Ballyclare Limited News

Ballyclare Ltd. confirms manufacturing process conforms to Article 11B of new PPE Directive

Ballyclare is well placed to meet the requirements of the regulatory changes that will come into force in April 2018 Workwear garment manufacturer Ballyclare Limited has confirmed the process used to manufacture life-saving workwear supplied to the fire, rail, general industrial and oil and gas sectors is accredited to Article 11B of the PPE Directive. This ensures Ballyclare is already well placed to meet the requirements of the regulatory changes covering complex PPE garmen...

Ballyclare displays new range of Pionér and Xenon fire garments at A+A 2017

Ballyclare will display Xenon fire garments range at A+A 2017 Europe’s leading trade exhibition covering safety, security and health at work gave specialist workwear manufacturer Ballyclare an excellent opportunity to highlight the breadth of its offering to these different sectors. At the A + A event in Dusseldorf. the company displayed examples of both its multi-norm and flame-retardant Pionér workwear, and its Xenon multi-layered and multifunctional fire garme...

Argentina bound fire engine named after Ballyclare Limited

The engine was being donated to a fire brigade in San Juan by the International Fire and Rescue Association (IFRA) Workwear and specialist protective clothing manufacturer Ballyclare Limited played host to a special ceremony recently, when a fire engine bound for Argentina was named in the company’s honour. The engine was being donated to a fire brigade in San Juan by the International Fire and Rescue Association (IFRA) - a charity to which Ballyclare has made numerous d...

Ballyclare launches new Xenon range of firefighter clothing

One of the key benefits of the Xenon range is the ‘free movement’ cut of the garments The new Xenon range from Ballyclare Limited offers a comprehensive collection of multi-layered and multi-purpose firefighter clothing which has been created as a result of the company’s flexible and dedicated approach to supporting this important market sector. “We know from listening to our customers their needs continue to evolve, and that manufacturers such as ours...

Ballyclare to exhibit fire garments and emergency services work wear at ESS 2016

On stand E71 Ballyclare will be showcasing their brand new Xenon range A new range of fire garments to launch, an outstanding range of emergency services work wear and a significantly increased stand size all promise to make Ballyclare Limited one of the highest profile exhibitors at this year’s Emergency Service Show in September. “The show is the premier event for the emergency services industry, and our increased presence this year reflects our firm commitment t...

Ballyclare sponsors young firefighters for their trip to national Hungarian fire cadet competition

The team members will take part in the sort of firefighting drills and relay challenges which they practice on a regular basis in Wednesbury A group of young fire-fighter cadets will be carrying the hopes of a UK work wear manufacturer with them when they take part in an international competition in Hungary. The 10-strong team from the Wednesbury Young Fire-fighters Association (YFA) have been sponsored by Stockport-based Ballyclare Limited for their trip to the city of Szomba...

Ballyclare announces new German operating company and key protective clothing specialist appointments

Ballyclare will provide industrial and protective workwear and waterproof/foul weather garments in the European market Leading industrial workwear specialist Ballyclare Limited has announced the creation of a new German operating company in a move that sees the Ballyclare name expand from its UK base out into the wider European market. Based in Northern Germany, Ballyclare will provide customers in the European market with access to a wide range of industrial and protective wo...

Ballyclare together with IFRA donates fire fighting kits to fire stations in Argentina

Ballyclare donates to help protect firefighters who often wear badly maintained kit, or no protective kit at all Ballyclare is always pleased to support the fire and rescue community. Over the year’s the company has donated protective clothing to charities and countries across the world to help protect firefighters who often wear badly maintained kit, or no protective kit at all. Charity with IFRA One charity Ballyclare work with is the International Fire and...

Ballyclare assists West Sussex FRS with charity cycle challenge

The challenge was undertaken to raise money for the Fire Fighters Charity and Operation Florian West Sussex FRS Chief Fire Officer Sean Ruth and Deputy Fire Officer Lee Neale recently undertook a charity cycle challenge visiting every fire station in the county over two days to raise as much money as possible for the Fire Fighters Charity and Operation Florian; two vital charities providing an invaluable source of help and support to firefighters, both at home and abroad. The...

Ballyclare acquires Lion firefighter business in the UK

The acquisition consolidates Ballyclare’s position as provider of firefighter protection in the UK Ballyclare Limited is pleased to announce that it has acquired the Lion firefighter business in the UK from the LHD Group. Ballyclare is owned by David Ross, the entrepreneur who made his name with the success of Carphone Warehouse. Speaking of Ballyclare’s latest move, Mr Ross said: “This is an important move for Ballyclare. It consolidates our position as a l...

Cosalt Workwear scoops Blue Light Award

Cosalt's Technical Rescue Suit has won a prestigious Blue Light award Technical Rescue Suit wins industry award At the prestigious Company Clothing Awards held at the Park Lane Hotel, London, Cosalt Workwear won the highly sought-after Blue Light Award for the Cosalt Technical Rescue Suit. The Blue Light Award recognises garment innovation that has contributed to the safety, comfort and protection of the exceptional individuals that make up our police, ambulance and...

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