Bodybuilding Warehouse, one of the fastest growing sports nutrition suppliers in the UK, has announced exponential growth.
The sports nutrition specialist has revealed that it has doubled its turnover since 2011, and is now targeting sales of £1,000,000 per month.
However, the growth does not stop at turnover. The sports supplement supplier, based in Manchester, has also grown its team to 22, and installed a new state-of-the-art factory at the end of 2013. This has seen the facility expand from a 7,000 sq. ft. space to a 21,078 sq. ft. area over the last year, to cater for increased production rates.
The company also recently launched a contract manufacturing service. The service enables companies to take advantage of its manufacturing expertise, and select from a range of over 400 sports nutrition products, which can then be white-labelled with third party branding. Larger customers can also select bespoke product formulation, with minimum orders for bespoke products of just 1000 units. Over the last month the combination of these two proposals has led to a 700% rise in contract manufacturing orders, making Bodybuilding Warehouse the fastest growing sports nutrition contract manufacturer in Europe.
Bodybuilding Warehouse has further expansion plans for its own brand products, and intentions to sell its Warrior brand internationally over the next year.
Commenting on Bodybuilding Warehouse’s recent growth, managing director and founder Kieran Fisher, commented, ‘It’s been a fantastic year of growth for Bodybuilding Warehouse, and it’s been particularly exciting to see our own brand and services expand.
“The plan is to build on the growth we have experienced, and to continue in this vein for the next year. It’s an exciting time for Bodybuilding Warehouse and customers.’
To find out more about Bodybuilding Warehouse visit he website at www.bodybuildingwarehouse.co.uk.
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