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1 THE APPAREL LOGISTICS GROUP, INC.
People. Product. Process Company Profile

2 Company Profile People. Product. Process
THE APPAREL LOGISTICS GROUP, INC. Headquartered in the North Dallas area, The Apparel Logistics Group specializes in providing third party services for the fashion and apparel industry in the import, customs clearance, receipt, warehouse, fulfillment and distribution of apparel and accessories for the world’s leading brands. Other third party services include design, sourcing, merchandising administration of both branded and private label apparel, including shirts, blouses, pants, shorts and sweaters. People. Product. Process

3 What makes us unique? Born from an apparel company
The Apparel Group , Ltd. (A New York Corporation) Nearly a Century in Branded business (1919) Over 35 years of private label Solid foundation of imports, customs clearance, distribution, value added services The Apparel Logistics Group (A Delaware Corporation) Separate Company Asset based 3PL Services Manufacturers, Importers, Retailers, Specialty Stores and Brands Process annual volume of 6.4 million units (Peak year at 7 million) Understand quality apparel, and garment quality control is ultimately a question of customer satisfaction Care of apparel increases the value of a product or service, establishes the brand name, and builds up good reputation for the client

4 Apparel Industry News

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6 Servicing the fashion and apparel industry to the following Clients:
Partial Customer List Servicing the fashion and apparel industry to the following Clients: Department Stores: Dillards Cabella’s JcPenney Kohls Nordstroms Macy’s Neiman Marcus Bloomingdales Moore’s Canada Men’s Wearhouse Specialty Stores (Over 2000 accounts): REI Von Maur Brooks Brothers Kaufmanns Sue Patrick Joseph A Banks Julian Gold Mark Shale Mason Weiss Tootsie’s Joann’s - Houston Barbara Katz Gabby Tallulah’s Cameron Clothing Elegance by Edith MHP Retailers Molly’s of Denver Feinstein’s Ballin’s Ltd. Hall’s Coco’s Gloria S. Gaucho - Savannah Road’s People. Product. Process

7 People. Product. Process

8 Apparel Third Party Services:
In House Designers Sales Merchandising Customer Service Information Technology Accounting Transportation and Imports Human Resources Distribution Sourcing & Manufacturing: manufacturing through strategic alliances with Textile Alliance Limited (TAL Apparel Group) Global manufacturing located in 6 countries People. Product. Process

9 Technology Lawson’s Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)®
ERP System - Lawson’s M3® for Fashion Multi dimensional SKU attributes IBM server iSeries 400. All EDI standards for retailers, including label and packaging compliance Redundant data connections to all retailer value-added networks Electronic records of all inbound and outbound transactions Reporting available on-demand or scheduled Lawson’s Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)® tool for retailers and manufacturers of apparel, footwear, home textiles and accessories facilitates the management of products, from design all the way through to production Warehouse Management Software – Manhattan’s WM® Inventory Management Labor: -Plan and balance workload and monitor activities Physical Space: Cross-docking and flow-through capabilities Automate picking, packing and shipping. Analyzes every facet of order fulfillment to speed processing and improve customer service. Third party logistics billing – tracks 3PL events for proper billing of services Integration Point® – Foreign Trade Zone Tracking Software People. Product. Process

10 The Apparel Logistics Group Departments (TALG)
Merchandising & Customer Service Data Warehousing Data Reporting EDI Setup and Maintenance Internet CRM Order Management (DC Level, Store Level) WIP Order entry/Order Processing Allocation Call center Inventory Management (Vendor Managed Inventory – VMI) Forecasting & Planning Retail Sell Through Analysis Managing production Accounting Services Deduction Management A/R Management A/P Management Collections People. Product. Process

