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August 31st, 2010
Uniqlo, like H&M, operates under a fast turnaround, low-cost model, linking research and development in New York and Tokyo (to capture and predict the earliest trends) to an integrated supply chain concentrated in Asia and a precision inventory system that is able to deal rapidly with re-orders.
One of its most successful products has been the HeatTech underwear range, made in conjunction with Toray chemical industries that uses nanotechnology like anti-odour in a range of colourful and cheap underwear lines.
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