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Logistic firm Torque invests in new embroidery equipment
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Sep '12
Torque’s imaginative and unique approach to providing its clients with a truly comprehensive ‘end to end service’ is further underlined with its latest investment - a state of the art embroidery centre, the only company in its sector to do so.  Adding a new dimension to its existing services for its fashion portfolio, this machine opens up a whole new area of business for this entrepreneurial logistics provider.  
 
Torque was confident that its substantial investment in this new equipment with its purpose built centre would reap impressive rewards and its faith in this new concept has already been justified with firm orders from a number of key clients which include a bespoke menswear outfitter, premier league football clubs, a prestigious car manufacturer alongside a lot of interest from various design/fashion houses and financial institutions.
 
The embroidery centre is completely versatile and can process basic logos through to elaborate designs.  It can also cope with a lot more than simple soft fabric like t-shirts – it can actually embroider anything that fits on the pantograph – even football boots – something that has already been tried and tested!  
 
The capability of the operation is awe inspiring. With 1,000 stitches per minute per head, it means that if the Torque embroidery team were processing a ‘one thousand stitch’ logo and running the machine 24/7, in the next 12 months it could turn out over 3 million items. 
 
Developed by a well established, German manufacturer, the embroidery machine features highly advanced user friendly software with editing facility.  But any machine is only as good as its operators and Torque is equally and justly proud of its fully trained experienced team.
 
Neil Hewitt, Processing Manager Torque:
“Adding embroidery to our already extensive range of services, brings even more value to our clients apparel, giving them a leading edge over their competitors”
 
Vanessa Hope, Head of Sales and Marketing Torque:
“It is a key part of our Torque philosophy - to provide additional services – to add value and beyond those that clients expect.  It is all about the detail, developing tailor made concepts that help make the client’s business more efficient and ultimately, more profitable.  This is what differentiates us from any competitors.” 
 
Torque is an independent company and their business is based on being completely receptive to the needs of our clients in ways which are accountable and transparent; responsive and watchful; competitive and well informed; innovative and intelligent. 

Torque


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