Ready to Rollout
With an operating capacity to produce over 1,200 branded garments per day, we're ready for any rebrand rollout.
Rebranding an organisation is a stressful and demanding undertaking, whether it's the result of a re-launch, acquisition or merger. A considerable amount of pressure is placed on Procurement and Marketing departments, who have to ensure all rebranded workwear, PPE and signage is rolled out perfectly, on time, at the same time. If this process doesn't go to plan, the workforce may be lost in transition between old and new brand styles, leading to confusion and a lack of focus.
Luckily, we're experts in helping clients overcome time and resource constraints to ensure a smooth transition in such events.
Here's the proof
When Cofely Ltd merged with Balfour Beatty, we were ready to step in and demonstrate our capabilities.
Within 5 days, every site was visited by one of our Account Manager's to ensure we had a clear understanding of individual site requirements. This included setup of dual logos and special requirements. The data was then inputted internally within 3 days to enable production to begin without delay.
Our in-house management and production facilities meant a rapid turnaround for the Cofely/Balfour Beatty merger. We provided the capacity of 21,297 logoed garments (2929 heat transfers, 1700 screen prints and 16,668 embroideries) through bulk production within only 8 days.
Orders were dispatched within 4 days, starting with the largest sites on the 11th December through to the final delivery on Monday 16th December. All consignments were delivered via UPS on a next day service to ensure delivery was made to site in advance of the deadline.
Don't get lost in transition
We ensure nothing is left to chance through accurate management of timeframes and our impressive in-house production capabilities.
Make sure your sites are kitted out correctly on rollout day.
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