Durham based firm Workwear Express adds new MTV show The Valleys to their extensive list of celebrity clients. Find out more about the new project here.
Online PR News – 21-November-2012 – Durham City durham – The Durham based company recently released their annual figures for the year 2011/2012. These figures showed that the company continued to grow over the period, with a 25% increase in turnover in the last year.
Due to this continued growth, Workwear Express is now one of the UK’s leading T-shirt printers. In the past year, the company has worked with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry, including Big Brother, the X Factor and Geordie Shore.
Now, Workwear Express has supplied MTV with printed T-shirts to promote its new reality TV show, The Valleys. Having worked with them in the past, MTV approached Workwear Express as they knew they would receive great quality printed T-shirts with a fast turnaround. The printed T-shirts featured The Valleys logo and quotes from the shows first series.
Despite competition, Workwear Express continues to attract large clients such as MTV, Hamleys and 3 Mobile.
One of their largest clients, Greggs the Bakers now has over 1500 stores and outlets uniformed by Workwear Express since 2005. Workwear Express also supplies all of Greggs printed T-shirts for promotional and charity events.
The company attributes its success and rapid growth to its constant commitment to improve its service.
Workwear Express has continued to keep up with new innovation and technology by investing in new equipment.
Earlier in the year, Workwear Express added to its screen printing facilities with a brand new M&R Sportsman 12 colour printing machine, which enabled them to increase screen printing capacity to 12 colour designs.
The newest addition is a Direct to Garment printing machine, the latest in T-shirt printing technology.
The BrotherGraffiTee™ Series GT-381 printer features up to 1200dpi printing which creates photographic quality images. Investing in this new machine has enabled Workwear Express to now offer no minimum order on T-shirt printing.
The Direct to Garment printing machine adds to Workwear Express’s industry leading T-shirt printing facilities.
Workwear Express has also increased its workforce to over 50 full time employees to help shorten production times and increase productivity on T-shirt printing.
The Durham based firm believes that its continued investment in technology and staff will not only support its current customers’ needs but also attract even more big name clients to support the company’s plans for further growth.