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Interested in the latest content on apparel supply chain issues and apparel fulfillment, shipping & logistics news and trends? Look no further.

Apparel 2019 Top Innovators

This year’s group of 26 Apparel Innovator Award winners is pushing the barriers when it comes to satisfying consumer demand. Read on to learn about a wide range of innovations ranging from unique product offerings to smart uses of technology.

PLM for Apparel 2019: Moving from Technical Excellence to Digital Differentiation

The pressure is on for further investment to link supply chain activities and PLM activities together and make combined investments with a goal of achieving business agility in an increasingly complex global environment.

Sometimes innovation comes from outside, in a flash, but more often than not it's the result of seeing things differently, after many years of accumulated experience and knowledge.

Get a sneak peek at one of Apparel's Innovator Award winners. You can read about the other 25 later this month.

JB Britches / ADG will utilize Visual Next’s PLM, ERP, WMS, SFA and POS suite of software to manage design, sourcing, production and sales.

This article takes a look at the U.S. retail market beyond what macro-level trade statistics typically provide.

The U.S. sustainable cotton apparel market has been growing tremendously in recent years, yet overall remains a niche product in the U.S. retail market, accounting for only 1.6% of total cotton apparel carried by U.S. fashion brands and retailers in 2018.

The international sourcing trade show, Texworld USA, will return to the Javits Convention Center in NYC this July 22 – 24, 2019.

These are the top five trends poised to shape apparel supply chains in the coming year.

With a dynamic warehouse environment, retailers can merge channels seamlessly, exploiting opportunities to cut costs and improve service.

Each year, stores see an influx of returns after the holidays. In fact, in 2017, U.S. customers returned about $351 billion worth of items. This is more than the Gross Domestic Product of Israel for that year!

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