Incorporatewear has recorded sales growth from £14m to £25m in three years.
The company attributes this success to a series of client and contract wins, resulting in a growing workforce and the opening of a new warehouse in Birmingham, near the company’s headquarters in Hams Hall, Coleshill, West Midlands.
One of the key factors in the growth came when Marks & Spencer appointed Incorporatewear to clothe 100,000 staff members across the world. The contract includes providing uniforms for more than 65,000 UK employees of the retail giant – the largest single piece of business in Incorporatewear’s history. The deal meant a 25% increase in the company’s turnover. The increase is further supported by the addition of other major international accounts.
Virgin Atlantic, another high-profile client, recently agreed a contract extension, which sees Incorporatewear continuing to providing the iconic Vivienne Westwood-designed red cabin crew uniforms. Incorporatewear is now supplying 160,000 garments to more than 7,500 pilots, cabin crew and ground agents across the world and in the skies.
In addition, the company launched its major new warehouse that has quadrupled capacity. Standing three storeys high, with a 25,000sq ft footprint, it has a total floor area the size of a football pitch.
Steve Ciuffini, general manager at Incorporatewear, said: “It is great to be in a position to announce such positive growth. Our new warehousing facility allows us to feel confident in our ability to ensure high quality service is continuously delivered to all our new and existing clients. Incorporatewear was founded to be the most forward thinking, innovative and supremely flexible corporate wear and corporate uniform supplier, and as we have continued to grow we have shown that our DNA remains the same.”