Templine moved to new heights in 2012, with another record for flexible worker days supplied and turnover hitting £36.6million – annual growth of 15%. During the year, Templine benefitted from its association with the logistic supply chain for major sporting events. It leaves a small hole in this year’s turnover but that’s the sort of challenge that Templine appears to welcome.
In addition to those successes, Templine made its first acquisition, which saw it expand its high street footprint. Chairman, Stewart Rogers was enthusiastic in his assessment of the impact of the acquisition believing it gave the business a better strategic balance for future growth in its core area.
Commenting on the secret to Templine’s success over the last few years, Tony Bucciero, managing director said, ‘There’s no magic to what we do, we just strive to do our jobs as best as is humanly possible – then we set about improving how we do them. Staff training has helped a lot to set new standards and to communicate best practice.’
Buoyed by the confidence of success, Templine has already secured three significant new contracts for 2013 and has opened new high street branches.