Tuesday 11th Dec 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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IGD predicts 5 retail trends for 2019

IGD has predicted that 2019’s global retail trends will include data, sustainability, seamless shopping experience and a surge in shopping opportunities to be available anywhere, anytime.

Superdry and Consignor partner

Fashion retailer Superdry has partnered with delivery management software company Consignor to better manage its global delivery network and drive efficiency.

Uniqlo owner forms partnership with Daifuku

Fast Retailing, the company behind fashion brand Uniqlo, has formed a partnership with Daifuku aimed at establishing comprehensive logistics services over the medium to long term.

MPs quiz retailers on environmental impact of their clothing

The House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee has written to the chief executives of the UK’s ten leading fashion retailers asking what action they are taking reduce the environmental and social impact of the clothes and shoes they sell.

Next set out risks of Brexit to its business

Fashion retailer Next could pay an extra £20 million in duty after the UK leaves the European Union, the company has calculated. However, it says that the biggest risk to its business is from delays at the ports.

H&M sales rise despite problems with new logistics system

Swedish fashion retailer H&M saw sales rise 3 per cent to SEK 178,817 m in the first nine months, despite problems with the implementation of new logistics systems that affected sales in a number of major markets. However, profit after financial items fell to  SEK 11,287m from SEK 15,936m the year before.

Primark expands sustainable sourcing for cotton

Primark is expanding its Sustainable Cotton Programme into Pakistan, a year after the launch of its first range of cotton products using sustainable cotton grown by independent farmers in Gujarat, Northern India.