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Chester Textile Services invests in increasing production
23
May '09
Chester Textile Services intends to enhance its production capacity, for which it has invested £500,000 after securing funding from Lombard and NetWest's commercial banking team in Chester.

It is an independent contract laundry and linen hire business, which supplies linen to hotel chains across UK. Several five-star hotels, national chains and independent hotels throughout the North and Midlands are its clients.

With the installation of a new production line, the company now operates four production lines at its Chester base. This new production line will increase company's production capacity by 250,000 garments per week.

The company directors are confident that the new production line will definitely boost company's turnover. Mr. Nigel Hunt, Chief Executive of the company said that the future growth strategy of the company is based upon improving production capacity to handle more work from its clients.

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