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Capital Workwear offers range of hi-visibility clothing
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Jan '14
New online workwear clothing website, Capital Workwear, are proud to offer customers an extensive range of hi visibility clothing for 2014.
 
The importance of Hi Visibility in the workplace, and in the streets, is still as high as ever and making sure you have the correct apparel for your occupation can not only keep you out of trouble, but prevent injuries and save lives, too.
 
Having a new site launched in August 2013, Capital took the importance of Hi Visibility seriously with a comprehensive section of Hi Vis jackets, trousers, sweatshirts, coveralls, bib & braces, body warmers, fleeces, polo shirts, vests and waistcoats. 
 
Capital cleaning supplies which has been an established supplier for janitorial activity for over 30 years introduced workwear to its range about 10 years ago. The Hi Vis range is just a small part of a wide range of products which make capital a “one stop shop” for all cleaning, hygiene and workwear needs. Customers of Capital not only include domestic consumers but large corporations and business such as the Ministry of Defence, National Health Service and various other local authorities – and this includes Capital’s Hi Vis range.
 
Safety in general is something Capital Workwear strives to make a stand out aspect in their products. Safety footwear including safety boots, safety rigger boots, safety shoes, safety trainers and a section on women’s footwear is available. 
 
The new look website employs some important features for customers when purchasing from Capital Workwear. A sophisticated sizes guide is available online for men and women, as well as a footwear size guide. Capital Workwear also have a special embroidery section available online for customers to personalise their orders. Customers can request personalisation very easily, or simple embroidery and printing by filling out a simple form provided online. 
 

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