Blog: Leonie BarrieApply now to join re:source the testing program

Leonie Barrie | 16 December 2016

The countdown is over: we’ve now opened applications to join the testing program for just-style’s new apparel sourcing planning tool, re:source.

Created to help apparel companies save time, reduce cost and understand supply chain risk, a key component of the product will be a trade agreements and tariffs database that dissects complex apparel trade agreement rules and schedules. Users of the service will be able to view and compare duties for a range of product categories across all countries and all free trade agreements in one place, with guides to rules of origin, updated news and analysis.

The tool will also include trade data, providing detailed data on import and export values, volumes and average prices by country and region across a range of product categories.

Our goal is to ensure re:source continues to be developed in line with the needs of the people who will use it, so we’re going to invite a limited number of people to help test re:source prior to its launch in 2017.

Click on the following link if you’d like to sign up:

>>Click here to apply to join the testing program<<

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