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MyWorkwearjoins the fight to help British manufacturers


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idlands based workwear provider, MyWorkwear, has become a founder member of FactoryNOW, a revolutionary new platform introduced to help the British manufacturing sector. The launch of the new platform for the UK’s manufacturing sector has been brought forward by nearly six months to help industry in these unprecedented times. Co-developed by MTD and Jefferson, two of the most trusted media organisations in the sector, the FactoryNOW initiative is specifically designed to help manufacturers raise their profiles, boost sales, engage with both potential customers and suppliers, facilitate collaboration, recruit talent, launch new products and create their own bespoke communities. James Worthington, managing director of MyWorkwear, said:


“We are incredibly proud to be a founder member of FactoryNOW. In these unprecedented times for the UK, it is essential that we all pull together. As a passionate advocate for UK manufacturing and engineering, I knew FactoryNOW was important for our future. Businesses have lost numerous


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heMagicTouch has added an additional 15 colours to its existing range of Premium Flock.


The new additions take the choice of Premium Flock colours to 40. Available by the linear meter with a width of 500mm. All flock products are Oeko-Tex certified against harmful substances. The high quality flocked hot-melt film


opportunities to engage with customers due to the pandemic but FactoryNOW will allow the industry to continue to drive new business through the new avenues it provides.”


Inkthreadable has moved


ast month saw Inkthreadable move into a new facility and expand its fleet of Kornit printers. The new Blackburn-based unit has provided more space for Inkthreadable to grow, to warehouse blank stock, and to install new equipment. To coincide with the move, Inkthreadable also installed a new Kornit Avalanche HD6, bringing the total up to four. This install further expands Inkthreadable’s printing


15 colours added to TheMagicTouch’s Premium Flock range


on a polyester carrier has high elasticity and outstanding washing durability with fastness up to 60°C. Precise and intricate designs can be easily cut and weeded using standard plotters and cutters. The weeded transfers are then applied at 160°C-170°C for 15-17 seconds using medium pressure on a professional heat press.


Leo Workwear introduces metallic reflective waistcoats


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he Commodore is the industry’s first reflective waistcoat finished in


metallic gold, silver and bronze. Following the success of Leo


Workwear’s Pilton range, which includes 22 different colour combinations, the new metallic finishes offer an exciting twist compared to the standard colours available.


They are great way to clothe clients in something with a premium look, to represent their brand in something a little different. They can be used to distinguish between three different zones or job roles. Once normal life starts to resume, they will be perfect for events, festivals and even the Olympics.


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capacity and helps shorten current lead times. The new unit can comfortably accommodate four more machines in the new production area. The additional space will allow Inkthreadable to grow other departments too. Five new embroidery machines were also installed during the move, and there are plans to develop each department as demand for Inkthreadable's services continues to grow.


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