Corporate clothing specialist Incorporatewear has completed another successful roll-out of corporate uniform for Nationwide Building Society.
The 2012 collection refocuses the Nationwide wardrobe on its core brand colours, delivering a smart, professional and modern collection that demonstrates Nationwide’s commitment to its customers and wearers alike.
The rollout comes hot on the heels of a highly commended award for Best Bespoke Uniform at the Professional Clothing Awards 2012. This recognition is testament to the constant design, evolution and commitment from both Nationwide and Incorporatewear.
Shelley Arnett, Nationwide Corporate Clothing Manager says, “Incorporatewear have been supplying Nationwide for over a decade, each roll-out has been successful, completed on time and without disruption to the day to day workings of our business. During this time corporatewear colour and design has evolved considerably and Incorporatewear has consistently met Nationwide’s branding and wearer needs.”
Incorporatewear is not only an expert in meeting design needs for now, but is also instrumental in ensuring that previous range uniform garments are recycled appropriately and securely. Nationwide and Incorporatewear are committed to producing corporate clothing garments that can be recycled at the end of their life rather than going into landfill.
Karen Lamb, Nationwide Account Manager explains, “Once the new uniform has been issued Incorporatewear works together with Nationwide to collect used garments and redistribute them to our recycling partners. These garments are then de-branded and sent to developing countries to be reworn or broken down and recycled into sound proofing and seat stuffing.”
Chris Wood, Managing Director adds, Incorporatewear is proud that Nationwide Building Society is one of its longest serving customers, both companies have realised the benefits of building long term relationships.“