A>C, the discount retailer that has been the poster child for the exploding consumer electronics industry, has stopped selling clearance fabric for all of its products in 2017.
The company announced the move in a post on its website Tuesday, and its announcement came just a day after the U.S. Department of Commerce announced that the agency was considering requiring the company to make all its clearance fabric available through its website.
The company said that in 2018 it will be discontinuing clearance fabric in all of the products that it offers for clearance, but in 2020 it plans to re-introduce the product for clearance.
“The clearance fabric program, including the fabric available via the website, was an integral part of our mission to help customers save money and protect their purchasing decisions,” A&g;C said in the post.
“We appreciate our customers’ support and support of the program, and are confident that our efforts will continue to improve the customer experience.”
The announcement came after the department announced that it would consider requiring all retailers to make clearance fabric on the internet available through their websites.
The move comes at a time when retailers are struggling to make ends meet amid a slowdown in the U,S.
A&m;s decision to discontinue clearance fabric is another sign that the company is trying to address consumer concerns about price competition, especially when it comes to online retailers.
Last year, A&p;s website and its discount fabrics were among the most-requested items for shoppers, as customers wanted to find products with lower prices than their traditional retailers.
The company was also one of the companies that were criticized for being too focused on the physical retail business.
A&=;C is now trying to create more value for consumers by offering its items through its online store, but that effort is far from over.
The retailer has also announced that all of their products will be available through the retailer’s website starting next year.