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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.

Meeting the Omnichannel Retail Challenge

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

As we approach the Passover season, a time associated with remembering and escaping past constraints, we are entertaining the very real prospect the United States and China could conclude a trade agreement to end the “hot” trade war that has been raging for the past year.

If you’ve been watching the apparel industry for a long time, there are things you’ve likely come to realize about it. One of them? The inexorable march of time does not care about your apparel business model.

Today’s consumers expect to receive merchandise all but instantly, which means you need to think of the last mile in the context of your overall business strategy, supply chain and approach to customer satisfaction.

Tariffs are hurting U.S. companies and making it difficult to plan for the short- and long-term future, but a U.S.-China trade deal may be on the horizon.

Some apparel manufacturing is returning to the United States, but ramping up at a greater scale necessitates greater automation, higher-skilled employees, better training, an industry image makeover and some serious investment.

You might be surprised to find out what’s made here in the States.

Adhering to standards can help brands and retailers create an efficient foundation from which they are able to build their own unique offering and differentiate themselves to win over today’s consumers.

Walmart, Amazon, JD.com and Alibaba.com are among retailers optimizing core business while innovating new ones. You should too.

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