Ikea ready for green deals

Yin-Poole, Wesley
June 2007
Cabinet Maker;6/15/2007, Issue 5542, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the move of Ikea AB to have an exploratory talk with rival retailer B&Q PLC on how they can collaborate to address the issue of climate change in Great Britain. Charlie Browne, Ikea environment manager, says that the talks had begun on how the firm could combine local areas on transport for their co-workers and customers. It adds that all its units will be supplied with 100% renewable energy for electricity and heating by 2012.


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