Uvex Safety partners with HexArmor to expand PPE offerings in the UK
Thursday 24th August 2017
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UVEX SAFETY (UK) will now stock, sell and market HexArmor safety products, adding high level cut, puncture, impact and abrasion resistant hand protection to its existing range.
"We're extremely excited to have the opportunity to offer industry-leading technology in cut, puncture and needlestick protection to our customers," said John Gill, managing director of UVEX SAFETY (UK).
"HexArmor has an excellent reputation in the North American PPE industry for leadership in innovative technology so being able to integrate and combine their expertise within the diverse uvex PPE portfolio increases our capability to provide measurably different solutions which keep people safe at work."
HexArmor has been a safety leader in North America for over 15 years, with its signature SuperFabric® brand material inside many of their industry-leading products.
SuperFabric is an unparalleled safety technology, offering the perfect balance of dexterity and high level cut protection. In addition to high cut resistance, HexArmor has pushed the boundaries of needlestick protection, abrasion resistance and impact protection.
"Having the opportunity to partner with uvex in the UK and expand our technology to this market is a huge step towards furthering our mission of sending all workers home safe, every day," explained Steve VanErmen, president of HexArmor.
"With uvex's prestigious position in the UK safety industry, we're excited to align our missions and resources together to offer a complete line of safety solutions for customers."
UVEX SAFETY (UK) began stocking a comprehensive range of HexArmor products on 1 August.
For additional information contact: John Gill, managing director of Uvex Safety (UK), [email protected] Jon Lime, vice-president of global sales at HexArmor, [email protected].
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