Nobody Denim’s downsizing highlights the challenges of local manufacturing

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Australian fashion and premium jeans label Nobody Denim is renowned for its dedication to local production and manufacturing. Its founder John Condilis has also been a champion of supply chain innovation and transparency over the years. So a recent report that the business had laid off 40 garment workers was seen as a blow to fashion brands that view local production as a sustainable and profitable enterprise.  The justification behind the decision to let go of staff did not come as a surpr

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