Frette – Gently does it

Founded in 1860, the Italian company Frette is the leaderin luxury linen for hotels and the home. Its history ofsupplying linen to royalty and nobility continues today,combined with a reputation for quality and flawless service.Today, the respected company is ready to extend itspresence and notoriety worldwide.

Gucci – Italian-style luxury

Specialised in leather goods, luggage and horse riding equipment, Gucci was born in Florence in 1921. The theme of horse riding, which the founder of the company, Guccio Gucci, holds particularly dear, is still evident today in the famous red-green horse bit, stirrup and bow motifs, derived from the saddle girth. These are the emblems of a company which has come to be a symbol of elegance and aesthetics, always at the avant-garde of fashion.

Inditex – A unique model

Deliveries to over 4,000 stores 73 countries, at least twice per week, and a range of services that constantly adapts to its customers’ needs - all of this provides the basis
for the economic model implemented by the Spanish textile group Inditex. Its import-export and transport director Abel Lopez Cernadas reveals the secret of its commercial and logistic success.

Armand Thiéry - « Our stores represent our best sales tool »

Specialising in ladies’ andgentlemens’ clothing, ArmandThiéry reports healthy growthand opens around forty newstores per year. Its strengthsinclude strategic locationsand own brands.

Redcats Group – A global leader in Home Shopping

Redcats Group, active in30 countries, is the No.1home shopping group inFrance, Scandinavia andPortugal for fashion andhome decoration. NorbertDentressangle operate adistribution warehouse atMyslowice, Poland, whichthey set up in 2007.

Marks & Spencer – Shifting expectations

Marks & Spenceris a household name in the United Kingdom.Its offering of high-quality food, clothing and home products draws over 21 million shoppers weekly to its stores. The Norbert Dentressangle Group is a key player in M&S’s logistics operation –and especially insupporting its fast-growing e-commerce business.

Marks and Spencer - From the biggest store to your doorstep

Over the past five years, high street retailers have increasingly turned to e-commerce as an integral part of a multi-channel offer.