Bodybuilding Warehouse, one of the UK’s largest sports supplement suppliers, has announced significant business growth due to the success of its contract manufacturing offering, which has grown by 50% in just three months.
The business has invested an additional £85,000 in new state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment and has grown its operational team by five people, taking the total number of staff at the Manchester-based company to 25. This follows on from a £500,000 investment earlier in the year.
As part of the contract manufacturing offering, companies are able to take advantage of the expertise at Bodybuilding Warehouse and select from a range of over 400 sports nutrition products, which can then be white-labelled with third-party branding.
Bodybuilding Warehouse complete the entire production process including the sourcing of high-quality raw materials, blending, filling, packaging and labelling, providing clients with a turnkey method to enter the fast-growing sports nutrition market.
Kieran Fisher, founder and managing director, said: “The success of our contract manufacturing offering over the past three months has been great and meant that we have been able to expand even further as a business.
“The scale of our initial investment meant we were able to rapidly enter the contract manufacturing arena and offer a fantastic service to our newly established clients. We are now also manufacturing for UK based companies who are shipping as far away as China and the Far East.”
“By purchasing more equipment we have now increased our capacity, which means we have an even greater competitive advantage, within what is a very fast growing market. This will enable us to continue to offer great customer service to our established and newly acquired clients.”
Bodybuilding Warehouse products are now available for sale in all EU countries and across the globe including Asia and Australia. The outreach of products continues to grow through a combination of distribution deals, direct sales and the contract manufacturing clients.
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