Tuesday 23rd Jul 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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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.

14 pc sales increase for ASOS

ASOS has seen a 14 per cent increase in its UK retail sales three months to 28 February and 13 per cent increase in total retail sales.

T-shirts and trainers drive online fashion trends

T-shirts and tops are the most common e-purchases with 46 per cent of shoppers purchasing them online while trainers are the most common footwear item with 72 per cent purchasing trainers online, according to Royal Mail.