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Linde Canada introduces private label safety clothing
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Jul '10
Linde Canada is introducing a line of Linde branded, high-visibility safety clothing. The new line is perfectly suited for people working in public works, road security, building construction, or any occupation where high-visibility clothing will enhance their safety.

Linde Canada is an affiliate of Linde North America, which is a member of The Linde Group, a world leading gases and engineering company.

The phased new product launch begins with two garments that will be available in July: a two-tone polo, available in long- and short-sleeve versions, and a two-tone polar fleece which is a heavier version of the long sleeve Polo. They are the first phase in the launch of a complete line of high-visibility, private-label products that will be completed in the fall.

The second phase will include a 5-in-1 all season jacket, winter pants, a rain jacket and rain pant all with the benefit of high visibility material.

“These Linde-branded products are not offered by any other supplier in the industry,” says Theo Zordan, sales manager-safety products for Linde Canada. “Both are high-quality, reasonably priced items that meet all Canadian Safety Association standards, as well as the rules set by the Ministry Transportation of Quebec,” Zordan said.

“In this highly competitive market, our customers demand high-quality, reliable products, at fair prices. We believe our new line of high-visibility clothing meets all those requirements,” Zordan said.

The first two products will be available in all 70 Linde branches across Canada by mid July.

The Linde Group is a world leading gases and engineering company with 48,000 employees working in more than 100 countries worldwide. In the 2009 financial year it achieved sales of EUR 11.2 billion (USD 15.3 billion). The strategy of The Linde Group is geared towards sustainable earnings-based growth and focuses on the expansion of its international business with forward-looking products and services.

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