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New safety headwear lights the way at Workwear Show
Mar '11
Product Zone Ltd, Hertfordshire based specialists in all areas of sport, workwear and promotional merchandise and clothing, has chosen the forthcoming Workwear & Corporate Clothing Show 2011 (Ricoh Arena, Coventry on April 5th and 6th) to introduce a versatile lightweight safety cap that provides both head protection and illuminated visibility.

The 'Guardian Bump Cap', designed to meet standards EN812:1997+2001 features a stylish, fully washable, cotton cover with a front corporate badging area for embroidery or transfer print, large ventilation holes with fashionable mesh grills, foamed internal headband and in-built, battery powered front lights.

With a reduced peak length for easier upward visibility the cap is ideal for any situation where hands-free illumination is required whilst working in confined spaces. Available in a wide variety of colours and in sizes 54cm – 59cm.

The team at Product Zone Limited have over 50 years combined knowledge and experience of licensing, sourcing and developing innovative sport and promotional products and maintains a wide range of relationships in a variety of market sectors encompassing workwear, sport and fashion. The company's partners include many Rugby clubs and Premier and League football teams for whom they produce quality merchandise, corporate and work wear. In January this year the company formed a partnership with Brookes Jordan Limited, the largest manufacturer of Jacquard scarves in Europe, which will also be promoting its product ranges and in-house embroidery service at the show.

The Workwear and Corporate Clothing Show, now in its fourth consecutive year, is the only UK based international exhibition dedicated to the workwear, corporate clothing and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) industries; with its celebrated slick fashion show and major industry discussion platform, this year entitled the 'WorkIT 2011 Conference', the exhibition is the recognised main event to either attend or exhibit for anyone involved in this important market sector which is worth in excess of £450 million in the UK alone and around £2.2billion throughout Europe.

Product Zone Ltd

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