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Directa Plus wins second order from Italian workwear group

Directa Plus believes it is the largest order yet, anywhere, for graphene-enhanced textiles

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Grassi supplies safety-wear to the ltalian police and fire personnel

Directa Plus PLC (|LON:DCTA) has received a second big order for technical clothing incorporating its graphene enhancement G+ from Alfredo Grassi.

The order is worth €700,000 and will be delivered this financial year.

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Alfredo Grassi is one of Italy’s largest workwear suppliers and Directa Plus believes it is the largest order yet, anywhere, for graphene-enhanced textiles.

In Italy alone, there are 250,000 law enforcement, fire and safety and military personnel, whose clothing needs to be renewed every three years, Directa added.

Giulio Cesareo, chief executive said G+ is a truly revolutionary additive product for textiles.

"It is chemical free, providing significant benefits in terms of thermal regulation, heat dissipation and energy harvesting, as well as conferring antistatic, bacteriostatic and flame-retardant properties."

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