Swift Denim Xpress offers 24-hr delivery

Gross, Elaine
February 1997
Textile World;Feb97, Vol. 147 Issue 2, p32
Trade Publication
Reports on Swift Denim's establishment of a system for a 24-hour delivery of its fabrics to customers. Benefits of the Swift Denim Xpress program to customers; Initial products offered via the 24-hour delivery scheme.


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