Wednesday 29th Mar 2017 - Logistics & Supply Chain

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Faster fashion puts new pressure on supply chains

I can remember an audience of supply chain professionals left agog a few years ago, as they listened to Spanish academic José Luis Nueno explain how Zara can see an outfit on the catwalk in Paris – and have a version of it on the shelves of its stores 24 hours later.


Time to test yourself against the best

It’s time to test yourself against the best supply chains in The  Supply Chain Excellence Awards 2016, organised by Logistics & Supply Chain.

GS1 sees growth in fashion industry

GS1 UK, the supply chain standards organisation, has seen a 48 per cent increase in members from the apparel, accessories and footwear sector membership with 697 new joiners in the past year.

Ceva wins fashion contract worth £261m

Fashion retailers Coast, Karen Millen, Oasis and Warehouse have awarded Ceva a ten year contract worth £261m ($400m) to provide warehousing, store deliveries, e-commerce fulfilment, international distribution and 4PL services.

M&S looks for logistics boost

Marks & Spencer is looking to improve gross margins in its General Merchandise with the completion of the single tier logistics network and GM4 systems implementation.

Fashion leads from the front

Fashion companies make the strongest use of support from service providers in areas such as online marketing or fulfilment, according to a report conducted by World Business Research Digital on behalf of arvato.

Zara hires Clipper for e-fulfilment

Fashion retailer Zara has contracted Clipper Logistics to provide e-fulfilment services from a new distribution centre in Northampton.

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