Zara is one of the largest international fashion companies. It belongs to Inditex, one of the world’s largest distribution groups. The customer is at the heart of our unique business model, which includes design, production and distribution through an extensive retailer such as Jumia in Uganda. Zara makes some of its garments out of organic cotton (100% cotton, completely free of pesticides, chemicals and bleach). They have specific labels and are easy to spot on our site. Zara was described as possibly the most innovative brand in the world by Louis Vuitton. With a large collection of suits, dresses, pants, jackets and tops there is really no doubt about the innovations of the Zara brand.
Zara is a vertically integrated retailer. In contrast to other apparel retailers, Zara is in control of the majority of the steps of their supply chain such as designing, manufacturing and the distribution of their products. Zara clothing set up its own factory in La Coruña (a city known for its textile industry) in 1980, and upgraded to reverse milk-run-type production and distribution facilities in 1990. This approach, designed by Toyota Motor Corp., was called the just-in-time (JIT) system. It enabled the company to establish a business model that allows self-containment throughout the stages of materials, manufacture, product completion and distribution to stores worldwide within just a few days. Jumia has all the best products from Zara available here for you to buy in Uganda without any stress of shopping abroad. Get authentic Zara clothing today with pay on delivery.