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Supply chain

Supply chain Archives

Toys ‘R’ Us to open immersive experience centre in Australia next year

The experience centre will be co-located with a new office and state-of-the-art logistics hub to enable the retailer’s a...

Sneaker giants face supply-chain disruption after Vietnam factory closure

Pou Chen manufactures footwear for companies including Nike and Adidas.

RangeMe opens 200,000 suppliers to Australasian retailers

RangeMe allows businesses to search and filter for products they want to sell, creating a more specific and intentional ...

Australia’s Winning Group launches into New Zealand

Winning Group owns and operates the Winning Appliances, Appliances Online, Rogerseller and Home Clearance businesses, an...

How retailers are overcoming the tyranny of distance

As e-commerce ramps up and customer expectations continue to rise, it’s time for businesses to revisit their supply chai...

Amazon Australia will now service New Zealand customers as well

Kiwis have long needed to purchase goods from the US marketplace.

How to spot the ‘red flags’ in retail supply chains

Aldi has become the first Australian member of Slave-Free Alliance but the retail industry, as a whole, has a long way t...

Why major brands like Adidas, LVMH are backing sustainable textile startups

Support for textile recycling is rising as the fashion industry comes under pressure to solve its waste problem.

How Nookie designer Nikita Sernack got her start in fashion

Nookie designer Nikita Sernack shares the core business objectives for new brand Rumer and why she resisted the pressure...

Coles spending $2.5bn on digital over the next two years

Coles’ chief executive Steven Cain said following its demerger from Wesfarmers, and the subsequent Covid-19 pandemic, th...

Sheridan returns cotton products to soil in textile waste trial

New trial explores whether end-of-life cotton products can support soil health and serve as a solution to textile waste....

Why cultural appropriation keeps happening — and how to fix it

Zara is just the latest major fashion brand to be accused of stealing an indigenous group's traditional designs.

“Flawed from the outset”: Behind the downfall of David Jones Food

David Jones’ parent suggests a move towards concessions model and longlife products to save ailing food business.

Countdown owner launches payments platform

Wpay will power payments inside and outside of Woolworths Group's businesses, and further extends the group into the ret...

Plant balls and secondhand furniture: Meet the Ikea of the future

Here's how the retailer is transforming its product range and the way it operates to be climate positive by 2030.