USA: Retrospettiva Receives Order From TJX Companies
Retrospettiva, Inc (Nasdaq:RTRO), a supplier of moderately priced women's apparel, today announced it has received a new spring 2001 order from TJX Companies (NYSE:TJX) which is valued at approximately $1.4m. 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."
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