11 TALG Operations: Logistics, Warehousing,
TALG Operations: Logistics, Warehousing, Distribution, and Quality Control Distribution Center 6.3 million cubic feet building with expansion capabilities Warehouse management controlled by Manhattan’s WM® Centralized in the United States Enterprise and Foreign Trade Zone Bulk storage and shipping Pick/Pack/Replenishment (Pick to light, GOH, Flat pack, Tilt Tray) Inventory Management Re-ticketing/Repackaging Returns Management / Refurbishment E Commerce Logistics Department Shipping direct-to-DC, direct-to-store, or direct-to-consumer order fulfillment or management Production Order Tracking Customs Brokerage Management Foreign Trade Zone Management Ocean Freight management Quality Control Team Apparel inspection in accordance with all Acceptable Quality Level (AQL) standards Specification measurements PICK TO LIGHT Automated Conveyance Flat Pack & Pallet Storage GOH Storage & Pick Tilt Tray Sorter Play Video People. Product. Process

12 Foreign Trade Zone Why Companies use Foreign-Trade Zones:
1. Relief from property tax on inventory— The federal law that established the U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones Program allows companies to obtain exemptions from inventory taxes. 2. Duty exemption on re-export 3. Duty elimination on waste, scrap, and yield loss 4. Weekly Entry Savings 5. Duty Deferral Why Companies use Foreign-Trade Zones: Relief from property tax on inventory— The federal law that established the U.S. Foreign-Trade Zones Program allows companies to obtain exemptions from inventory taxes. Certain tangible personal property is generally exempt from state and local ad valorem taxes. A small number of states assess local taxes on business inventories. The Foreign-Trade Zones Act exempts most merchandise from such taxes in Foreign-Trade Zones. Duty exemption on re-exports—Without a zone, if a manufacturer or importer brings apparel merchandise into the United States, it is required to pay the import tax (duty) at the time the component enters the country. However, an FTZ is considered to be outside the commerce of the United States and the U.S. Customs territory. So, when foreign merchandise is brought into an FTZ, no Customs duty is owed until the merchandise leaves the zone and enters the commerce of the United States. Only then is the merchandise considered imported and the duty paid. If the imported merchandise is exported back out of the country, no Customs duty is ever due. Duty elimination on waste, scrap, and yield loss—Without an FTZ, an importer pays the Customs duty owed as material is brought into the United States. This is because the material is considered imported at this point. If the processor or manufacturer is conducting its operations within a zone environment, the merchandise is not considered imported, and therefore no duty is owed until it leaves the zone for shipment into the United States. Weekly Entry Savings—Weekly Entry (allowed only to FTZ users) provides economies for both Customs and FTZ users. Under Weekly Entry procedures, the zone user files only one Customs Entry per week, rather than filing one Customs Entry per shipment. Customs no longer has to process an entry for each and every shipment being imported into the zone, and the FTZ community no longer has to pay for the processing of each and every entry. Duty Deferral—Since FTZ are outside the Customs territory of the United States, goods are not imported until they leave the zone. Therefore, Customs duty is deferred until merchandise is imported from a FTZ into the United States. This is a significant cash flow savings. Instead of companies having substantial monies tied up in Customs duties on their inventory, they have use of that money for other purposes People. Product. Process

13 Strategic Partnerships
Sourcing & Manufacturing: manufacturing through strategic alliances with Textile Apparel Limited (TAL Apparel Group) Global manufacturing located in 6 countries Imported mainly thru port LA/Longbeach, CA People. Product. Process

14 TAL APPAREL GROUP People. Product. Process China
Textile Alliance Apparel (Dongguan) Ltd Pacific Apparel (Dongguan) Ltd Thailand Thai Garment Export Co Ltd Mandarin Clothing Co Ltd Hong Kong TAL Apparel Limited Cheong Shun Garments Co Ltd Vietnam TAV Limited Malaysia Pen Apparel Sdn Bhd Penang Textile Sdn Bhd Imperial Garments Sdn Bhd Indonesia PT. Katexindo Citramandiri People. Product. Process

15 TAL APPAREL GROUP Production Setup & Capacities


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