work to create a holistic brand experience in Lindex’s all channels and further strengthen the customer experience, the fashion brand has recruited Marie Paulsson as Creative Director.

June 18, 2019

Lindex opens store in Denmark

Lindex will open store in Denmark this autumn. The store will be operated by a franchisee and will open in the attractive shopping centre Fields in Copenhagen.
May 14, 2019

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