MyWorkwear celebrates 40 years in business

MyWorkwear celebrated on September 22
MyWorkwear celebrated on September 22

On September 22, MyWorkwear celebrated 40 years of providing personalised uniform, clothing and workwear solutions.

MyWorkwear was started in Telford, Shropshire by Mike Worthington in 1976. Originally producing combined golf bags and trolleys and then cycle panniers. It was when one of MyWorkwear’s largest customers Halfords needed a coverall uniform for their new car centres that MyWorkwear began to produce and supply clothing.

In the early days MyWorkwear manufactured and supplied bespoke garments for the many Japanese companies investing in British factories, as the garments issued from Japan did not fit the British worker.

In the 1990s and 2000s the way the world shopped was changing and MyWorkwear joined the revolution with its first website. It was also at this time that MWW expanded into selling workwear and uniforms that had not been made in-house.

To this date MyWorkwear supplies both businesses and individuals across the UK with uniform, workwear and clothing, offering a personalisation service so that logos, names, messages or designs can be embroidered or printed onto items purchased.

MyWorkwear continues to manufacture in-house from its premises in Halesfield 9,Telford. The friendly team looks after customers from across the UK who order via the internet, telephone or via the on site shop.

MyWorkwear would like thank its customers, new and old for their support over the past 40 years, and the company looks forward to continuing to work with them over the next 40 years and beyond.

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