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Launch of Helly Hansen workwear at Shirtworks
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Mar '10
Shirtworks, one of the UK's leading providers of customised corporate workwear has announced the imminent launch of a new range of Helly Hansen workwear for corporate customisation. The high-quality workwear can be used to create branded uniforms with the addition of a printed or embroidered logo, and is an excellent medium for subtle advertising and increasing corporate brand recognition.

"We're very pleased to be adding the prestigious Helly Hansen brand to our range of customisable workwear," commented Arron Harnden, MD for Shirtworks. "Helly Hansen is well-known for its durability, especially in the sailing and yachting world, and durability is one of the most important qualities that workwear needs to have. The clothing produced by Helly Hansen is of the highest quality, and is ideal for our corporate customers who want the very best in corporate uniforms. We offer a wide range of unbranded clothing designed to be a plain base for corporate personalisation, including the excellent Dickies range, and so the addition of Helly Hansen only improves the choice we can offer to our customers."

When asked what types of customisable workwear would be available in the Helly Hansen range, Arron replied; "Helly Hansen produce practically every type of workwear that exists, from high visibility clothing, to sub-zero survival suits and protective flame-retardant clothing. I anticipate that the fleece workwear, the basic cotton workwear and the waterproof clothing will be at the core of our range. Our new catalogue for 2010 will be available on the website very soon, and so our customers will be able to see the extent of the Helly Hansen range online. We pride ourselves on being able to provide workwear for a wide variety of companies," Arron added, "so if one of our clients has a request outside of our usual range we'll do all we can to satisfy their requirements."

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