Leading North West promotional merchandise company Hatters has committed to ambitious expansion plans for 2019 with the acquisition of new workspace in Stockport town centre.
Set up in 1994 by Managing Director Jo Shippen, Hatters have gone from strength to strength over the 25-year period boasting national and blue-chip brands.
In order to accommodate a growing workforce and take on additional projects to meet the company goals, 1,500 sq ft of office space has been acquired in addition to 3,500 sq ft of warehousing space in order to provide product fulfilment services to clients.
Specialising in promotional merchandise, print management and product fulfilment – including ordering of stock, storage and delivery, the company prides itself on providing a truly personal service to its customers of which they have been recognised with numerous awards including bronze place in Totally Stockport’s Customer Service Awards.
In addition to the focus on quality and service, Hatters are also constantly evolving its product lines in order to set itself apart from the competition. The latest product range will be unveiled and launched to the market in 2019.
Managing Director Jo Shippen commented on the relocation:
“I’m delighted that the relocation into brand new, self-contained premises and expansion of workspace has coincided with the 25th anniversary of Hatters.”
“The new office and warehousing space provide us with so many opportunities for future growth and I’m optimistic that we’ll be celebrating many more company milestones in years to come.”
For more information, please visit the group website at www.hatterspromotions.com
"The new office and warehousing space provide us with so many opportunities for future growth and Im optimistic that well be celebrating many more company milestones in years to come."
Jo Shippen, Managing Director
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