Australian clothing company Eleven Workwear opens its doors

New local workwear brand launches with three major foundation clients in tow

 Australian clothing company Eleven Workwear opens its doors
Eleven Workwear launches in Australia


New workwear brand Eleven Workwear has launched in Australia with a range of clothing for foundation clients Asciano, Linfox Australia and DP World Australia.

Opening its online store in April, the local company’s offerings are designed by Leigh Eam, who has worked at King Gee and Hard Yakka for the last 15 years, and it claims to provide "more protection, comfort, style and value than what is currently available."

According to the workwear company, inbuilt sun shield collars, fabrics with mechanical stretch and crotch gussets are standard.

Its range covers men and women; accessories from eyewear to belts; and tailored uniforms.

Alongside Australia’s biggest privately owned logistics company Linfox Australia, Eleven Workwear says it beat seven other tenders to provide DP World Australia’s 1,800 staff with appropriate clothing and is supplying Asciano’s 8,000 person workforce.

"We are humbled by the strong reception and support the new Eleven Workwear range has received from the market so far," Eam says.

Eleven Workwear says pricing starts at $19.95 for the Short Sleeve Hi-Vis Micromesh Spliced Polo shirt to $69.38 for E1700 Drill Work overalls.

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