UK: Mothercare Says Problems Won't Hit Clothing Launch
Toddler and kids' clothing retailer Mothercare Plc on Thursday said problems at its warehouse in Northants would not delay the launch of its new autumn/winter range and said normal operations would be resumed early next week. The company’s £10 million distribution centre in Daventry has been beset with problems over the past year which has left its stores short of key merchandise and delayed its three-year recovery programme.
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