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Hannah Abdulla

Hannah AbdullaBiography

Hannah-Farah Abdulla has over four years of experience in the publishing industry.

Hannah graduated from Loughborough University with a degree in publishing with English.

She has experience in both print and online journalism. Hannah spent two years as assistant editor for John Lewis' internal publication The Chronicle before travelling to the Middle East where she worked for two years under the ITP Publishing Group umbrella. Hannah spent one year as editor on B2B title Facilities Management Middle East before moving on to F&B title Caterer Middle East which focused on the retail and foodservice aspects of the industry.

Articles by Hannah Abdulla

Maersk says it fully supports the IMO's move to lower sulphur pollutionMaersk customers face price hike as shipper goes green 19 September 2018

Shipping prices will go up for Maersk customers as the logistics provider gears up for a new regulation that ultimately sees it lower the environmental impact of its operations.

Damco Supply Chain Services and Maersk Line's Ocean Product will now operate as a single unit as a result of the mergerMaersk, Damco divisional merger means speedier shipping for customers 19 September 2018

Global shipping giant A.P Moller-Maersk has announced a merger with Damco that will result in a one-stop-shop for customers looking to ship goods globally.

Bangladesh must improve logistical efficiency to grow export opportunitiesBangladesh urged to smarten up logistics to attract trade 19 September 2018

The Bangladesh government is being urged to improve the country's logistical efficiency – in particular connectivity to ports and roads – if it hopes to capitalise on new domestic and international trade opportunities.

The UK has been named Europe's largest online exporter with clothing its most popular category for cross-border-salesUK leads Europe in online exports, clothing ranked top 18 September 2018

The UK has been named Europe's largest online exporter according to a new report from Ipsos conducted on behalf of PayPal, with clothing the most popular category for cross-border purchases.

As part of its partnership with Parley for the Oceans – launched in 2015 - Adidas has sold 1m pairs of shoes made from Parley Ocean PlasticAdidas leads major apparel brands in top sustainability performers list 18 September 2018

German sportswear company Adidas has been named leader in its industry in this year's Dow Jones Sustainability Index, fighting off competition from major household names including Nike, Asics and Gildan who were also named among the best-in-class sustainability performers globally.

Sustainable trade convention tackles responsible sourcing 17 September 2018

The UN Forum on Sustainability Standards and the Quality Council of India have together launched a conference aimed at tackling a number of green barriers to the fashion industry.

The bill aims to maintain and enhance the quality of textile products as the country continues to pull large foreign investment from its exportsBangladesh textiles bill hopes to boost RMG investment 17 September 2018

The Bangladesh Parliament has passed a textiles bill which it says is planned to promote investment in the country's readymade garments sector.  

What impact will Brexit have on the UK apparel industry?10 ways to Brexit-proof your supply chain 14 September 2018

Brexit is looming. While the final arrangements between the UK and EU are yet to be hashed out, the UK Fashion & Textile Association says there are steps the industry can take now to prepare and minimise the impact on supply chains. Have a look at this top 10 checklist to see how ready your firm is for Brexit.

UK government help key to greener garment industry 14 September 2018

The UK Institute of Mechanical Engineers is calling on the British government to collaborate with the fashion industry by investing in initiatives that provide incentives for the development of more environmentally-friendly fibres.

John Lewis reported a near-99% H1 profit drop today John Lewis phenomenal H1 profit drop - What the analysts say  13 September 2018

Newly re-branded John Lewis & Partners this morning (13 September) announced a near 99% drop in group earnings for the first half of the year on the back of costs related to new shop openings and higher IT costs, as it continues to shape itself for future growth. Despite the glum result, analysts have rejected the claim the result spells the end of brick-and-mortar retailers. Instead, the majority argue John Lewis has a real opportunity to create a streamlined multi-channel offering to cater to the way today's consumer now shops. Physical stores, they argue, are still an essential part of the comprehensive retail offering and complement other means of shopping.

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