We’re moving into day 2 of Utilities Week Live 2015… and its been a busy week already at stand E72 and were looking forward to more of the same! Monday saw us head down the motorway to put our great new stand in position, ahead of another busy but exciting day yesterday.
We have been overwhelmed by the steady flow of interest in our diverse range of bespoke bags (fingers crossed days 2 and 3 continue like that!). We’ve attended the show with a range of stowage, line bags and rucksacks. As our range is generally made to client specification it was challenging to determine the best examples of what we do to show you.
Director Paul Noble commented, having spent yesterday on the stand “As it’s our first time here at Utilities Week Live we were a little unsure what to expect, but so far we have been very impressed with the show, stand and visitors. Really enjoyable show so far and I’m hoping today is just as encouraging”
We also have a little show competition running, simply guess how many rubber ducks are in the perspex pipe on the stand, get it right and win a bottle of fizz! Sound easy? Well I’ll tell you it took a while to count them all!
Proflight are at the NEC event until Thursday 23rd April, we are hopeful to meet and discuss more potential bag solutions in the next couple of days. We would like to say thank you to the show organisers and good luck to all of you kind enough to spend a little time chatting to us and entering our competition.
Proflight Bags are pleased to announce our attendance at Utilities Week Live later this year. It will be our first time at the show and we are hopeful to discover some new exciting opportunities. We will be exhibiting from stand E72 on the 21st-23rd of April – only a couple of month to go already!
Proflight bags will continue to be a passionate supplier of bags to the emergency services. However, we want to expand our desire for lifesaving bags, keen to make any high risk task or equipment management as safe and secure as possible. Hence we found ourselves exploring solutions within the utilities sector.
Workers in some of these industries don’t often get the respect they deserve in managing and ensuring we all have heat, light and water. We are hoping to be given the opportunity to show what Proflight can do and how we can limit risk and encourage easier, safer working through bespoke solutions.
Currently we have small involvements within the market with our high voltage rescue kit. The kit holds various items which help in high and low voltage rescue. The bag hangs on D-rings and is easily unzipped to reveal pockets for each assigned item.
We also manufacture a bespoke carry bag which was designed specifically for sensitive gas pipe work inspection camera equipment. The bag is strong and primarily protective. Thick foam surrounds the equipment and a stiffened base ensures a highly supportive bag.
Proflight is hopeful we will find more situations which require innovative and specialist work with the final objective of ensuring employees have the perfect equipment to help in potentially dangerous or hazardous work. If you have the opportunity to attend the NEC for the show, please do come and find out more… We’re sure to have a competition on too!