Snickers Workwear launches a brand new Service Line with just the right functionality for professionals in the service industry. The new collection is characterised by contemporary design combined with amazing fit and comfort. Every garment is also specifically designed to facilitate company profiling.

New Service Line with AMAZING FIT AND contemporary design.

Snickers Workwear’s new line is developed for professionals working within the service industry - ranging from transport, distribution and maintenance to assembly, light industry and facility management.

The garments are made of durable and dirt-repellent yet soft and stretchy easy-care fabric for superior long-lasting comfort. They retain stretch, shape and colour over the long term and combines contemporary design for amazing fit and comfort.

- We know what it takes for our customers to get the job done and how important it is to make a good impression in the service industry. With that in mind, we have developed the new Service Line that features a modern cut for a perfect fit and has the right functionality to facilitate their work, says Jenny Falk, Project Manager at Snickers Workwear.

One of the benefits with Snickers Workwear’s Service Line, is that the garments are easy to profile, which is extremely important within the service industry. Snickers Workwear offers a complete range of company profiling services, such as personalised packaging, heat-sealing and customised embroidery.

With personalised packaging everyone receives their garments in a package labelled with their name. This facilitates customer’s internal distribution and guarantees that everybody gets the right garments and the right size.

- We believe that profiled workwear, combined with a professional job, doubles the impact of a company’s impression. With our new Service Line, our customers can deliver top-quality service that their customers will remember, says Jenny Falk.

Snickers Workwear’s new Service Line includes:

All garments are available at selected retailers during spring 2015.

Published 15 March 2015.

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