In the UK, in Europe and in the wider world, millions of people perform their tasks comfortably and safely in workwear made from Carrington fabrics.
Which means they work happily and more efficiently. This is a prime concern – but it has to be balanced against practical considerations. Workwear also has to be supremely fit for purpose and offer value in commercial terms.
It has to meet every performance requirement, with optimum functionality and durability throughout a long life. And, it must retain its wearability, smartness and other qualities after repeated wash and wear cycles. So we work closely with laundries and other organisations to ensure our workwear fabric ranges meet the demands of ETSA performance.
Another important factor is the way an organisation's workforce is presented. Workwear plays an important role in its corporate image - and the way it is perceived by its customers and the world at large.
We are consulted on workwear in many diverse sectors. These include Healthcare, Heavy industry, Light engineering, Food Processing, Retail, Distribution, Defence, Hospitality, Travel, Utilities, Public Sector and Emergency Services..
We respond with advice that comes from long experience, plus a wide range of fabrics to meet specialised workwear needs. Using in-house CAD our designers work with garment manufacturers, distributors, brands and end-users to create bespoke designs that incorporate logos or other graphics – to reinforce a professional corporate image.
We have workwear fabrics designed to bespoke requirements. Workwear fabrics developed for specific tasks.Workwear fabrics exhaustively proven in wearer trials.
Workwear fabrics worn by personnel working for brand giants such as McDonalds, UPS, BUPA, TATA Steel, Shell, Coca Cola, Airbus, Jaguar Land Rover, BP and Arcelor Mittal.