Contego and Swansea Council extend partnership

Leading PPE and workwear supplier, Contego Safety Solutions, have extended their partnership to supply and deliver corporate and protective clothing to Swansea Council.

It will be the third year running that Contego have worked with Swansea Council to fulfil the safety clothing requirements of several of their departments including building services, the waste and parks departments, and highways and transportation.

“I’m thrilled to be continuing our relationship with Swansea Council,” said Nick Reay, Head of Sales at Contego. “It’s testament to the commitment of our team who work with our clients to provide them with the highest standards of safety clothing. Together, we keep their employees and contractors comfortable, confident and protected. We’re looking forward to continuing to help Swansea Council meet these challenges.”

The new agreement is set to run until 2026.

Contego Safety Solutions is a major product developer, stockist and distributor of PPE, workwear, safety clothing and equipment. Since forming in 1995, it has worked with thousands of businesses across a range of sectors – from logistics and waste management to utilities and construction – to equip their workforce with the solutions they need to succeed.

For further information please contact Nick Reay at Contego:
nick.reay@contegosafety.co.uk
0800 122 3323

Published on 11 April 2024

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