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Incorporatewear showcases new Catering Collection at Hotelympia
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Jan '10
Incorporatewear Ltd, a leading designer, supplier and managing agent for corporate clothing, uniforms and workwear to major brand names in the hospitality industry (including Premier Inn and the Local Authority Catering Association), will be showcasing its new 'Fresh Chef' collection to the hospitality industry for the first time at Hotelympia 2010, 28 Feb – 4 March, Excel, London.

With samples to view and handle on stand no. N2619, the full collection in all its vibrant colourways is depicted in a full colour catalogue which will be given to stand visitors. The range includes catering wear, as well as workwear, suiting (for front of house) and high-visibility clothing.

'Fresh Chef' kitchen clothing features Incorporatewear's new technology fabric 'Cool Touch'. The garments have cotton next to the skin and polyester on the exterior. This allows the fabric to draw moisture away from the body, keeping staff cool and dry in the kitchen without compromising performance.

This stylish but practical catering clothing is a 'stock-supported' range and can be bought in single units and embroidered or decorated in-house. Fast turnaround is another feature of Incorporatewear's service: perfect for clothing 'new starters' in an industry which often experiences high staff turnover.

Incorporatewear is able to provide larger operators with bespoke collections: designed, manufactured and delivered to meet specific requirements. Many customers opt for a mixture of services with a limited range of bespoke items supported with day-to-day garments from Incorporatewear's on-line stock range.

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