Collaborators

Topics: Abercrombie & Fitch, Westfield Group, Supply chain Pages: 2 (355 words) Published: September 2, 2013
Collaborators
http://www.bsr.org/en/our-work/working-groups/apparel-mills-sundries http://www.bsr.org/consulting/working-groups/BSR_Mills_Sundries_Working_Group_Suppliers.pdf The Mills and Sundries Working Group empowers leading apparel and retail companies and their strategic suppliers with tools for proactive management of labor, health, safety, and environmental performance in order to boost competitiveness, while also benefiting workers and the environment. Participating Brands

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Abercrombie & Fitch
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Burberry Ltd.
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Gap Inc.
* J.Crew Group, Inc.

3rd party monitoring firm
http://spiritenterprise.com/success_stories/celerix/abercrombie.shtml Celarix
About Abercrombie & Fitch
A lifestyle brand, Abercrombie & Fitch operated a total of 325 stores at the end of October, including 71 abercrombie stores and four Hollister Co. stores. The Company also operates a kids' e-commerce website at www.abercrombiekids.com, an adult e-commerce website at www.abercrombie.com and publishes the A&F Quarterly. About Celarix, Inc.

Based in Cambridge, Mass., Celarix, Inc.was founded in August 1998 by experts from the supply chain, logistics, technology and transportation industries. By leveraging decades of logistics experience, Celarix brings real customers Web-centric collaborative technology to improve the global supply chain, whether they're moving products across the street or around the globe. Celarix provides a single, centralized logistics solution, delivered over the Web. The company offers applications that enable customers to connect with their supply chain partners, manage their logistics activities, analyze their logistics network performance, and procure and sell transportation through the latest messaging technologies - ultimately providing retailers, manufacturers,...
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