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UK's Creative Apparel bags its biggest-ever clothing order
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Creative Apparel, a clothing supplier based in Stockport, a town in Greater Manchester, England, has bagged an order for supplying sponsors' promotional T-shirts for the Paralympic Games. The deal worth £400,000 is the biggest-ever supply order received by the company till date.
 
The order is expected to help the company make three million pounds in revenues in the 12 months up to March 2013, up from previous year’s revenues worth two million pounds. 
 
The company has also begun selling its products online through the launch of its own website that directly sells branded work wear and leisure wear to the consumers.
 
Established in 1988, the firm till now has retained its focus on the business-to-business market, by providing services like embroidery, screen printing and transferring items from T-shirts and hoodies to work shirts and blouses. 
 
The company received financial support from Barclays for launch of impogo.co.uk, a website offering 78,000 leisure-wear items. 
 
Besides developing the website, the firm, which employs 30 people, used a part of the surplus capital to upgrade its print and embroidery machinery and to improve its graphic design abilities.
 

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