By Company Clothing | 4 February 2000
The chips are still stacked in favour of company clothing. The image has evolved over the years and now encompasses formal, semi formal and downright leisure wear as well as the protective and uniform sectors. The stringent performance criteria always demanded by corporatewear results in quality make, which is one reason why British manufacturing is still strong on the scene. Here is a run-down of some new developments and projects that are going on in this field.
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