Custom clothing and workwear provider Direct Print has moved into much larger premises after a successful year of growth.

The company is moving to a new base within the same industrial estate it is currently located in at Sheaf Bank in Heeley.

Director James Smith said: “This big step will give us around 4,000 square feet of space and give us the chance to improve our print and embroidery capacity by further investing in machinery, technologies and employees.

The move comes after a year of growth for Direct Print, with new employees now on board.

James added: “Over the last 12 months we have really worked hard on looking after our customers. We have kept prices as low as possible, improved and refined our product offering.

“We have also taken on three new employees while promoting a member of our team internally after their performance consistently exceeded expectations. “We wanted to grow and we planned for that, but I couldn’t be happier with the work and dedication shown that has helped us to get there.”

Direct Print has also launched a leading-edge new e-commerce website. Via, users can browse and order customised clothing online for the first time.

James said: “Once settled in we would love to welcome local businesses to come and see our products being customised and even try on some of our workwear.

“The new space will see a much bigger showroom featuring t-shirts, polos, hoodies, trousers, boots and much more.

“We have created not just a functional space, but one that will give us the ability to create almost a retail-like environment. Our products are not ‘off-the-shelf’ but I believe that we can show our customers the same experience-led journey that many of us enjoy on the high street. I can’t wait to welcome clients old and new in 2022.”