Contego secures new commercial relationship with Dreams

Leading PPE and workwear supplier, Contego Safety Solutions, has entered into partnership with Dreams – the UK’s most-loved bed retailer.

The new relationship will see Contego supply and deliver protective clothing and equipment across the logistics and manufacturing arms of the business.

“It’s really exciting to be working with such a prominent and trusted brand in Dreams,” said Nick Reay, Head of Sales at Contego. “We’re privileged to be tasked with the responsibility of keeping its workforce in the vital warehousing function safe and protected. Dreams is a household name synonymous with comfort and quality and it was clear there was a synergy with our enduring commitment to the highest levels of customer service.”

Contego will be providing a range of PPE and workwear solutions including footwear and other high endurance products taken from its exclusive WEARMASTER© range of clothing and safety equipment.

James Evans, Head of Distribution from Dreams said: “Having the best quality workwear for our colleagues is important to us, and it’s great to have Contego on board as our supplier. We are delighted to be partnering with Contego who impressed us with their tailored service, compliance and excellent quality.”

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 them with the solutions they need to succeed.

For further information please contact Nick Reay at Contego:

0800 122 3323

Published on 9 May 2024
Filed under  News • PPE and safety workwear suppliers • PPE news 


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