This study focuses on how developing country producers could successfully apply new e-applications and secure post-quota exports in light of the changing nature of textiles and clothing business after January 2005 (when quotas are phased out). It elaborates principles to guide exporters in adopting e-applications so as to develop fruitful long-term relationships with major buyers, deals with e-applications in European Union and United States, presents examples of exporters in developing countries that have successfully found approaches to integrate their systems with those of customers/suppliers. Case studies from Hong Kong buying, sourcing and trading offices, are included, as well as e-applications used by Singapore trading houses and manufacturers.Operating via the internet creates greater access at Faster speeds than ever betore possible in the exchange ot ... Innovation From The Leader Avery Denmson Retail lntormation Services has over 65 vears ot expenence m product identity and ... Positioned as the global leader, we already hold and maintain relationships with retailers, brand owners, vendors and treight ... WebPDM helps reduce product development costs, improves product quality, avoids communication loss, andanbsp;...
|Author||:||International Trade Centre UNCTAD/WTO.|
|Publisher||:||United Nations Publications - 2005-11-01|