Sales Agent for Ladna Embroidery

The embroidery manufacturer ‘LADNA’ in Kiev, Ukraine offers a wide range of embroidery and their owner Nataliya Lozynska guarantees  high quality and timeliness of all work taken on.

They use Barudan 6-head embroidery machines which can embroider with acrylic, polyester, viscose and cotton thread. They also have chain stitch embroidery machines which can embroider wool & silk.  They can supply from the simplest design to the most complex of creation. 

The minimum bespoke order is just 50 units or metres and any width of pattern repeat and fabric is possible. They can embroider up to 15 colours on the regular embroidery machines and up to 6 on the chain stitch machine.

KEY INFORMATION:
Embroidery on a variety of items such as cushion covers, fabric, tablecloths, napkins, towels ‘coats of arms’ to bags, flags & jackets.

Lead time: for initial sample from artwork 1-3 Days and for order of 50 – 500 units 2 Weeks
Prices are quoted on receipt of artwork but can start as little as £35 to £90 for a cushion cover.

Job description
Ladna Embroidery Studio is looking for agents to represent their products in the UK. Whether you cover the whole country or just part, please let us know if you are interested.

Successful agents will be expected to:

  • Make appointments valid customers
  • Visit them and present the range in a professional and informative manner
  • Take orders for samples and products
  • Deal with any enquiries and issues which arise which cannot be looked after by the Kiev office.
  • Build long standing relationships with good customers for future business

Key Skills

  • Embroidery and importing knowledge
  • Knowledge and relationships with the right customer base
  • Self-motivated

Commission paid 10% on all paid for sales

Website: http://ladna.in.ua/en/

Interested in representing Ladna or know someone who might be?

 Please email your CV to amy.williams@norfolkhouse-uk.com or call Amy with your queries on 01908 410598 ext 6
 
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