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New Eco-Friendly Footwear Brand Coming Soon

January 2023

At PWS, we monitor environmental sustainability throughout our supply chain, aiming to deliver on sustainability and high-quality products. Therefore, we are excited to announce that a brand-new range of eco-friendly footwear is coming soon exclusively to PWS.

We’ve been working closely with a soon-to-be-launched new brand on their development of sustainably focused safety footwear that aims to keep you safe whilst minimising its impact on the environment. PWS initiated this collaboration as a direct reponse to our customers’ request for more eco-friendly footwear options. With several styles of safety footwear to suit any work environment, this launch is one you won’t want to miss!

This innovative new brand will be launching later this year, so make sure to keep your eyes peeled for news, updates and giveaways over the coming months. To find out more about PWS’s sustainability mission, or to get in touch with us about upcoming product ranges, click the links below.

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