Facts & Figures

Meyer & Meyer is always striving to grow. 66 football pitches could fit into our warehouse and logistics halls, while end to end our clothes rails are nine times the length of the Eurotunnel that connects France and England. Meanwhile, our trucks could move a small town. Here is Meyer & Meyer in numbers:

470,000

square metres of warehouse and logistics halls

Meyer & Meyer stores, checks and packs your products worldwide on an area equivalent to more than 66 football pitches. In our fully automated logistics centres, your flat packed and hanging garments are properly processed and finished by well-trained personnel.

1,800

employees

Our staff are cut from the same cloth as us. The Meyer & Meyer family has grown over the decades: we now have over 1,800 passionate members of staff working across transport, warehousing, quality assurance and IT.

1,000

vehicles in our fleet

We dispatch more than 1,000 vehicles every day to ensure your fabrics, trimmings and finished goods are delivered reliably to their destination, and in immaculate condition. To take good care of your delicate products, our trucks are always at the cutting edge of technology and come with solutions for both flat packed and hanging garments.

2,500

swap bodies

With us, every garment has a home: your goods will be well protected and safely transported in our approx. 2,500 swap bodies.

450

kilometres of clothes rails

When put together end to end, our clothes rail system is longer than the motorway connecting Cologne and Hamburg.

10.5

million finished garments per year

With passion and attention to detail, our expert staff finish 10.5 million garments every year. That’s three times more than the number of football shirts Manchester United and Real Madrid sell, put together!

3.5

million shipments

Thanks to Meyer & Meyer’s international logistics network, the number of shipments we make per year is equivalent to the population of Berlin.

230

million euros in revenue

Meyer & Meyer’s annual revenues come to the same amount that Munich residents spend on shoes in a year.