Hungarian companies show at workplace safety, security fair in Dusseldorf

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Eight Hungarian makers of protective work clothing and security equipment exhibited at a joint stand at the A&A Safety, Security and Health at Work International Trade Fair in Dusseldorf on October 18-21, the Hungarian Investment and Trade Agency (HITA) told MTI on Friday.

Among the exhibitors at the stand were Innowear-Tex, which makes antibacterial workwear; Kötéltechnika, which makes nets and ropes; Villbek, a maker of electrical safety devices; DIWICON AURA, which makes personnel security cards; and Cason Engineering, which supplies products and technologies for wide area industrial systems.

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