Supply chain weighs on Puma's first green accounts
By Joe Ayling | 17 May 2011
Sporting goods company Puma is calling for industry-wide engagement in environmental reporting after parent company PPR Group released its first set of green accounts for the brand as an aside to regular financial reporting.
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