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Bucofa to show innovations in safety clothing at A+A
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Oct '13
This year, Van Puijenbroek Textiel - brands Bucofa and HaVeP - will be pulling out all the stops at the largest and most important occupational health and safety trade fair. The A+A is the platform for launching new developments, trends and innovations.

HaVeP will present its new acquisitions and much-prized originals in a dynamic way at stand D04 in Hal 3. From 5 to 8 November, existing and potential customers will be able to become acquainted with Bucofa's workwear and safety clothing.

Lights, camera, action!

Swinging bodies, catchy beats and HaVeP Workwear and Protective Wear – with a variety of videos of sparkling dance acts, stand D04 will be the place to visit at the A+A 2013.

Innovation: sustainability, modern

Over the past two years, our parent company, Van Puijenbroek Textiel, has not been content to sit on the sidelines. As part of our drive to implement sustainable business practices, we have teamed up with a number of partners to develop the first completely recyclable workwear, called REWORK.

This collection, which has been awarded the Silver Cradle to Cradle certificate, consists of the first cotton workwear to be made entirely from components that can be reused as compost or raw materials for new products.

At the A+A trade fair, HaVeP Workwear will also be introducing its latest clothing line: HaVeP Titan. This powerful collection, designed especially for the European market, contains a multitude of models and colours. Mix and match!

The Titan is instantly recognisable because of its fresh colours, fashionable look and striking contrast seams. Demand from the onshore and offshore sector has prompted us to develop HaVeP Explorer. These flame-retardant overalls are ISO 11612 and EN 1149-5 compliant and have a number of practical properties, such as a double-stitched reflective strip and emergency mask loops.

Van Puijenbroek Textiel

With its brands HaVeP and Bucofa, Van Puijenbroek Textiel has been an authority in workwear and safety clothing for almost 150 years. The know-how and experience gained over the years have made this family firm a flexible and reliable partner that respects the environment and is an expert in its chosen field. Prioritising sustainability has resulted in a proven and consistent quality with a long service life, a good price-quality ratio and excellent service.

Van Puijenbroek Textiel

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