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What our most read stories say about 2021
Sustainability continued to dominate the industry’s agenda throughout the year.
For the global logistics industry, the COVID-19 pandemic has been both a boon and a bane. It has been a bane because it had to face several challenges (and is still facing many of them) including, but not limited to, shortage of containers, blockage of a sea-route, increasing sea and air freight charges, container ships' congestion at US seaports, unavailability of truck drivers in the UK, growing demand for parcel services due to e-commerce boost, and shipping delays.
Read any fashion or textiles company trading statement and it will invariably begin with “Revenue growth was…”, and then describe whether growth was “in-line” or “missed” expectations for the reporting period. However, as brands continue to focus on sustainability, should volume growth still be used by investors in the textile sector as a valuation driver? Where will revenue growth come from in the future if not from volume growth?

Shikibo Ltd. specializes in the manufacture and sale of textile products and industrial materials. The Yarn and Textile segment is offering yarns, knit/woven fabrics, secondary products, and ready-made garments as well. 

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