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Freight Brokers stitches up another fashion deal

[ January 13, 2016   //   ]

Freight Brokers has added another fashion house to its portfolio – womenswear label Paloma Blue. Like British fashion brand Body Editions – recruited by courier wholesaler Freight Brokers in November last year – the brand recently began selling its merchandise with online retail giant Net-a-Porterr.
Founder Ariana Stein launched Paloma Blue at the end of 2014, and is currently in talks with a number of independent boutiques and department stores with the aim of expanding her brand globally.
“We are a small business that ships all over the world, and having Freight Brokers look after our logistics needs has been a tremendous bonus,” said Stein. “We are planning to break into new markets in 2016 and will be announcing our new partners soon.” Paloma Blue pecialises in holiday clothing and accessories for women. Freight Brokers manages all shipment orders domestically and internationally, including Production, e-commerce, wholesale, and samples.
Freight Brokers’ sales director Ben Keisner, added: “We are able to support Paloma Blue’s growth by ensuring the brand can benefit from discounted rates with all the major carriers,” said Freight Brokers.
Freight Brokers has over 250 clients from across the fashion industry, and works with leading carriers to find the best shipping rates available. The company also operates an online system to allow its clients to track and trace deliveries in real time.

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