UK: Track And Trace Solutions Help In Global Brand Protection
Brand protection and the problems involved in trying to maintain control of a brand's image continue to challenge clothing companies, particularly those operating at the luxury end of the industry. At its worst, the problem of products leaking out of the supply chain and appearing on the grey market alienates legitimate retailers, confuses the consumer and leaves a company's global pricing strategy in tatters.
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