PPSS announce global manufacturing of cut resistant fabric Cut-Tex PRO in UK'

Date: 30 September 2011
Source: PPSS Group
PRESS RELEASE 28th September 2011 PPSS announce global manufacturing of cut resistant fabric Cut-Tex® PRO in UK“Following intensive research, planning and preparation, the manufacturing of Cut-Tex® PRO cut resistant fabric has been moved from Pakistan to England” Robert Kaiser, CEO of PPSS Group states.

According to Robert Kaiser, these steps have been taken in order to guarantee the fabric’s excellent quality and highly respected performance levels.

Cut-Tex® PRO cut resistant fabric is offering ISO 13997:1999 blade cut resistance level 5, EN 388:2003 blade cut resistance level 5 and ASTM F-1790 level 4. Cut-Tex® PRO now offers even further improved blade cut resistance of 27.8 Newton, as well as extraordinary tear and abrasion resistance, making it the ideal fabric to manufacture protective clothing.

Police, prison, private security, mental health care professionals, and industries, such as glass handling and metal pressing are already benefiting from this great new fabric. The manufacturing will take place under stringent ISO 9001:2008 quality control management, at a central England based textile manufacturing plant, in order to cope with the increasing demands for such ultra high cut resistant fabric.

Cut-Tex® PRO cut resistant raw fabric is now available to specially licensed manufacturers around the world. PPSS Group welcomes any enquiries with immediate effect. “Being UK based and supporting this country’s economy in this difficult financial climate was another factor close to our hearts, and made us believe this was without a doubt the correct business decision”.

Cut-Tex® PRO is a registered trademark of UK based PPSS Group. Should you have any questions in reference to Cut-Tex® PRO please feel free to contact PPSS Group on +44 (0) 845 5193 95 email info@ppss-group.com or visit www.ppss-group.com --- PPSS Group is a UK based manufacturer of certified bullet proof vests, stab vests and the company behind Cut-Tex® PRO.

This groundbreaking fabric is one of the world’s strongest cut resistant fabrics and is now being used to manufacture cut resistant clothing for police, military, emergency services, prisons and private security professionals as well as glass handling and metal pressing industries all over the world. Robert Kaiser, CEO of PPSS Group is globally respected expert in body armour and known for his passion for personal protection and personal safety. He is frequently invited to speak in front of large audiences about the latest body armour developments within homeland security and domestic frontline services. He is acting as body armour consultant for a number of organisations, associations, unions and government departments.

600450 PPSS announce global manufacturing of cut resistant fabric Cut-Tex PRO in UK' glassonweb.com
Date: 30 September 2011
Source: PPSS Group

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