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GrowthClothes2order jobs boom continues with 25 new roles

Clothes2order jobs boom continues with 25 new roles

Manchester based branded workwear supplier Clothes2order.com are today announcing the creation of a further 25 new jobs across their manufacturing, customer service and web development teams.

Following a strong recovery after covid restrictions ended, Clothes2order have made investments of over £550,000 in their Trafford Park manufacturing base, systems and technology improvements, and growing their sales and marketing teams. These investments have led to strong sales performance and the requirement to significantly expand their workforce for the second time in less than 12 months.

The firm, which celebrated 25 years in business last year, supplies a wide customer base both in the UK and internationally – from promotional clothing for blue chips like Amazon and Google, to workwear and uniforms for restaurant chains, all the way through to embroidered polo shirts for your local plumber. Orders are fulfilled from their Trafford Park site which already supports over 160 textiles jobs, printing and embroidering company logos an designs onto clothing.

Sam Jones, Managing Director, commented “It’s always great to be in a position to create new jobs and we look forward to welcoming in a new cohort to the Clothes2order team to help us continue our growth. Our strong performance this year has shown we’re on the right track, relentlessly focusing on quality,
speed, customer service and reliability.

Our customers want their orders fast and our industry leading stock position and on site manufacturing facilities are key to ensuring we can produce and deliver reliably. New equipment has also opened up new markets for us, with an enhanced ability to customise sports and athleisure clothing we are seeing growth across the teamwear and fitness sectors in particular.”

Clothes2order have a positive outlook and are set to grow further into 2023 and beyond, with the investments made this year setting the business up to handle sales doubling over the next two years.

Sam Jones further commented “Our investment and recruitment strategy not only meets current demand but enables us to go after continued growth in the years to come. We have invested in exciting new channels as well as bolstering our sales team and improving our ecommerce offering to continue making things easier for our customers.”

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