Carhartt in Dearborn Launches Line of Clothing Geared to the Uniformed Associate Market
Carhartt Company Gear offers a variety of workwear options for industrial trades including the construction industry.
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Carhartt in Dearborn, which has been providing workwear since 1889, today announced the launch of its Carhartt Company Gear that offers businesses a new line of rugged and durable products. In addition, various trades and business sectors will have access to the retailer’s new “Rugged Professional Series” that offers uniformed associates a sharp and professional appearance.
“With the launch of Carhartt Company Gear, our brand now offers one of the most comprehensive and innovative workwear solutions in the marketplace,” says Andi Donovan, senior vice president of Carhartt Company Gear. “The reorganization of our service program will allow Carhartt to accommodate customers’ workwear demands whether they need pants for a crew of 20 or need to outfit an entire operation.”
To service customers in search of customized workwear programs, Carhartt expanded its consumer collection of industrial products to fit the uniform needs of businesses. With the launch, the brand also introduced its new Rugged Professional Series.
The product collection comes in nine styles and features Rugged Flex and Stain Breaker technologies, along with wrinkle resistance, and colorfastness to maintain a professional look after dozens of washes.
The Rugged Professional Series includes button-up shirts, work pants and shorts, and a baseball cap, and will be offered alongside several other styles that will be available in an array of sizes to accommodate both men and women.
Carhartt Company Gear also will include products under every category of industry and specialty from standard uniforms to more specific clothing requirements, such as flame resistant and high visibility gear designed to comply with federal and state employee safety standards.
Carhartt, which was founded in Detroit by Hamilton Carhartt, has more than 5,400 employees around the world.