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Torika Tokalau
Friday, December 07, 2012

FOR over a decade now, people in different areas of activity, airports, chemical industry, construction business, defence services, heavy engineering, hotel, mining or railways have relied on Warrior brand all terrain professional gear, made to euro safety norms (en-345) for ensuring they go about their business with absolute safety and confidence.

The faith is well placed because Warrior is brought to you by Liberty Footwear. The company recognised that Warrior was deemed the most trusted footwear brand in India and among the top five manufacturers of the world.

Produced using human-tech that symbolises the perfect synergy between creativity and workmanship.

Tested and certified by PFI parmesans of Germany and approved by footwear design and development institute and government of India.

The Warrior sets the highest standard of safety, durability and resistance to water, heat, acid, static electricity and abrasions, making it perfect for any challenging environment.

Some of the companies which are using Warrior safety Fiji wide include; Nausori Town Council, J.N Moti Builders, P.W.D, Ministry of Agriculture, Narseys Plastics, Humes Industries, Standard Concrete, Telesource Fiji Ltd.

Other comapnies include the Fiji Industries, Vatukoula Gold Mines, Mineral Resources, Post Fiji, Pearl Resort, Patterson Brothers, Delta Timbers, Sun Bright Ltd, Housing Authority, Savusavu Town Council, Pinto Industries, Victoria Apartments, Ministry of Lands and the list goes on and on.

Liberty Footwear would be more than happy to include your company in their list.





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