6

Comments

H&M set to begin production in Ethiopia

augusti 29-2013 | Skandik Afrik | Fashion

   Hennes and Mauritz (H&M) is set to expand to Ethiopia by building new factory this autumn. According to H&M spokeswoman, Camilla Emilsso-Falk told AFP that test orders have been placed with Ethiopia suppliers and new factories will be built.

The economy of Ethiopia has been growing since 2007 with double digit leaps and bounds and annual growth of 7 to 8 percent through 2016 according to The Economist. Also production costs in Ethiopia are cheaper than in Far East and much lower than in China. Thomas Ballweg, a procurement and technical consultant at German Fashion also emphasizes Ethiopia closeness to the sea, her over 80 million population and nearness to Europe through the Suez Canal as an added benefit.

  H&M started in 1947 as Hennes women’s clothing store which started in Västerås, Sweden. Today the H&M Group offers fashion for everyone under the brands of H&M, COS, Monki, Weekday, Cheap Monday as well as fashion for the home at H&M home. Their stores spread across all continents in the world.

Comments

2016-01-24 09:48:01 | URAEL

TO H&M

I'M GRADUATING IN TEXTILE AND FASHION DESIGN AND I NEED TO WORK WITH THIS COMPANY

2015-12-27 11:54:34 | ayos

contact address

interested working together with H&M Ethiopia as sole distributer.

2015-11-04 18:18:01 | ebrahim musa

interest

i want to join H&M

2015-06-07 11:46:50 | Jhon

2015-06-07

I want to join H&M

2014-02-25 23:45:52 | sandro

General Info

Further detail should be posted in the co website for ppl intetested in working with h&m

2013-12-04 19:25:34 | anwer sajid

intrest to work in Ethiopia

I like to join you to train and motivate people for garment manufacturing

Skandik Afrik magazine

Seventh edition, out now!

The seventh edition of Skandik Afrik magazine, the magazine that promotes inter-relationship among the African communities living in Scandinavia.

Read more >> Magazine archive

Glow of the month

Continue reading

News and Events

World largest youth handball tournament