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E-commerce business Shop Direct has rejected proposals from politicians and unions hoping to persuade the retailer to retain its Greater Manchester warehouses.
Marks & Spencer is closing its Hardwick distribution centre, near Warrington, putting 450 jobs at risk.
Independent street label Hype has sealed a five-year logistics deal with Samsung’s fashion arm.
Bots, drones and driverless cars may be grabbing the headlines, but for fashion retailers and brands, the key to future-proofing logistics will be using the right technology effectively.
British cotton is once again being spun in Manchester following a multimillion-pound investment in a new mill. Drapers explores the opportunities and challenges facing textile reshoring.
Asos has teamed up with the British High Commission in Mauritius to host an event about the challenges of modern slavery.
Amazon reportedly has plans to test a new delivery service using its own couriers rather than third party logistics partners.
Make it British has changed the name of its annual trade show from Meet the Manufacturer to Make it British Live.
Primark has published an interactive global sourcing map that includes details of its suppliers, factories and supply chain practices.
A credit insurer has decided to stop offering cover to some of House of Fraser’s suppliers.
Drapers joined women’s fast fashion retailer Quiz Clothing during its peak pre-Christmas trading period, to find out how it capitalises on the spike in demand.
Drapers takes a look inside Boohoo’s revamped distribution centre and staff facilities.
Arcadia Group’s latest demand for a discount from its suppliers
Fast fashion and speed to market were at the forefront of conversation at this season’s edition of Fashion SVP, as buyers asked for smaller minimums and shorter lead times.
Suppliers have hit out at Arcadia’s demands for an additional 2% discount on all orders with a payment due from 1 February, branding it as “a disaster”.