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Industry heavyweights partner on traceable, upcycled denim range

12 May 2020 | Hannah Abdulla

Levi Strauss & Co (LS&Co) has partnered on a traceable, nine-piece upcycled denim collection aimed at reducing apparel's climate impact.... read more

New Avery Dennison Ecotach recycled apparel fasteners

3 April 2020 | Beth Wright

Avery Dennison Fastener Solutions has developed a new line of sustainable apparel tag fasteners made with post-consumer waste from recycled plastic bottles and carpets.... read more

Industry 4.0 weaves into the clothing supply chain

6 January 2020 | Leonie Barrie

Experts have told just-style of the urgent need for the clothing sector to embrace Industry 4.0 to boost productivity and harness creativity by providing a single, connected platform for all supply chain processes. ... read more

Ralph Lauren digital product IDs to drive supply chain efficiency

5 November 2019 | Beth Wright

US apparel giant Ralph Lauren Corporation (RLC) is introducing Digital Product Identities (IDs) for tens of millions of Ralph Lauren products in a move that will provide supply chain insight to help drive efficiency around orders and inventory.... read more

Avery Dennison develops post-consumer patches

9 May 2018 | Beth Wright

Apparel labelling and RFID specialist Avery Dennison has partnered with NGO Fashion Revolution, which works to put traceability under the spotlight, to create a patch that can be used to not only embellish garments but help repair those that would otherwise be thrown away.... read more

UPM Raflatac develops residue-free labelling solution

17 January 2017 | Beth Wright

Technology supplier UPM Raflatac has unveiled what it calls a safe and residue-free labelling solution, designed to keep apparel labels securely in place yet prevent fabric discolouring or marking after removal.... read more

Utilising PLM to fuel growth and fulfil demand

2 August 2016 | Lee Adendorff

Faster time-to-market is perhaps one of the clearest advantages of product lifecycle management (PLM) software, as greater supply chain transparency enables more efficiencies to be made, from the designer’s pen to the store shelf. But connecting to other business processes through PLM, such as retail metrics, supplier inventory as well predictive analytics to forecast consumer choices, is opening up an array of new business possibilities.... read more

Avery Dennison RBIS opens new innovation centre in LA

26 September 2014 | Leonie Barrie

Avery Dennison Retail Branding and Information Solutions (RBIS) has opened its latest Customer Design and Innovation Center (CDIC) in Los Angeles to showcase its apparel branding, labelling, packaging and embellishment solutions.... read more

US: Round Rock deal to help Avery Dennison RFID uptake

24 April 2014 | Michelle Russell

RFID solutions specialist Avery Dennison says its licensing deal with Round Rock Research will reduce time, energy, and risk for US-based apparel retailers and brands using its inlays.... read more

RFID: Technology innovation and development

3 September 2013 | Lee Adendorff

Although it has been the subject of intense speculation over recent years, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tagging has fulfilled many of the predictions made by industry forecasters more than ten years ago, when pilots of wide-scale deployment by retailers began.... read more

US: Avery Dennison RBIS relocates to new headquarters

16 August 2013 | Leonie Barrie

Avery Dennison Retail Branding and Information Solutions (RBIS) has relocated to new global headquarters in Westborough, Massachusetts.... read more

just-style management briefing: RFID technology gets increasingly sophisticated

3 September 2012 | Lee Adendorff

Despite the increasing number of roll-outs of RFID item-level tagging by retail giants such as Walmart, JCPenney, Marks & Spencer and supply chain giant Li & Fung, the price of RFID inlays (the electronic component that comprises of an antenna made of copper, silver or aluminium along with a silicon chip attached to a synthetic backing) has not budged. ... read more

US: Avery Dennison joins Sustainable Apparel Coalition

10 May 2012 | Leonie Barrie

The group working to reduce the environmental and social impacts of apparel and footwear production around the world has added labelling and RFID supplier Avery Dennison as its first "solution provider" member.... read more

Prime Source Forum 2012: Quote/unquote - day 2

31 March 2012 | Leonie Barrie

Industry issues tackled on the second day of this year's Prime Source Forum in Hong Kong included the globalisation of retail and its impact on the supply chain, the internet and social networking, and a call for more effort to train and promote talent. Here is a roundup of comments from some of the speakers at the event.... read more

RUSSIA: Avery Dennison to expand Russian offer

21 November 2011 | Petah Marian

Avery Dennison has revealed plans to expand its capabilities in Russia to offer retailers, brands and manufacturers end-to-end labelling and information solutions.... read more

Speaking with style: Kurt Cavano, CEO, TradeCard

31 March 2011 | Leonie Barrie

There's plenty of talk about the uphill battle confronting apparel supply chains in the face of cautious consumer spending and the pressure on margins from rising raw material, labour and transportation costs. What's needed are constructive ways to counter these pressures. Kurt Cavano, CEO of the TradeCard supply chain platform, believes technology has a key role to play.... read more

