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Supply chain

Grand slam: How Incu brought Nike and Jacquemus to Sydney

Grand slam: How Incu brought Nike and Jacquemus to Sydney

French luxury brand Jacquemus and global sports giant Nike recently revealed a tennis-inspired collaboration: a collection of ‘all conditions gear’ (ACG) aimed at creating sportswear for women. And last wee...
How Asos is helping to stamp out modern slavery in Mauritius
“No bells and whistles”: Inside Metcash’s new value-based supermarket
Bankrupt beauty: Lessons from Revlon’s supply chain failures
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Supply chain Archives

Countdown commissions $150m fresh foods DC in Auckland

Countdown has commissioned its new $150 million Auckland Fresh Distribution Centre that will supply stores throughout th...

What will it take for Pakistan’s textile industry to reach net zero?

Pakistan’s climate worries are putting sustainability and net zero emissions front and centre in the country’s fight aga...
Inside Retail & Relex Solutions

AI-driven solutions take supply chain planning to the next level

The use of AI and machine learning can now help retailers automate processes and drive better outcomes capable of improv...

Online grocer Supie eyes wholesale expansion

Sarah Balle, Supie’s founder, said there is a need to invest in models that can deliver food and groceries from supplier...

From data to farming: How Puma, Allbirds are tackling emissions

With a number of ‘net-zero by 2030’ pledges from brands around the globe, the heat is on to find ways of reducing carbon...

Countdown’s new DC will tackle food waste in the supply chain

The new 11,000sqm DC will feature a refrigerated inbound tunnel, varied temperature-controlled zones, and ‘ripening room...

What’s on Levi’s agenda? Sustainability, supply chain and empowering people

Levi Strauss & Co has been in business since 1853 and the pandemic has brought about major headwinds.

More brands committing to a living wage, but concrete action still needed

More brands are making commitments to ensure garment workers are paid a living wage, but now they need to start doing so...

Why the US baby formula shortage is deja vu for Aussie brands

Retailers across the United States are struggling to keep shelves full of baby formula, and Australian players are stepp...

Countdown to build $99 million South Island DC

The DC, scheduled to open early in 2024, will use a purpose-built system to transport fresh produce from cooled trucks t...

What Zara’s recent decision says about the decline of free online returns

The growth in e-commerce has made free returns a sizeable cost for the industry. Charging consumers helps for now but wi...

Moscow’s ‘shuttle traders’ may return as Nike axes Russian franchise deals

Inventive Retail Group (IRG), which operates 37 Nike-branded stores in Russia through its subsidiary Up And Run, said th...

‘We need to work with nature’: A wool farmer’s take on sustainable fashion

Julian von Bibra is the fourth-generation owner of Beaufront Farm in Tasmania, whose premium merino wool is used by the ...
Online delivery

“If you want fast, there’s a cost”: Inside Australia’s supply chain strain

Not only is the delivery and logistics industry facing delayed international shipments of products to Australia, it’s ha...

Quick commerce: Here’s what you need to know

On-demand grocery delivery is growing at a rapid pace around the world and in Australia, but how sustainable is the gro...