Mullion and Ursuit join forces at Skipper Expo Galway
Mullion, the market specialist in floatation suits and life jackets, will participate at the eleventh Skipper Expo, Galway Bay Hotel. March 3rd & 4th. Stand 20.
This is the first of 3 Skipper Expos in 2017, with Aberdeen and Bristol to follow later in the year. Once again presenting an innovative range of protective clothing for fishermen and industry related companies. Mullion has been a key participant at all the Skipper Expo’s since the very beginning. This is the perfect occasion to meet fisherman and all those involved in the fishing industry.
This year we will showcase some innovative designs of our new dry suits range, manufactured and branded by our sister company Ursuit. In addition to the traditional Mullion range, which is popular throughout the commercial fishing industry in UK & Ireland.
Safety of lives at sea has always been the key concern of Mullion Survival Technology. Durability, staying dry, safety and comfort are still key factors in the protective clothing choice of professional seamen and commercial fishermen. Our goal is to offer the best quality foul weather protection for their extreme working environment.
One of the most important advantages Mullion offers is the accumulated expertise on both fabrics and production. As part of Sioen, a world leading textile group, with more than 110 years of textile experience, producing protective clothing that is both waterproof and breathable using both hydrophilic and microporous technology. Our state-of-the-art production guarantees that both Mullion and Sioen style garments offers the best in comfort and performance in all outdoor working situations.
Mullion is a producer of Marine Safety and Personal Floatation Devices that are designed to protect lives in some of the harshest and unforgiving environments. Our Lifejackets, Floatation and Immersion suits combine comfort and durability with technical safety and protection.
Visit Mullion Stand 20 at Galway Bay Hotel for the Skipper Expo, on March 3rd and 4th