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Home textile goods firm Riva Home adds manufacturing arm

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Jul '20
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UK-based home textiles supplier Riva Home recently announced the opening of its new manufacturing business, creating over 35 new jobs and expanding its product range in preparation for future growth. The firm, which specialises in the design and distribution of home textile goods, will now manufacture a sizeable proportion of its goods in the United Kingdom.

Riva Home’s customers include high street retailers and independent stores alike apart from online retailers and those based overseas.

The company says it plans to quickly provide its customers with access to additional products, with the added benefits of shorter manufacturing lead times and alternative designs to those already supplied, according to a report in UK business news website.

Lloyd Evans, formerly with Evans Lichfield, will join the company’s growing team to head the production operation based off-site from the firm’s head office and distribution complex in Leeds.

Riva Home plans to rapidly introduce print-on-demand and personalisation services into the home textiles industry. It also has ‘other significant plans’ to expand product ranges and categories in the very near future.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk (DS)


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