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Harbor365 provides alternative to existing protective clothing

April 27, 2021

Saudi Gazette report

JEDDAH — Harbor365, a Singapore-based company, has been serving the Saudi Arabian market for the last two years. A brand of AIBA Singapore Pvt. Ltd. Harbor365 has the accessibility of the robust infrastructure of Hamed Al Qahtani Universal Markets Company (exclusive distributor for KSA).

The company has been able to address issues that have existed in the industry for years and has received an overwhelming response from its large customer base.

The demand for personal protective equipment (PPE) in Saudi Arabia looks promising as it is one of the prime regions in the Middle East. Factors such as the safety of the workers and creating awareness about the use of protective clothing have led to the demand for their products and equipment.

People working in the chemical, oil and gas, and manufacturing industries need utmost safety due to their hazardous work profile. This has largely pushed the demand for protective clothing in recent years. One of the major factors inhibiting the growth of PPE market in Saudi Arabia is the increasing demand for clothing made with advanced technology.

Harbor365 was conceived to provide a much-needed alternative to the already-existing dated protective clothing. The company is helping Saudi companies source modern, lifesaving FR protective garments faster with an end-to-end supply chain and a push-pull distribution system.

“Our brand has always focused on being customer-centric in an industry that still mostly works in conventional ways. Our products are made keeping in mind geographical and cultural differences, and hence, each of our garments is made locally after studying each and every climatic condition, workplace ergonomics and socio-cultural aspirations," Mikhail Bohra, marketing & brand manager at Harbor365 said in a statement.

Harbor365 products for end-users include: Chemical, electrical utilities, fire fighting, flash fire, high visibility, iron & steel, metallurgy, oil & gas, petrochemicals, polymer & plastics, railways, road construction, ship building & structural, weather and welding.


April 27, 2021
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