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Shirtmaker White Hart London brings production back to UK

Contemporary shirt manufacturer White Hart London is seeking to double production levels over the next two years as it brings production back to the UK.

The company of 50 employees aims to increase capacity to 12,000 units a year, from the current 6,000 shirts.

Scott Eden, director at White Hart London, said the team had recently brought in specific machines from Hong Kong - the “only type of its kind in London” - which would allow the factory to produce casual shirts rather than formal shirts.   

White Hart London, named after the neighbouring Tottenham Hotspur football club’s stadium, has recently signed a deal to produce Ben Sherman shirts and is targeting brands including Paul Smith, Ted Baker, Fred Perry and Jack Wills


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