USA: Retrospettiva Receives Order From TJX Companies
Retrospettiva has received more than $2.3m in sales YTD from TJX Companies, which signifies a rapid increase from the previous year's total of approximately $1.4m sold to TJX Companies.
Borivoje Vukadinovic, CEO for Retrospettiva, said: "We are excited to be affiliated with such a dynamic firm as TJX Companies. They have built a solid international presence and total more than $9bn in annual sales. The relationship we have built with TJX Companies furthers our growth strategy and demonstrates our willingness to increase our shareholders' value."
About TJX Companies
The TJX Companies, Inc is the leading off-price retailer of apparel and home fashions in the US and worldwide. The company operates 646 T.J. Maxx, 523 Marshalls, 64 HomeGoods and 19 A.J. Wright stores in the United States. In Canada, the company operates 109 Winners and, in Europe, 64 T.K. Maxx stores. TJX's press releases and financial information are available on the Internet at www.tjx.com.
About Retrospettiva, Inc
Retrospettiva is a supplier of moderately priced women's apparel to national retailers, wholesalers, catalogues and design and manufacturing organizations under its customers' labels on a private label basis exclusively in the US. Additional information on the company can be found at its corporate website, which is located at www.rtro.com.
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