A Leicestershire company has seen exports increase despite the economic downturn.
The company makes wet wipes and clothing for workers in the catering industry.
They said sales increased by 20% this year compared to the first quarter of 2012.
The British Chamber of Commerce believe the weak pound has helped to boost sales overseas.
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