About us

About us

Specialising in finishing, repairs and logistics for fashion items, Berry Services constantly challenges itself, adapting to the market and its customers’ needs.

See how we have developed over the years :

For the first time, Berry Services had a stand at the Made in France Première Vision show in Paris. Berry Services has developed and added to the embroidery services it offers by investing in two new embroidery machines and equipping itself with machinery for transferring designs onto textiles. Despite the gradual closure of one of their major customers, the Berry Services company is limiting the decrease in turnover by welcoming new customers.

2019 turnover : 2,780,000 euros.

Berry Services celebrated its 20th anniversary ! Berry Services expands its range of equipment and acquires a 15 thread embroidery machine and a fabric inspection machine.

2018 turnover : 2,944,000 euros.

Berry Services obtains bonded warehouse certification and is therefore able to bring items still in bond into compliance.

2017 turnover : 2,940,000 euros.

Berry Services develops and implements a process for processing returns from shops for a major customer. With this new service, Berry Services is able to provide a comprehensive range of services in the processing of ready-to-wear items. Such a comprehensive offer is unique in France.

2016 turnover : 2,770,000 euros.

Berry Services acquires washing and drying equipment. The integration of these washing services, which were previously outsourced to local companies, enables the company to improve responsiveness and service quality.

2015 turnover : 2,730,000 euros.

Berry Services expands its range of sewing equipment. Berry Services gets a new logo. This new visual identity, a clothes mannequin bust, strengthens the company's position in the fashion industry.

2014 turnover : 3,200,000 euros.

Berry Services acquires high-performance, modern equipment to create and print labels: composition labels and barcode labels, which enables the company to improve responsiveness and to guarantee its customers even shorter lead times.

2013 turnover : 2,590,000 euros.

The new warehouse extension is operational, an additional 1,700 m² hall over 3 levels, entirely dedicated to order picking, bringing the total surface area up to 10,000 m².

2012 turnover : 2,480,000 euros.

To welcome its new logistics customers, Berry Services undertakes the construction of a new extension to its warehouse, building an additional 1,700 m² hall spread over 3 levels. The company exhibits for the first time at the E-Commerce exhibition in Paris.

2011 turnover : 3,110,000 euros.

Berry Services expands its uncreasing equipment and acquires a high-performance, high-capacity steam tunnel : 1,500 items per hour. With the arrival of several new order picking customers, the company strengthens its IT resources: implementation of warehouse management software, development of computer data exchanges with customers, acquisition of barcode reader terminals, etc. To adapt to its new customers and even better meet their needs, Berry Services undergoes restructuring and sets up a logistics service.

2010 turnover : 3,120,000 euros, i.e. a growth rate of over 20%.

Despite the global economic crisis, Berry Services more or less maintains its level of activity. The company offers a new service - returns management, including item sorting and bringing goods into compliance.

2009 turnover : 2,590,000 euros.

Berry Services celebrates its 10th anniversary and organises an open day for staff and their families to mark the occasion. With these 10 years of experience, Berry Services is recognised as the specialist in ready-to-wear logistics. The scope and quality of its services win over a large number of customers. The company continues to invest in new equipment.

2008 turnover : 2,880,000 euros.

Berry Services begins operating in e-commerce logistics. The company is named second best French company in terms of customer service development performance, by Business Leaders of France (DCF). Berry Services receives the Logistics Innovation Prize at the International Transport and Logistics Exhibition in Paris, in recognition of its comprehensive offer designed for professionals in the ready-to-wear clothing industry.

2007 turnover : 2,770,000 euros.

Berry Services sets up a works council. The company is awarded the "Forces PME" Prize by the Confédération Générale des Petites et Moyennes Entreprises and Figaro Magazine for the development of its workforce. For the second year running, Berry Services is awarded the 2006 Gazelle Prize by the Ministry of SMEs for very high growth companies.

2006 turnover : 2,560,000 euros.

Berry Services expands (an additional 3,000 m², for a total of 5,000 m²) its warehouse once again and modernises it: installation of a pallet rack for storing pallets and a rail conveyor system for the storage and handling of garments on hangers. The company is now able to offer all logistics services. Berry Services is awarded the 2005 Gazelle Prize by the Ministry of SMEs for companies with a growth rate of over 30% over the last two years.

2005 turnover : 2,530,000 euros, i.e. a growth rate of over 20%.

In addition to reconditioning and repairs, Berry Services offers a new service: order picking for shops.

2004 turnover : 2,070,000 euros, i.e. a growth rate of over 60%.

Berry Services continues to develop and satisfy a large number of new customers. Berry Services receives the Customer Satisfaction Award at the FATEX 2003 exhibition in Paris (an international ready-to-wear subcontracting exhibition).

2003 turnover : 1,250,000 euros.

Berry Services is recognised as a specialist in ready-to-wear reconditioning and for the quality of its services.

2002 turnover : 800,000 euros.

Berry Services expands its warehouse by 1,500 m², bringing the surface area up to 2,000 m². The company continues its development in ready-to-wear reconditioning and expands its range of clothes-making equipment.

2001 turnover : 770,000 euros.

Berry Services acquires ironing equipment: ironing tables and steam mannequins and expands its sewing machine equipment, primarily for alterations.

2000 turnover : 380,000 euros.

The company carries out its first orders in the ready-to-wear clothing sector, for large retail and luxury customers. These first orders are for quality inspection and alteration services.

1999 turnover : 130,000 euros.

Creation of Berry Services on 5 October 1998. The company moves into a 500 m² building.

Evolution de Berry Services en image : 

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11, Zone Activités Le Fay
36230 Neuvy-Saint-Sépulcre, FRANCE

Opening Hours

Mon 08:00-12:00 AM - 13:00 - 17:00 PM
Tue  08:00-12:00 AM - 13:00 - 17:00 PM
Wed 08:00-12:00 AM - 13:00 - 17:00 PM
Thur 08:00-12:00 AM - 13:00 - 17:00 PM
Fri 08:00-12:00 AM - 13:00 - 16:00 PM
Week end CLOSED


 +33 (0)2 54 30 97 13

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