Bertrand CHABRIER, Director of Development of C-LOG signs for LSA a forum on the complex control of stocks on the fashion market.
After a quick review of the evolution of consumption habits of the French and the economic context, Bertrand CHABRIER takes stock of the practices to be exploited to continue on the textile market.
Management of just-in-time stocks for textile logistics, reverse logistics, destocking are avenues to exploit.
Discover the entire Bertrand CHABRIER platform on the LSA website: “Surstocks and returns in fashion, what strategy to adopt ? ”
About Bertrand Chabrier
After a career in the luxury goods market (Louis Vuitton and Ferragamo), Bertrand Chabrier joined H & M for 8 years, where he held various positions (Shop Manager, Regional Manager and then Supply Chain Manager Europe) before joining MIM in 2008. as Merchandising Director then Beaumanoir Group in 2010 as Head of Cash Flow for Cache Cache.
In 2016, he became the Development Director of C-Log, the omni-channel supply chain expert.
Expert in E-Commerce and Retail Supply Chain, C-Log offers logistics solutions and tailor-made transport solutions to the brands of the personal equipment sector (ready-to-wear, beauty, shoes, leather goods, sports, accessories , luxury …).
C-Log, in short: 160,000 m² of surface, 6 sites in France, 1 site in Shanghai, 600 employees, 80 million pieces shipped / year, 7,000 outlets delivered across more than 80 countries.
Recognized brands in their respective markets are now relying on C-Log: Cache Cache, Eden Park, Sandro, Maje, Claudie Pierlot, Morgan, Damart, Kickers, Bonobo, Rugby Division …
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