Marcolin Gets The Timberland License But Its Profits Fall Below Zero

With revenues projected at over €50 million for the duration of the renewable 4-year contract, the acquisition of the Timberland license, which was revealed during last month's SILMO fair in Paris, should compensate for the loss of the Fornarina license, which expires this year. The strong Timberland brand was previously ...

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