Swedish TSA looks forward to May annual conference

7 April 2022


SWEDEN
Daniel Kärrholt, CEO of the Swedish textile services association, Tvatteriforbundet, has a positive message for the Association’s Scandinavian membership, saying: “It is a troublesome world but at least we can meet in person now. We are planning our annual conference in Gothenburg, Sweden, on 19 May.” He has set up a raft of interesting speakers for the event.

The speakers include Ola Serneke, founder of Serneke a large listed company. An entrepreneur driven construction company it is a young company in a tradition-focused industry. As the next generation of construction group, it “challenges the industry, engages the time and inspires the future”. 

Johnny Magnusson is the president of the regional executive committee in Västra Götaland and is the top regional politician in West Sweden. 

Södra is a large forest industry group and thatcreate products and services for a global market and contribute to the growth of the Swedish economy. We have control over the entire value chain, from seed to customer, and promote sustainable development in all stages. We also focus strategically on innovation, with the aim of developing new and sustainable climate-smart products based on renewable raw materials from the forest.  Swedish TSA works with Södra and they also cooperate with esteemed colleagues in the UK TSA, David Stevens and Shyju Skariah. 

https://www.laundryandcleaningnews.com/news/newstsa-wastes-no-time-with-scheme-to-recycle-hospitality-textiles-8704715/

For football fans, there will be the chairman of the board of Degerfors IF, a historic club but very small and an underdog in the top-flight football league. 

Apparently, we bought 60% more clothes than in the year 2000, using them for half as long. But it still takes approximately 2,700 litres of water to make one single cotton t-shirt. Vividye says “We give clothes a second chance, and a third, a fourth, a fifth...”. The company received the sustainability price from Textilia in 2020 for its reuse and recycling initiatives.

In other news, Kärrholt reported: “25-26 March was the Conservative Party convention in Örebro, Mid Sweden., where Tvatteriforbundet was an exhibitor. We will also be at the at the Labour conference, too. (The Conservatives are called Moderaterna and Labour, in Government currently, are the Social Democrats.)  We are very active in dialogue with different stakeholders. 

The photograph shows Daniel Kärrholt and Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, Elisabeth Svantesson

“We also have a new head of the Danish BVT, Lasse Bredvig Hangaard, who can be contacted on (+45) 5218 5990, (+45) 5218 5990 [email protected]

https://www.danskindustri.dk/medlemsforeninger/BVT/.”

 



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