Apollo And Nike Announce Strategic Partnership

Apollo And Nike Announce Strategic Partnership

Apollo And Nike Announce Strategic Partnership by PitchBook

Apollo Global Management and Nike (NYSE: NKE) have entered into a strategic partnership to manage the sports apparel icon’s manufacturing supply chain in the Americas. To that end, a new supply chain subsidiary under Apollo’s leadership has acquired two companies using capital from the firm’s aptly designated Special Situations I fund. The first is apparel maker New Holland; the second is embellishment, warehousing and logistics operator ArtFX. In addition, Apollo will make further acquisitions to create a vertically integrated apparel ecosystem that travels up the supply chain from source to distribution.

Baupost’s Seth Klarman Suggests That The U.S. Could Be Uninvestable One Day

Seth KlarmanIn his 2021 year-end letter, Baupost's Seth Klarman looked at the year in review and how COVID-19 swept through every part of our lives. He blamed much of the ills of the pandemic on those who choose not to get vaccinated while also expressing a dislike for the social division COVID-19 has caused. Q4 2021 Read More

The partnership with Apollo comes as Nike continues to grapple with problems in its supply chain and logistics. In June 2015, the company opened a massive distribution center in Memphis after some retailers lodged complaints highlighting delays to North American shipments. In May, Nike added to its distribution center in Belgium to streamline its European operations.

Updated on

No posts to display