4 Considerations When Shifting Your Supply Chain to Mexico & Central America

May 12, 2020

As shippers seek China alternatives to overcome production delays, blank sailings and other bottlenecks, Mexico and Central America are solid choices due to extensive apparel exports, rapid U.S. trade partner growth, and easy intermodal transportation access.

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5 Considerations Before Shifting Your Supply Chain to Bangladesh

March 18, 2020

It’s important to evaluate capacity, infrastructure, production costs, competitive ready-made garment landscape, and other challenges when shifting your supply chain to Bangladesh.

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How Shippers Can Overcome Ocean Carrier Consolidation

March 05, 2020

Ocean carrier consolidation is leading to increased costs for shippers to transport goods, a burden overcome by working with a freight forwarder well versed in carrier rate negotiations, transportation audits, and tariffs, such as CAF Worldwide.

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6 Considerations Before Shifting Your Supply Chain to Vietnam

February 15, 2020

It’s important to evaluate production logistics, costs, infrastructure, labor force capabilities, points of entry and other challenges when considering shifting your supply chain to Vietnam.

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7 Strategies for Overcoming Tariff Uncertainties

December 11, 2019

Threatened tariff increases on additional Chinese goods will have long- and short-term effects on shippers. Strategies such as duty drawback, production relocation and tariff engineering can help you stay ahead of the curve.

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2019 Apparel Sourcing Trends

October 01, 2019

New trade barriers and tariffs, a shift from China to developing markets, and greater consumer expectations regarding next-day delivery, transparency, and sustainability are among this year's apparel sourcing trends.

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5 Things to Consider When Choosing a Logistics Partner

April 29, 2019

Critical determinants for selecting a logistics partner include customer service, reputation, area of expertise, financial stability, and relationships.

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