Direct Corporate Clothing has acquired Incorporatewear from the Workwear Group.
Both companies are well known within the industry and will remain operating individually while adding strength to one another’s offering.
DCC specialises in workwear and PPE contract solutions for large blue-chip organisations. Working with some of the UKs most well-known facilities management, construction, utilities, healthcare, transport and hospitality teams. ICW services large corporate and retail clients around the world providing practical corporate wear that blends wearer comfort with commercial practicality, specialising in retail, airline, hospitality, travel and banking.
The synergy between the two companies is destined for great outcomes. With Direct Corporate Clothing’s ability to produce and provide high standards of workwear and PPE, combined with Incorporatewear’s design and supply capabilities regarding corporatewear, all parties know this is going to be a phenomenal collaboration.
DCC joint managing director, Sam Sohal, said: “DCC is proud to announce the acquisition of ICW. The acquisition will further strengthen our current client base and add new sectors which complement each company’s supply chain and service offering. The two companies will operate independently but will share best practice to enhance their overall product offerings. We are pleased that the current senior management team will remain with ICW and will continue under the leadership of Ed Grigg.”
ICW general manager, Ed Grigg, added: “These are exciting times in the next chapter of the ICW story. The combination of two such recognised brands in the industry will provide great opportunities for our existing and new customers, while allowing us to continue to deliver on our strategic objectives.”
The acquisition is great news for both companies and both are excited to see what the future holds. DCC and ICW operations will remain the same having no immediate impact on employees, clients or suppliers.