Danielle Group PLC has been trading for 25 years, after being established in 1985 by owner Anthony Sultan. His father Jacques Sultan owned respected business Fortwell Limited for 20 years, so between them the father and son team has almost half a century of industry know-how.
The company specialises in sourcing clothing designers, setting up contracts, and managing suppliers, from a network of trusted manufacturers in the Far East. Danielle Group now has its head offices in South Manchester, with regional offices managing the workload in Bangladesh, China, India, and Vietnam.
With a profile including shoes, clothing, bags, belts, accessories and corporate wear, Danielle Group is one of the busiest and foremost clothing manufacture contractors today. However, they pride themselves on guaranteeing fair pay and good conditions for employees, they recognise their obligation to the environment, and they implement rigorous quality control as standard. Services are always tailored to the buyer's needs and the legal quality standards of the importing country.
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