IAF Convention 2012: Getting smarter across the supply chain
By Leonie Barrie | 27 September 2012
Instead of focusing on product costs as a way of offsetting the pressures faced in both retail and sourcing markets, the apparel supply chain should look instead at optimising processes, boosting collaboration and generally getting smarter, industry executives believe.
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