2020 isn’t a year that’s going to be marked down in the history books as a particularly positive one, but for Industrial Workwear it’s shaping up to be a record year. Not only have the Consett based workwear company weathered probably one of the most volatile procurement breakdowns in our generation, but are actually bucking the UK business trend by growing and expanding. There has never been a bigger challenge to workwear providers than the current climate, businesses across all sectors have relied heavily on Industrial Workwear to provide essential workwear and PPE they require to keep their doors open and staff safe. Our prestige relationships with suppliers enabled us to move mountains for our customers, securing masks at the start of the pandemic, PPE, and critical uniform at a time our competitors struggled to support their customers or even open their doors. Sarah Hopper, General Manager said ‘Customers in their droves are seeing the benefits of using Industrial Workwear over our competitors, this has put the company in a unique position of growth and expansion.” “The business has recently undergone a restructure within our sales function and we’re now recruiting for our newly formed central sales team, tasked with supporting our Small to Medium-sized customers. The gear shift into growth has been also driven by the sheer hard work of Industrial Workwear’s staff, working tirelessly and selflessly to ensure our customers are taken care of, no matter what the cost or strain on the business”. Industrial Workwear provides uniforms, workwear, and PPE for some of the UK’s leading brands and organisations, ranging from the likes of Nissan to Hitachi. Based in Consett, Durham, our portfolio of clients expand throughout the UK.