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 July 2003
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A Financing Alternative: Online Auctions
07/01/2003
Author: JORDAN K. SPEER
Liquidation.com provides a competitive environment for recouping cash on surplus goods.
Analysts' Perspectives - July 2003
07/01/2003
What sort of changes do you expect to see with the increase of private label development in the apparel industry?
Apparel checks in with Aaron Mak, CEO of LINE.
07/01/2003
Author: JORDAN K. SPEER
LINE(Logistics Information Network Enterprise), was formed in March 2000 as the supply chain solutions and logistics services division of port investor, developer and operator Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH).
Back in 1997, Jones Apparel Group's business
07/01/2003
Back in 1997, Jones Apparel Group's business was 90 percent women's better apparel. You can tell it's always been the company's focus.
Charged Up on Chargebacks
07/01/2003
Author: JOHN CAULFIELD
Retailers and vendors come face to face at Vendor Compliance Expo to improve dealer- vendor relations and share ideas.
Dark Days, Bright Lights: Apparel's Top 50
07/01/2003
Companies who made Apparel's 2002 Top 50 tell how they survived and even thrived.
Financing Evolves
07/01/2003
Author: By Christian M. Chensvold, Special to Apparel
Economic reports about the shakiness of the economy don't always tell the whole story.
Hosiery Market Feels Heat from Global Competition
07/01/2003
Author: JOHN W. MCCURRY
Exhibitors at IHE fight back against competition from cheap foreign imports with fashion and technology innovation.
IMB Serves Up Solutions
07/01/2003
Author: By Jordan K. Speer, Apparel
IMB, the world's largest show for equipment and technology for the sewn products and textile industries, was hit hard by the faltering economy and the SARS outbreak.
Industry Notes - July 2003
07/01/2003
Avery Dennison Retail Information Services has opened a $3 million label-manufacturing facility that directly supports Central American apparel manufacturers and their retail brand owner customers.
Performance Apparel in Demand
07/01/2003
Author: By John W. McCurry, Contributing Author
Consumers expect a lot more out of their activewear these days.
Product News - July 2003
07/01/2003
Author: By Tracy Haisley, Apparel
Cotton Incorporated has introduced an interactive series of educational programs on CD-ROM that cover every aspect of the knitting, weaving and dyeing and finishing processes.
Rough Riding
07/01/2003
Author: Christian Chensvold
LINE(Logistics Information Network Enterprise), was formed in March 2000 as the supply chain solutions and logistics services division of port investor, developer and operator Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH).
Survival of the Forecasting and Planning Fittest
07/01/2003
Author: By Tracy Haisley, Apparel
Keeping up with consumer demands driven by changing tastes and uncertain economic conditions is an ever-present challenge for vendors and retailers.
The New 'Ism
07/01/2003
If you're the type of person who reads labels, then you've probably noticed that many of the garments hanging in your closet were made in Asia.
VF Begins Pilot Rollout of Global Sourcing Software
07/01/2003
Author: KATHLEEN DESMARTEAU
VF Corp. has begun a pilot rollout of two software solutions, one from NextLinx Corp. and the other from New Generation Computing (NGC), designed to streamline its global sourcing processes.

 


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