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INDUSTRIAL WORKWEAR


Cool workwear styles ready for the summer months T


he sun is coming out, now itʼs time for the warm jumpers to take a break.


During every season those who have to work hard outside have to face enormous challenges.


Therefore, summer with its hot temperatures is not to be


underestimated. What you need now is workwear which not only focuses on safety, durability and mobility but also helps you keep a cool head even at high temperatures.


James & Nicholson provides a wide range of workwear in the current trade colours and Myrtle Beach supplies the appropriate headwear like caps, beanies or sweat absorbing multifunctional X-Tubes.


Light, breathable, classic polo shirts and


T shirts made of fast-drying materials are a strong team together with the workwear bermudas or 3/4 pants. Due to the Cordura-reinforcement, all the trousers of


Keep cool in high


temperatures


the workwear range are very durable and offer the ultimate mobility at the same time. Apart from the high-quality


workmanship, a further plus of James & Nicholson is the variety of pockets which afford enough space for the tools every craftsman needs for his job. Everything finds its place and is protected to perfection. For the new season the workwear range of James & Nicholson has been further developed and tailored precisely to your needs – at an unbeatable price.


Discover the new entire range of James & Nicholson and Myrtle Beach with the current workwear catalogue. All the articles can be personalised with imprinting or embroidery. nFor more information call 0800 298 0168 or visit www.fusiblesystems.co.uk


CKL is a specialist in distributing industrial items A


s an award-winning distributor for Portwest, and recently appointed distributor for Scandinavian safety glove and footwear experts – EJENDALS (manufacturers of the lightest, most flexible and technically advanced safety boots in Europe); as well as trade suppliers of the full ranges from the likes of Dickies, Supertouch, Regatta Professional, Snickers and Lee Cooper; and not forgetting its own brands – DMAX and TopSport – you could say that CKL is a specialist in distributing workwear. CKL sales director, Bali Rakhra, said: “Weʼre gaining a lot more business from garment decorators from all round the UK.


“Even those who have direct accounts with the brands still come to us as they can get everything they need from one place, and our prices can work out cheaper for them, especially for smaller orders where theyʼd have to pay carriage from each of their regular suppliers.” CKL has added over 2,000 new products to its range this year alone,


including 400 new items in its fire-retardent, hi-vis, PPE, safety glove, footwear and workwear ranges. But, perhaps more significant then the sheer breadth of its range, are CKLʼs latest 2015 price reductions.


400 new items added in 2015


Its own-brand products have undergone extensive price reworking to represent unparalleled value, spec-for-spec. Relevant brands would include the D-MAX brand of heavyweight 280g polycotton twill industrial workwear encompassing kneepad-ready coveralls, work trousers, aprons and warehouse coats, and the TopSport brand of workwear grade polo shirts, sweatshirts, fleeces and jackets. CKLʼs website and catalogues are yet to be updated with its fast- growing range, so it would be best to contact CKL directly to find out what the company offers. nFor more information call 0800 788 0777, email sales@ckl.uk.com or visit www.ckl.uk.com


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