SPAIN: Desigual improves markdown process with Pathfinder
By just-style.com | 18 December 2008
Spanish based international fashion company Desigual has used Avery Dennison's new Pathfinder Ultra Platinum technology to help streamline its entire labelling process, from re-pricing garments sold in different countries to marking down sale items.
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