Wednesday 18th Sep 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Isawitfirst.com partners with CollectPlus

Online fashion retailer Isawitfirst.com has partnered with CollectPlus to offer its customers a store-based delivery and returns service option at one of 7,000+ CollectPlus Points across the UK.

Difficult times for Ted Baker

Ted Baker has seen a 3.8 per cent increase in Group revenue for the for the 19-week period from 27 January 2019 to 8 June 2019 which it has described as a “difficult” trading period due to consumer uncertainty in a number of its key markets.

Retailers get tough on serial returners

One in five retailers has toughened up their returns policy in the last year in an effort to curb the number of customers over-ordering items knowing they will return the majority of them, research by Barclaycard has revealed.

Boohoo completes automation of Burnley DC

Online fashion retailer Boohoo has completed the fit-out of the extension to its Burnley distribution centre which includes an element of automation, the company said as it unveiled a 48 per cent increase in sales last year.

H&M to open 73,000 sq m MK logistics hub

H&M is set to open its 73,000 sq m (785,765 sq ft) distribution centre in Milton Keynes which will service H&M stores in the UK and Ireland as well processing online orders from hm.com, making it H&M’s first omni-channel distribution centre.