Incorporatewear, the UK’s premier corporate clothing supplier, has recently been assisting Virgin Atlantic Airways (VAA) in reconfiguring its warehousing operation at their corporate centre in Gatwick.
Incorporatewear’s Operations Manager, Daren Turner, has been overseeing the expansion of VAA’s hub in order to adequately accommodate local stocking needs.
“This is a real win-win situation,” explains Daren, “not only does this help Virgin ensure fast and efficient issue of uniforms but also means our replenishment programme can also be optimised.”
Daren’s comments are echoed by Sally Fairhurst, Head of Uniforms at VAA, who comments that “these changes are going to transform the way we operate and will make the day to day operation easier for both companies.”
Incorporatewear have been managing Virgin’s iconic uniform since late 2010 and, as with all of its clients, looks for innovative solutions to provide the highest levels of service possible.
“We are delighted to have been able to support Virgin in this project,” continues Daren, “and believe that this ably demonstrates Incorporatewear’s breadth of operational skill.”
The transition of VAA wardrobe management has seen major change across the supply chain: from the implementation of bespoke web functionality to operational reconfiguration – all in a day’s work for Incorporatewear.