DAKS


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DAKSData and Knowledge Systems
DAKSDeutschen Aktionsnetzes Kleinwaffen Stoppen (German humanitarian organization)
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However, the M74's neglect could now be about to change following the sale of the former DAKS factory.
Mum-of-one Pamela, 32, said: "It's a fantastic start and we will create more jobs as the order book increases and they will go to former DAKS workers.
However, bosses at DAKS London HQ insist any deal must be done by the end of this month.
DAKS shop steward Bobby Mathieson yesterday said: "I hope a buyer is found but the company is telling us very little.
Although the label faced a serious setback when high street chain Marks & Spencer withdrew a major contract from the company's Larkhall factory, DAKS bounced back, upgraded its old-fashioned designs and is now achieving a higher fashion profile worldwide than it has enjoyed for years.
But we have not heard anything from DAKS about any of these projects or any plans they have.
So this summer keep calm, collected and under control with the DAKS menswear collection available from Rackhams in Birmingham.
Looking very smart, but very cool, DAKS has captured the New York mood, which isn't bad for a company that makes all its clothes in its own factory in Scotland.
AS an ex-employee of DAKS (Polbeth), I am disgusted by the treatment of staff and employees up to and including the closure of the factory.
A bird in the hand: DAKS checked pure Iish linen Nehru jacket, pounds 319, and Irish linen scar pounds 49.
Almost 600 staff have been made redundant by DAKS Simpson following the loss of a crucial Marks & Spencer order.
Staff at DAKS Simpson's Larkhall factory, in Lanarkshire, where 445 jobs are to go, claim management rounded them up "like cattle for the slaughter".