CutPRO® Cut Protection Clothing Is Exhibiting At ‘Glasstec 2020’
Written by: Robert Kaiser
We have made the decision to exhibit our truly exceptional cut protection clothing product range at next year’s glasstec2020, the world’s leading and most recognized exhibition and conference in the global glass industry.
Not far of 1,300 Exhibitors from 50 countries from around the globe are going to take part at the glasstec2020 from 20 – 23 October 2020 in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Exhibitors will present their latest innovations within the glass industry and personal protective equipment, and Expert Speakers will discuss some crucial topics with the audience.
We believe there is simply no better event for us to present and highlight our range of potentially lifesaving cut protection clothing.
CutPRO® Cut Protection Clothing has been consulting many Health & Safety Professionals of some of the world’s most established and respected glass producing and processing firms.
Now it’s time to intensify our global marketing efforts and highlight our innovative brand to a global and wider audience. The glasstec2020 is offering us the best prospects and choices.
The CutPRO® Cut Protection Clothing range is being produced within the EU. The entire production is conforming with the recently updated ISO 9001:2016 quality control standard to ensure all products are being manufactured to the best possible standard.
CutPRO® Cut Protection Clothing is offering the highest levels of cut protection. All products have been examined and accredited to all relevant European (EN 388:2016), American (ANSI/ISEA 2016) and International (ISO 13997) industry related standards.
All garments are fully CE marked (Cat II PPE). This is crucial, as it means all garments comply entirely with all European laws, rules and regulations. For us it is a clear fact that all PPE must be CE certified, regardless what other producers of cut resistant clothing wish to claim:
Due to all recent changes of all European legal requirements, rules and regulations, CutPRO® Protection Clothing has seen a dramatic increase in inquires for their product range.
We seem to be a breath of fresh air to all glass producing and processing facilities. It has become quite transparent that too many producers of cut resistant clothing still tend to cut corners in order to protect profit margins. Maybe it is because they wish to protect their high profit margins, maybe the safety of workers isn’t their priority or maybe it is simply a lack of knowledge at their end. It is almost irrelevant… because it is still wrong on so many levels.
A rather informative article on this subject matter can be viewed online: www.cut-pro.com/blog/post/how-cut-resistant-clothing-suppliers-europe-keep-cutting-corners