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TIC Group & ALL-TAG open Vietnamese sorting centre
16
Aug '16
Courtesy: All-Tag
Courtesy: All-Tag
As a result of the huge growth in global garment retailers getting their products manufactured in Vietnam, TIC Group and ALL-TAG Corp have opened a Vietnamese sorting and distribution centre.

TIC Group specialises in hanger and EAS Tag reuse, as well as reverse logistics that help retailers be more efficient and profitable.

While ALL-TAG is a leading manufacturer of Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) solutions, such as EAS security tags, EAS security labels, and ink tags.

According to both the companies, TIC Group and ALL-TAG's ten-year EAS Tag Recirculation partnership is helping retailers' source EAS tags at their garment manufacturing facilities around the world.

“The partnership provides sorting, re-boxing, and quality checking of EAS Tags, along with full-service logistics to move EAS tags from distribution centres to their garment manufacturers around the world,” they said.

The new EAS tag sorting facility in Vietnam is expected to greatly reduce the amount of time it takes to transport EAS tags from the retailer to their garment manufacturers. (AR)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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