Grahame Gardner is looking to further expand its operation in Ireland thanks to a deal with a major deal with a major Irish distributor.
The Leicester-based uniform provider is already the UK provider for the successful Landau scrub range and will be taking the product over the Irish Sea following the announcement that Medray Imaging Systems has become its exclusive partner.
The exciting development between Grahame Gardner and Medray, based in Dublin, comes soon after the successful implementation and delivery of the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (ISCP) leisurewear and uniform contract which was also a collaboration between the two organisations.
Simon Ward, group sales director of Grahame Gardner, said: “We have worked with Medray for a number of years and the two businesses share an ethos for customer care that makes us both stand out.
“We are excited to be taking our working relationship to the next level with this latest project and are really looking forward to bringing the Landau ranges, with their striking array of colours and designs, out to Irish healthcare professionals. We see Ireland as a real area of growth for Grahame Gardner and this partnership is a great way for us to reinforce our brand across the country.”
A staple workwear choice for healthcare professionals across the world, Grahame Gardner’s Landau range is designed and constructed to provide wearers with all-day comfort and durability. The collection offers men’s, women’s and unisex garments in a wide range of hardworking fabrics, sizes and colours, providing customers with the flexibility to choose the workwear that is right for their staff.
Aidan O’Reilly, managing director of Medray, said: “The demand for online sales has opened our eyes to the potential of selling more uniforms in Ireland. For many years now we have satisfied the workwear demand of physiotherapist and radiology staff, but this new range from Landau opens up the market to all nursing, careers, veterinary, dental, beauty and child care staff.
“We are delighted to be working with Grahame Gardner who we feel is the ideal partner to help fill a gap in the current workwear market in Ireland.”