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Success Drives Relocation for PING Collection

8.33am 26th October 2011 - Corporate

Europe’s most innovative golf clothing manufacturer, PING Collection, have moved in to a brand-new, bespoke office development in Cheadle,CheshireinEngland’s northwest.

Due to the rapid expansion of the company following a string of successful years, PING Collection have been forced to move to a larger complex. As a result, there has also been some exciting internal restructuring.

The new development is sure to enable the company to increase distribution, improve service levels and continue to achieve on-time deliveries acrossEurope.

To ensure that these goals are achieved and the company continues to grow at such a rate, the following personnel changes have been made:

Senior Designer, Fiona Reilly, will now be further assisting in brand communication through photo-shoots, workbooks, digital marketing and social media.

Obviously buoyant, Fiona said: “It’s really exciting times at PING Collection. Everybody has been working so hard and it’s fantastic to see the company expanding first hand.”

Further changes in the product department involve Helen Burn, who has been promoted internally. Helen’s role will now comprise of SMU co-ordination and the development of event product requirements, as well as continuing her role as Product Developer.

Elsewhere, there has been significant restructuring throughout the Sales and Customer Services departments.

PING Collection’s Managing Director, Simon McGuigan, commented on the move: “It’s great to finally get the move out of the way. Everyone’s finally settling in and there’s a great team atmosphere. The restructuring is sure to benefit our business. The future is certainly bright and the signs are there for all to see.”

PING Collection’s new office is at: Suite1, Haw Bank House,2 High Street, Cheadle, Cheshire, SK8 1AL.

PING Collection www.pingcollection.co.uk

 

 

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