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Topson picks Port Logistics as third party logistic provider
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Nov '16
Courtesy: Topson Downs
Courtesy: Topson Downs
Topson Downs, a global apparel manufacturer in the branded and private label segment has chosen Port Logistics Group as a third party logistics provider. Port Logistics will offer B2B and B2C supply chain solutions to Topson Downs, and also manage the US distribution and fulfilment from the retail distribution campus of the apparel manufacturer in California.

The third party logistics service of Port Logistics will offer full-scale services, overseeing the complex flow of Topson Downs' direct-to-consumer and retail orders.

According to Port Logistics, the partnership allows Topson Downs to focus on its core competency of designing trendy apparel.

Additionally, former warehouse employees of Topson Downs will be retained at Port Logistics Group's Chino campus, allowing for a seamless transition and greater sharing of knowledge. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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