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Mascot's industrial workwear range meets industry needs
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Jun '12
A survey by the European Textile Services Association reported that companies expect quality, protection from risks and comfort from their Workwear.

In truly Tested to Work style MASCOT, in 2010, launched an industry range of garments where you get just that and much more. Developed in response to customer demands MASCOT worked with industrial laundries and large end users to develop a modern new alternative for the industrial wearer. The range is so comprehensive that the warehouse worker, joiner and driver can all have Workwear to suit their individual needs.

In response to the overwhelming success of the industry range MASCOT has added two new lines to it. MASCOT DANVILLE BOILERSUIT & BILOXI TROUSERS. Made from 100% cotton, the stitching is robust triple stitched with ergonomically formed trouser legs. 100% cotton is particularly suitable for heavy industry working for example with welding, because the sparks will not penetrate and melt the fabric.

Fastening with storm flap and press studs (hidden to avoid risk of scratching or catching) and to give the product longer shelve life, allows for quick removal in case of fire. These products have adjustable knee pad pockets and the new designed fitting; gives extra space and comfort to work in different positions.

All Industry products have been developed with the industrial launderer in mind, no Velcro is used in these garments and all items in the range have a long durable life span. The range has been thoroughly tested to ISO 15797 which includes vigorous testing of dimensional stability, colour fastness, creasing and seam puckering.

Mascot International A/S is an international, family-owned business, which develops, manufactures and markets high-quality workwear and safety footwear for craftsmen and industry.

Mascot International A/S

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