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Source workwear solutions online in small volumes
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Aug '09
The term 'workwear' can cover a whole host of garments: from tailored wear for front-of-house, through cateringwear, protective and hi-vis clothing, casualwear (polos and sweatshirts) and accessories such as shoes, hats and gloves. Sourcing these products in small volumes from a reliable, single specialist supplier can be problematic.

Incorporatewear continues to specialise in the design and management of bespoke corporatewear wardrobes and uniform solutions to major brand names. Now, however, the company has recognised the opportunity in workwear supply and has launched inworkwear.com, an on-line facility offering a stock-supported range of work clothing. Clients will benefit from the fabric know-how, design expertise, logistics capability and buying power of a major supplier, but be able to purchase as little as a single garment, which can still be decorated in-house for speed of delivery.

The collection is aimed at smaller corporate entities including regional building societies, small retailers, manufacturers and service providers … in fact any company that wants to portray a professional image and develop its brand. Naturally, existing corporatewear clients, who have workwear requirements can now also fulfil their clothing requirements from one company.

Inworkwear actively encourages customers to make contact if they are unable to find exactly what they are looking for on the website. All being well, Inworkwear will source the product immediately and make it available on the web within a matter of a few hours. It really is that simple.

Jenny McNamee, Account Manager at Incorporatewear said, “This is a flexible offering aimed squarely at both existing clients and corporate customers looking for a straightforward, great value, one-stop shop.”

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