Slick Sew sews up offer to acquire garment printing enterprise

Wolverhampton-based mostly Slick Sew, the apparel personalisation fulfilment company, has acquired Mad Print for an

Wolverhampton-based mostly Slick Sew, the apparel personalisation fulfilment company, has acquired Mad Print for an undisclosed sum.

Mad Print is a garment and textiles printing business which functions for a selection of organizations, football golf equipment, charities, vogue houses designers and fund raising occasions throughout the United kingdom and Europe.

It follows Slick Stitch’s acquisitions of Dollymix Boutique, a main participant in children’s put on personalisation in the British isles, Molly & Monty, a business enterprise which patterns and manufactures luxurious children’s apparel and gifts in the United kingdom, and Andrew Hyde Schoolwear.

Slick Stitch is at present looking at other acquisition opportunities, in particular in the personalised children’s wear and college uniform sectors, and is self-confident of introducing even more brand names to its current portfolio.

Slick Sew CEO Inder Jain said: “We are delighted to have obtained Mad Print and entire still one more acquisition. We have interesting designs to improve the small business and are also seeking at other alternatives.”

Browne Jacobson corporate finance associate Michael Stace recommended Slick Sew.

He included: “It was a satisfaction to assist Slick Sew safe nonetheless an additional acquisition. Inder and the crew have demonstrated that they can properly purchase and integrate complementary businesses notwithstanding the issues faced by the COVID-19 pandemic.”