Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Automation and robotization generate neorelocalization 4.0 I will start this post with a review of what was discussed in the last five articles. The goal of this summary is to see the complete development of this new phenomenon in order...
In this new article we continue to analyze the incredible process of the return of apparel and fashion manufacturing from Asia to nearby locations. I have called this budding phenomenon "the neorelocalization of fashion production" to distinguish it from...
Fueled by a powerful and unavoidable need for innovation in the sector, a growing number of fashion brands and organizations will seek to adopt the capabilities and skills of "startups". The list could be very long, but for practical...
"Is it possible that the disruptive ideas of more than 150 countries will definitely trigger the shift to a circular fashion industry?" To the first rhetorical question with which Accenture and H&M Foundation begin to analyze the current situation of...
"Faster and more versatile fashion during each season is the key to creating an attractive offer for future customers and to achieving the desired success in today's volatile market. Only if fashion brands move from the traditional and historical...
This is the first article in a future series of reports on which I have begun to work with Europa Press. It is an honor to write for the most important and prestigious international Spanish-language news agency, and I...
I share with you the excellent article by Silvia Riera in Modaes that is part of the Dossier: Denim, the raw material that defines the product; in which I have had the honor to participate. Thank you very much...
Robotics can help fashion companies drive business efficiencies in their warehouses, stores and factories. In the 1990s, fashion's relationship with robots was a fantasy. Today, the industry's interaction with automation is much more common and tighter. In the distribution centers...
This is the third and last article in the series, based on the detailed report The State of Quality Inspections in the Global Supply Chain: 2018 Edition by Sourcing Journal & Inspectorio, about the current quality level of fashion...
I ended the previous post with this query: Will personalization (and the necessary automation-robotization to achieve it) mean that fashion production will be relocated to developed countries? Absolutely! I have no doubt about that! The neorelocalization of fashion production does not imply...
Allow me to share with you this very interesting article from INFOBAE: Artificial intelligence and mixed reality in fashion: concepts that are beginning to take shape, in which I have had the pleasure of collaborating thanks to the opportunity...
The organization chart of a fashion brand . It is a reality that the organization of fashion brands has been changing in recent years at the same pace as the market and the client itself. In this process, the disruption...
Even as the fashion industry and sector are facing an unstable and complex reality, we recognize that supply professionals have high hopes that they will be able to generate and develop the tools and structural responses to successfully manage...
No report or content on digitization and its impact on the fashion, textile and apparel industry would be complete without a focus on production automation. Obviously, this would lead to a thorough revision of the sourcing strategy with a...
To unleash the full potential of digitization, fashion supply executives must harness technology to accelerate the transformation of internal processes, external partnerships, and organizational culture. There are five foundations that executives can or should start building today to solidly support...
If fashion and retail are to achieve their goals in the digitalization of their supply, they must increase their focus and go beyond the core areas and processes of their supply chain. If they have chosen to transform their...

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