PCIAW carbon fibre t-shirt

Carbon Fiber T-Shirt: Vollebak Unveils Top to ‘Save Your Skin’

Vollebak already launched apparel embedded with high-tech materials like ceramic and graphene. Now, it releases a T-shirt laced with material ‘normally reserved for use in missiles, jet engines, and the world’s fastest cars.’ At this point, anything Vollebak does shouldn’t surprise us. The London-based adventure apparel brand has made work shirts pre-stained with fake blood, a solar-charged glow-in-the-dark…

PCIAW Corporate clothing report

THE CORPORATE CLOTHING INDUSTRY 2019: FORECASTS UNTIL 2024

The Global “Corporate Clothing Market” 2019 Research report provides information regarding market size, share, trends, growth, cost structure, capacity, revenue and forecast up to 2024. This report also includes the overall and comprehensive study of the Corporate Clothing market with all its aspects influencing the growth of the market. This report is exhaustive quantitative analyses of the Corporate Clothing…

PCIAW ASBCI show

ASBCI TECHNICAL SEMINAR Sponsored by TÜV SÜD; ‘The Challenges of Risk Assessment and Product Development’

Date: Thursday 26th September 2019 (re-scheduled date) –  registration and coffee from 9.30am, Close 3.15pm Venue: Eastwood Hall, Mansfield Road, Eastwood, Nottingham, NG16 3SS Brand reputation can be improved – or damaged – by complying to regulations and standards. A brand’s status can be enhanced when it is seen ‘to do the right thing’ –…

PCIAW Safety footwear report

The Global Foot Protective Equipment Market 2019

The Global Foot Protective Equipments Market Report offers valuable insights and market trends to present the Foot Protective Equipments Industry performance. The development plans, market risks, opportunities and development threats are explained in detail. The CAGR value, technological development, new product launches and Foot Protective Equipments Industry competitive structure is elaborated. The Foot Protective Equipments Market dynamics,…

PCIAW Is your business sustainable?

Sustainability: Is your business worthy of a royal seal of approval?

Businesses must show they have achieved ‘outstanding’ sustainable development for more than two years when entering the Queen’s Awards. Green businesses are being encouraged to showcase their achievements and get a royal seal of approval by entering the Queen’s Awards. To apply for the Sustainable Development trophy, businesses must show they have achieved “outstanding” sustainable…