Workwear Experts to Showcase Latest Engineering PPE at MACH 2020

With a strong dedication to driving a future of exceptional health and safety within the workplace, a leading manufacturer of high quality workwear and personal protective equipment is making engineering its next mission.

The award-winning British manufacturer, Wearwell, which has providing workwear to the food, construction, transport, and logistics industries since 1939, will exhibit to key leaders at The Manufacturing Technologies Association’s MACH 2020 conference.

While Wearwell already boasts significant experience in manufacturing for the engineering sector, offering a comprehensive range of boilersuits, arc flash clothing, and industrial jackets, the new venture is expected to see the PPE giant introduce a new direct-to-user channel, offering bespoke workwear directly to organisations who are striving to create safer workplaces. To date, Wearwell’s engineering garments have largely been supplied through lease and laundry contracts. Through the appearance at MACH 2020, Wearwell plans to connect and raise brand awareness while building new relationships.

“Today, I am pleased to announce that Wearwell will be exhibiting at the MACH 2020 show. We are very much looking forward to showcasing our range of engineering-specific workwear aimed at protecting workers in this vital sector,” says Wearwell’s Marketing and Product Development Director, Ross Gard.

“This marks the first time we have exhibited at MACH 2020. When we look at the success of MACH 2018, where it was reported that 95% of exhibitors generated new leads and 80% raised their profile within new and existing sectors, we’re confident that this will be a positive step forward for Wearwell, and a great way to bring high quality workwear to more industries.”

MACH 2020 is the UK’s biggest manufacturing conference, with more than 600 exhibitors and around 25,000 visitors expected to attend the 5-day event. MACH 2020 has been chosen by Wearwell for the opportunities that it presents to connect with engineers, buyers, and key decision makers, and to learn more about the exciting changes that are taking place within the industry including new technologies, equipment, services and processes.

The event will be held at the NEC, Birmingham, between 20 – 24 April 2020. Wearwell can be found at stand 6-855, near to the Aluminium Pavilion zone in Hall 6.

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