UK: Advanced Supply Chain invests in garment finishing
By Katie Smith | 9 September 2013
UK logistics firm and one of the country's largest garment processors, Advanced Supply Chain (ASC), has invested GBP300,000 (US$470,969) in new finishing facilities at its Halifax site to increase capacity and meet growing demand.
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