Shopping Cart


Thanks to our market leading personalisation facilities, we can manufacture any design or garment according to your specification or requirement. Our manufacturing services include branding garments through various methods including printing and embroidery.

Our reputation is based on rapid response and attention to detail, consistently achieved through partnerships with SABS-approved manufacturing and sourcing facilities.


Qualified and experienced management conduct a 'needs analysis' related to your working environment and corporate identity. Based on your approved forecasts, we plan production of the uniform items and implement managed stock levels.

In-house production planners will work closely with relationship mangers to ensure that delivery dates are met through stringent processes.

State-of-the-art technology is used in the ordering and delivery process, with the highest quality control of garments. Stock is made to order and liability is kept to a minimum, thus protecting you from risk and expense. 


One of WorksGroup’s largest suppliers has been around since the early 60’s, holding true to their mission statement “we don’t make and sell, we sell and make”. The factory has employed 1,300 people in the past 7 years and have approximately 17 production lines, all specialising in specific garments. They place similar garments on each production line ensuring staff become accustomed to sewing specific garments, resulting in them becoming specialists in those areas.

Each stage of production has a quality control member in place to reduce the chance of incorrect production. The factory manager is a qualified engineer, supported by 4 on-site mechanics to timeously address issues and ensure machine breakages do not affect production. For every staff member, there is 0.7 support staff. R50 million worth of fabric is stored at the factory at any given time. To combat absenteeism, the factory has built an on-site clinic for staff (paid for by the supplier) and have found this has helped dramatically. Their training programme means 30 people, with no previous sewing or manufacturing knowledge are paid a trainee wage for 3 months, upskilled, with the intention of them being recruited into the factory.
Each day’s production is monitored to ensure equal production at an average of 1,000 garments a day, per line.