Inventory overload affects Rocky Brands’ Q3


In the period ended Sep. 30, U.S. footwear company Rocky Brands reported “temporary fulfillment challenges” and a doubling in operating costs to $44.2 million. The increase in expenses was driven primarily by integrating the brands The Original Muck Boot Company, Xtratuf, Servus, NEOS and Ranger acquired in March for $230 ...

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