Fashion retailers in fast delivery battle

November 2011
Logistics Manager;Nov2011, p07
Trade Publication
The article reports that as of November 2011, British fashion retailers ASOS and Aurora Fashions began upgrading their online delivery systems, the former with CitySprint, which accepts orders till midnight for next day deliveries, and the latter by expanding the number of cities it services.


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