Britannia specialises in the garment industry, so we know how important labels and packaging are to clothing brands. Without the right garment labels, items cannot be sold. We know that retailers also depend on labels arriving on time, every time, at the right price. And we understand the impact of great garment packaging, which can create and strengthen the relationship between brand and consumer.

Our global production network spans eleven locations around the world. This ensures we’re always close to our customers and can respond instantly when their requirements change.

We also use the latest supply chain management software to provide complete visibility on the status of garment labels and packaging orders. We have the resources to thrive – and help garment retailers to thrive – in a rapidly changing industry.

Some of our products

  • Graphic swing tickets & swing tags
  • Woven labels
  • Variable data swing tickets & swing tags
  • Care labels
  • Self adhesive fabric and paper labels
  • Heat transfers
  • Leather patches & leather labels
  • Self adhesive variable data labels

Why Britannia?

One company worldwide

One company worldwide

With a worldwide network of sales and production facilities, you’ll always find Britannia close to key points in the garment production process. We’re located wherever our customers need us.

Innovative production tracking

Innovative production tracking

Innovative production tracking technology helps to ensure all our labels are produced with accuracy and speed. We use the latest production tools to reduce downtime and allow our customers to remain in control of their supply chains.

Garment packaging industry know-how

Garment packaging industry know-how

Technology enables us to keep up with the garment industry’s rapid pace of change, but the expertise, dedication and know-how of our experienced team is just as important.

John Lewis

John Lewis

John Lewis is the biggest department store retailer in the UK, with 40 branches nationwide and a rapidly growing online business. The relationship between John Lewis and Britannia stretches back to 2008, when we started to produce garment labels and swing tickets for the retailer’s own-brand range of garments and children’s wear.

George

George

We’ve enjoyed a working relationship with George for more than 15 years and became a preferred supplier to the Asda clothing brand in 2008. We now work with George, which is one of Britain’s largest fashion retailers, across seven countries.

Next

Next

Britannia and Next have been working together for more than two decades. Our relationship has become stronger in recent years and in 2011, we were chosen as the sole supplier of the Next U Label (a unique barcode label that is sewn into each garment). We’ve also provided innovative packaging solutions for Next’s children and baby product lines.

Debenhams

Debenhams

We have a long-standing relationship with Debenhams as one of the department store retailer’s main garment packaging suppliers. Debenhams enlisted Britannia to provide innovative packaging and garment labels for its popular ‘Designers at Debenhams’ ranges (John Rocha, Jeff Banks, Jasper Conran).

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