Blog: Leonie BarrieBeachcombing booty

Leonie Barrie | 13 February 2006

We often talk about the impact of ‘Acts of God’ on the supply chain – and here’s the latest. Thousands of trainers have been washed ashore on the Dutch island of Terschelling after a container ship lost its load in a storm. Not surprisingly, local residents hot footed it down to the beach to scavenge what they could. The downside? Well, try finding a matching pair…

Trainers bonanza from cargo wreck


BLOG

Sign up to try new re:source apparel sourcing tool for free

The old saying "Good things come to those who wait" is certainly true for re:source, the new suite of data-driven sourcing tools being developed by the team here at just-style....

BLOG

State of Sourcing Survey 2018 – Final reminder

A final reminder that just-style’s State of Sourcing Survey 2018 will be closing at the end of the week – so if you haven’t already taken part, then now is the time to do so....

BLOG

The challenge of navigating a rapidly-changing landscape

Faced with a paradigm shift in everything from the way products are sold to the tools and technologies that make them, sporting goods brands, retailers and manufacturers are still trying to work out t...

BLOG

A confusing mix of sustainable cotton options

There's an undeniable desire on the part of brands around the world to clean up their supply chains, and there's no lack of interest in using more sustainable cotton. But the confusing mix of standard...

just-style homepage



Forgot your password?