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Workwear & Corporate Clothing Show set to be the best yet
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Mar '12
The eyes of the workwear and corporate clothing world will be on the Ricoh Arena, Coventry on the 17th – 18th April at the UK's biggest ever Workwear and Corporate Clothing Show. This unique event will showcase the very best workwear, personal protective equipment (PPE) and corporate clothing available today from across the globe.

If you are looking to equip your staff with clothing, footwear or accessories; forge new business partnerships or source new products and services, then look no further than this year's show.

There is no doubt that times are tough and with no end in sight to the continuing economic downturn, businesses need to be mindful of budget restrictions and cut down on any unnecessary expenditure. Now more than ever, it is vital buyers find real value for money and make every pound they spend stretch further.

The Workwear and Corporate Clothing Show represents a perfect opportunity for individuals to research and source the best products and services the sector has to offer, network with suppliers and manufacturers and build new business partnerships cost effectively under one roof.

Truly international, the 2012 Workwear and Corporate Clothing Show will welcome more than 2,000 visitors and more than 60 exhibitors from over 20 countries, from as far afield as Australia, New Zealand, Japan, India, China and the USA.


Now in its fifth year, the Workwear and Corporate Clothing Show has become the number one event in the industry's calendar and a must-attend occasion for global manufacturers, buyers, suppliers and everyone with an interest in any aspect of commercial workwear, corporate clothing and PPE from industry sectors including oil and gas, construction, emergency services, retail, hospitality, finance, health and beauty, plus many more.

Managing Director of the Workwear and Corporate Clothing Show Yvette Ashby says: “Every year, the show just gets bigger and bigger and 2012 is without a doubt, no exception. In fact, such is the international prestige of the show that we are preparing to welcome a huge trade delegation from China with the China Workwear Association booking a number of stands at this year' s event to showcase the best of what China has to offer.

With the Chinese workwear industry now estimated to be worth some £23 billion, approximately ten times the value of the European market, this represents a significant and exciting opportunity for European suppliers.”

The very best of what the USA has to offer will be represented by Safety Focus Global, a key supplier of high quality PPE and its US partners Dragonwear - a manufacturer of lightweight, breathable, high visibility clothing that is fire-and arc-resistant, Newtex – a leader in high temperature materials for thermal management and fire-protection applications, Nasco – manufacturer of protective outerwear for industrial applications and International Enviroguard – leading manufacturers of disposable protective clothing that mitigates heat stress and offers chemical protection (BP chose coveralls exclusively from International Enviroguard for the clean-up process after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill).


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