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 February 2006
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Issue Article:
Concept-to-Spec Case Study
02/01/2006
Author: Jordan K. Speer
Pattern design and 3-D modeling software are taking this skating and dance wear company to new heights.
Events
02/01/2006
FTA Update
02/01/2006
Implementation of the CAFTA-DR agreement was still mired in technicalities as of press time, but free trade agreements with Peru and Bahrain were moving right along.
Getting On the Ground
02/01/2006
Author: Kathleen Desmarteau
One of the big buzzes at this years National Retail Federation (NRF) convention was supply chain efficiency.
Jones Selects SAP
02/01/2006
Jones Apparel Group will implement the SAP apparel and footwear solution as its core enterprise system.
Lessons from a Mega-Manufacturer
02/01/2006
Author: Jordan K. Speer
Dr. Harry Lee of TAL Group shares his take on collaboration
Mark Your Calendar!
02/01/2006
PLM Picking Up Steam
02/01/2006
Gerber Unveils PLM Solution for Fashion Market
Retail Intelligence Case Study
02/01/2006
Author: Bonnie McCarthy
With a history tracing back to 1882, the Danskin brand has always focused on apparel that improves the performance of its target dancewear and womens active wear consumer.
Retail Intelligence In Brief: February 2006
02/01/2006
Carrefour Group Taps Soft Solutions for Data Consolidation, Product Information Management
Stain Repellent Soil Release: Fiber-to-Fabric Technology Report
02/01/2006
Author: Jordan K. Speer
From playground mud puddles to happy-hour wine spills, stains take different forms.
Supply Chain Case Study
02/01/2006
Author: Jordan K. Speer
Lemmi Fashion has been forging new ground since it opened its doors in 1959 as Lemmi Trousers, specializing in different fits for children.
Tackles Compliance with Integrated IT: Sourcing & Logistics Case Study
02/01/2006
Author: Kathleen DesMarteau
With shipment security under intense scrutiny since 9/11, apparel importers such as American Eagle Outfitters have had to adapt to an all-new world of customs compliance.
Techtextil to Focus on High-Tech Fabrics
02/01/2006
The Techtextil North America international trade fair, to take place March 28-30 in Atlanta, will feature hundreds of technical textile exhibits and an educational symposium program.
Wal-Mart Sharpens Its Fashion Focus
02/01/2006
Author: Kathleen DesMarteau
This year promises to be a landmark one for fashion at Wal-Mart Stores Inc. as the retailer executes an apparel strategy built on considerable market research and analysis.

 


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