VIEWPOINT: Helping brands stand out in a crowded market

16 March 2011 | Leonie Barrie

For most apparel retailers and brands, choosing the labels, packaging, price tickets and even RFID tags for the garments they sell is most likely to be a decision made at the end of the design cycle. But Avery Dennison believes elevating it to the beginning of the process not only saves time and money, but can ultimately make products stand out in an increasingly crowded market.... read more

November management briefing: Part IV – RFID facts and figures

25 November 2010 | just-style.com

Forecasts of European RFID, tag and reader use; growth in the value of global RFID in the apparel market; and a comparison of total worldwide RFID turnover predictions all help set the scene for likely changes in RFID uptake over the next decade.... read more

November management briefing: Part III - RFID applications become increasingly diverse

24 November 2010 | just-style.com

With the rapidly escalating use of RFID at all levels of the supply chain, there are literally hundreds of shapes and sizes of tags and readers - not to mention software and associated electronic systems - available on the market. RFID tags or transponders can be as small as a grain of rice or as large as a credit card, and readers likewise vary in capability, complexity and price.... read more

November management briefing: Part I - RFID's growth poised to accelerate

22 November 2010 | just-style.com

Networked clothing that can show you where it is at all times, talking to mirrors and shelves on the shop floor, is no longer the stuff of science fiction, but a reality developing rapidly in stores around the globe. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tagging is taking apparel retailing to a whole new level, with an uptake that shows no signs of slowing.... read more

UK: Avery Dennison launches surface effect labels

23 November 2009 | just-style.com

Avery Dennison Corporation has launched a range of labels and trims with a new surface effect that add a distinctive touch to branded garments.... read more

US: New guidelines for RFID-based anti-theft systems

16 October 2009 | just-style.com

New guidelines released for RFID-based Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) are likely to help firms throughout the apparel and retail supply chain by boosting rapid replenishment and RFID tagging at source.... read more

MEXICO: Carnaval implements item-level RFID tags

7 October 2009 | just-style.com

Children’s fashion and textiles designer Carnaval de México has begun one of the country’s first item-level RFID tagging projects for apparel, and plans to use to technology to track and trace more than one million garments a year.... read more

US: Avery Dennison launches anti-pucker ‘stretch’ tapes

8 September 2009 | just-style.com

A new range of anti-pucker branded tapes has been launched by Avery Dennison Corporation for manufacturers producing stretch garments.... read more

Avery Dennison label meets CPSIA tracking needs

17 August 2009 | just-style.com

Avery Dennison has launched a new labelling solution that allows manufacturers to meet US Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) requirements for product tracking, and then manage the tracking data online.... read more

US: No price premium for Avery Dennison EcoFriendly labels

17 July 2009 | just-style.com

Avery Dennison is charging the same price for its new line of EcoFriendly polyester woven labels as its standard woven labels, offering apparel manufacturers another way to make products more environmentally friendly.... read more

US: RFID in action at American Apparel

2 July 2009 | just-style.com

Apparel and retail executives who are interested in RFID now have the chance to see how American Apparel is using the technology to overcome inventory accuracy and replenishment challenges at selected retail stores.... read more

MEXICO: UPM Raflatac and Digilogics team up on RFID

29 June 2009 | just-style.com

UPM Raflatac is teaming up with Digilogics SA de CV to develop RFID label solutions for retailers operating in Mexico.... read more

US: Mobile tool could make clothes shopping easier

8 May 2009 | just-style.com

A new mobile-merchandising solution that allows apparel retailers and brand owners to communicate with consumers as they shop, has been launched by Avery Dennison and Scanbuy Inc.... read more

IMB 2009: Top technology trends

29 April 2009 | just-style.com

Despite taking place against a gloomy economic backdrop, the IMB – World of Textile Processing trade show in Cologne last week certainly didn’t disappoint when it came to new products and innovations. As this roundup of some of the technical highlights shows, faster time-to-market, better quality and lower cost are the drivers behind the latest developments.... read more

IMB exhibitor news: RFID, eco-friendly labels at Avery Dennison

17 April 2009 | just-style.com

Brand identification specialist Avery Dennison will display its latest RFID, eco-friendly and printing solutions, including the new SNAP 700 multimedia printer, at the IMB technology trade show in Cologne next week.... read more

US: Distressed patent leather patches target high-end jeans

12 February 2009 | just-style.com

A range of distressed patent leather patches has been launched for manufacturers of upscale jeans who are looking for new ways to differentiate their brands.... read more

CHINA: UPM Raflatac opens new label unit in Guangdong

27 November 2008 | just-style.com

Label specialist UPM Raflatac has opened a new RFID manufacturing site in Guangzhou, southern China.... read more

US: Avery Dennison upgrades Defense RFID solution

30 September 2008 | just-style.com

Avery Dennison’s ItemSight solution for Department of Defense (DoD) apparel and textile RFID compliance mandates has been upgraded so that it now supports the tracking of orders to subcontractors.... read more

US: Avery Dennison plastic staples for whiskering jeans

11 August 2008 | just-style.com

The fastener division of Avery Dennison Retail Information Services has developed a new Plastic Staple system for whiskering and pre-washing operations that give a faded or vintage appearance to jeans.... read more