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Just One Place signs up new iconic brands
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Dec '09
Just OnePlace Pty Ltd is pleased to announce recent new deals with Australian Weaving Mills, AussieBum and IceBreaker.

These companies are keeping ahead of their competition by continually reducing their time-to-market, increasing margins on the back of on-time delivery of quality product, and increasing internal productivity through the use of our solution.

Australian Weaving Mills is a brand manager of home textiles whose business began manufacturing Dickies towels in Yarraville, Melbourne. Today, AWM is a leading manager of the most recognised home fashion brands including Dri Glo, The Cottonfield Collection and Tara Plus. AWM also design and manufacture a range of products under licence such as Esprit Home, Koala Blue, Freckles and Country Road.

AussieBum is a men's swimwear and underwear producer manufacturing exclusively in Australia and focusing on online sales internationally. In recent years aussieBum has also increased its product line to include highly creative products, such as Essence underwear; which contains vitamins locked in the fibre which releases through the skin.

Icebreaker is a clothing designer and manufacturer based in Wellington, New Zealand. Established in 1995, the company specializes in the production of merino thermals. Icebreaker Merino comes in various weights from the 150 Superfine for tee-shirts and tank-tops to the 320 very thick merino, usually made into sweater styles, or double layered to make toques and gloves.

Winston Teperson, CEO of Just OnePlace stated: “We are delighted to have these iconic companies from both Australia and New Zealand as new customers , reducing their time to market and increasing margins using our OnePlace PLM solution. We are confident that the efficiencies gained will help them drive their aggressive expansion plans.”

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