Workwear is usually designed for direct work and must therefore be durable and hard-wearing. Such garments require the use of tear-resistant materials to protect the wearer from cuts or abrasions in the workplace. Workwear fabrics undergo extensive washing, ironing, seam durability, pilling and tensile strength tests to ensure they meet your challenges.
In industries where employees are required to wear workwear, it is the employer's responsibility to provide such clothing. The employer usually also puts his company logo on it. Workwear marked with the company's logo or graphics has become almost a standard that perfectly builds the company's image, identifies the employee with the company and is an inseparable element of the company's presentation outside.