IKEA has been a leader in the recycling of textiles.
The company recycles more than 200 million items per year, with more than 3.3 million of those being sold in the U.S. This makes it one of the largest textile recyclers in the world.
But the company has not been immune to the changing world of consumer demand.
As a result, IKEa has been losing market share.
The U.K. company has been hit hard by the changing economy and is now facing a shortage of raw materials in the manufacturing sector, according to the Telegraph.
Amazon has been trying to help out by offering its own, cheaper textiles and helping customers find and buy more.
It has launched its own textiles range, as well as its own e-commerce site.
The two companies are working together to develop a new line of clothing for women, according the Times.
In this Oct. 20, 2017, file photo, a customer uses a Kindle Prime tablet to browse through books at a bookstore in Shanghai.
IKEAs sales have been on the decline for years, though, but Amazon has been working on new products and a better-performing website to boost sales.
In the past year, the company announced a partnership with a company that recycles textiles called Ciel.
Ciel has been the leader in recycling textiles for more than two decades, but in recent years, Amazon has slowed down the pace of its efforts.
That has forced IKEas sales to drop by a third since 2015.
The company said last year that it will be cutting back on the number of workers who do textile recycling at its factory in China.
The shift comes after the Chinese government launched an investigation into a company called Yule, which allegedly was involved in producing textiles at IKEs factories in the United States.
Yule said in a statement that its operations in the country were in compliance with regulations, and that it had ceased any illegal activities and was cooperating fully with the authorities.
Amazon is also taking steps to help the textile industry.
The retailer is launching its own online store and its own line of women’s clothing.
The initiative will help expand the reach of IKE’s textiles into a broader market.