Embroidered workwear is one of the most popular forms of customised workwear and uniforms.
Machine embroidery is the most popular method of customisation for workwear, corporate clothing and schoolwear as it portrays a smart and professional image for your company. Embroidery is often used to give a refined and polished look to personalised workwear and corporate garments.
Embroidery uses threads to stitch a logo or name directly onto a garment using automatic embroidery machines. It is usually applied as a small logo to the chest of a garment.
Uniforms are an important factor for many industries such as health care, the public sector and retail, but a lot of companies still do not choose for their staff to wear a uniform.
There are many ways in which a uniform can benefit a business and improve its image.
Most businesses choose to use staff uniforms to portray a positive message about their brand.
A uniform gives staff a smart appearance, which enhances the image of the company to customers. A professional uniform will give the impression of a professional business. On the other hand, no uniform can give the impression that a business doesn’t care how it looks and isn’t proud of its brand.
Workwear Express have once again supplied high visibility workwear to Eldon Square Shopping Centre.
We printed hi viz vests for Eldon Square with a screen printed logo on the back.
Watch our screen printing department printing the hi viz waistcosts below.
Choosing work uniforms for your staff can be a daunting task. With so much choice of workwear on the market, it can be hard to get the right garments for the job. Here is some advice and tips on how to choose the right uniforms from workwear experts, Workwear Express.
Business and office wear needs to look smart, as well as being comfortable enough to sit at a desk all day.
Trousers and shirts in colours such as black, navy and white create a professional look. For a stylish edge, add your company colours in accessories such as scarves and ties.
Workwear Express now offer no minimum order for printed T-shirts thanks to their new Direct to Garment T-shirt printer.
We can now print full colour designs onto T-shirts with no set up fees, no design constrains and a fast turnaround from as little as 1 T-shirt per design.
By investing in a DTG machine, Workwear Express has increased T-shirt production capacity to 2,000 T-shirts an hour.
Direct to Garment printing is the latest technology in T-shirt customisation.
Much like an ink jet printer, the Direct to Garment machine prints a digital design directly onto a garment with specially formulated inks which are set with a heat press. A digital design is output straight from a computer and onto the garment via the DTG printer.