Safety Magazine becomes part of Arsutoria Studio publishing project
The world of safety in the footwear industry acquires, in Arsutoria Studio, its own distinct identity. Technology, design and innovation remain the main contents of our information proposal but take new forms, becoming part of Arsutoria Magazine.Read the newest content
The international security trade fair is scheduled in Düsseldorf for Oct. 24-27, 2023.Read
The Italian brand focuses on women's well-being by designing a shoe dedicated to the female world not only from a stylistic point of view, but also from a physiological and biomechanical point of view.Read
Piedmont-based company is a world leading manufacturer of safety shoes and workwearRead
A collection of proposals that contain a certified and significant percentage of by-product. Among the novelties are Eco&Green removable insoles.Read
The two companies have developed a practical patching system to fix punctures and tears that allows them to extend the life of PPE.Read
The Tuscan company has created an innovative 3D fabric that maintains the footwear's ability to dissipate static electricity over time.Read
New lining items that offer high strength and greater comfort.Read
The renewal process continues at FAV, which after decades of innovative proposals still believes in the importance of taking care of every detail in order to provide the industry with increasingly high-performance machines.Read
ESS+ powered by SICUR will be held from August 16 to 18, 2023 in the Colombian capitalRead
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Safety, today, is undoubtedly a healthy sector, as was also seen at Expoprotection 2022, the last major trade fair in the sector held last November in Paris, which attracted thousands of operators interested in discovering the latest in the sector, confirming a certain ferment in the international market.
In terms of market offerings, we must recognize that manufacturers’ efforts are increasingly directed toward the search for greater user comfort, as well as, of course, compliance with regulatory standards for different work situations. In this sense, market demand has long focused on greater lightness of the finished shoe.
The focus on workspace safety is growing more and more and so is the global industrial safety footwear market (+2,5% for the next eight years).
The use of recycled and bio-based materials is growing, while research focuses on lightness and comfort.