A handy checklist of 25 Terms every Fashion Professional should know about Clothing Production, From BoM to Production Platform
It’s no secret the fashion industry was staunchly against Brexit. Not only is fashion design and production an international collaboration, but 80% of UK clothing exports are sent to the EU - making the decision to leave an expensive one. To help you make sense of it all and to prepare your e-commerce business for whatever lies ahead, we’ve asked e-commerce fulfilment experts Huboo to bring you up-to-speed and give you tips and tricks for surviving a Brexit future.
The fashion industry contributes upto 10 % of annual global carbon emissions, according to Global Fashion Agenda. A significant part of this contribution is freight movement across the global supply chain that spans continents.
Incoterms are rules that determine the terms for the international sale of goods. They determine which party is responsible for what part of the import or export process. In other words, incoterms can be seen as the delivery terms of your purchase between you and your seller.
Managing production and ensuring its safe delivery into the hands of consumers is a critical process for fashion brands to get right. Importing is a crucial process with many steps where the goods pass into different people's hands. This excerpt from our Logistics for Fashion Guide explains the production to delivery process in details, where goods are produced in another country and need to be imported.
Our partner noissue provides inspiration around sustainable packaging for brands looking to level up. Packaging is one of the areas where people interact with your brand the most, so it can have a big impact when you switch out a non-sustainable option for something greener.