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Workwear Express introduces quick service custom clothing
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Nov '12
The UK’s leading clothing customisation specialist Workwear Express has launched a brand new collection of customisable garments. The new range of clothing has been specifically targeted at those customers who need their clothes customised in a hurry.

Andrew Ward, MD of Workwear Express said “We have always put the needs of our customers first, and our new 72 hour Express Turnaround range is another example of how we are evolving our business to meet the changing needs of our customers.”

The Express Turnaround range is ideal for promotions and events companies who need promotional garments within a tight deadline. The Express service is also useful for clients who have left their workwear ordering until the last minute, and need customised garments fast.

With the new Express Turnaround range, customers can place their order with Workwear Express one day and know that it will be dispatched and on its way to them 3 days later.

The specially selected range of 12 express products can be customised and sent out within 72 hours of ordering. The new range includes a selection of the most popular products such as T-shirts, polo shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, hats and bags.

With Workwear Express’s new service, customers can add their logo or design to express items with embroidery, screen printing and transfers.

Andrew said “This service is unique to Workwear Express, and we believe that it will cement our position as innovators in the industry.”

The North East based firm has been providing workwear, uniforms and promotional clothing throughout the UK for over 20 years. During this time the company has built up an impressive clientele list which includes the likes of, Greggs the Bakers, MITIE and Hamleys.

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