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Bensons Workwear was created in 2012 by Fashion Designer, Mr. Beni Moussa, in attempt to revitalise a dying trade in Ireland. Bensons swiftly made a name for its designing and manufacturing of Sportswear, Schoolwear and Workwear for industries across Ireland, France, and the UK. Bensons has a colourful and ever expanding range of clothing including a bespoke section that deals with private labels within our customised manufacturing section. We create private company labels facilitating companies with establishing their very own brand.

When the Pandemic hit, Bensons Workwear diversified its product offering to manufacture high quality Medical Garments for the Health Service Executive. We immediately halted production of our regular stock and instead focused all our efforts on making Surgical Gowns and Scrubs for the HSE. At the height of the pandemic, we worked day and night to accelerate our production to support frontline workers in every way we could. The company has since employed and trained even more seamstresses due to demand. We sourced all our fabrics from a local Irish Manufacturer and the minute we received approval from the HSE for our Gowns and Fabrics we started producing large quantities — we went from production capacity of 400 Gowns per day to exceeding 3,000 units daily. As a team at Bensons, we put all our focus on developing high-quality medical garments and are proud to say that we have become the first manufacturer in Ireland to receive CE Certification. We were also accredited with ISO 9001 : 2015 quality system certification in 2020.


We haven’t stopped since this all began. The pandemic has made us focus on what we do best and has really shown us the ability of the individuals when coming together to serve the community. This has helped us build a strong team that shares the same vision to teach the skill to all ages across Ireland and bring back the textile industry into this country. In recent years, we were taught how to import goods instead of producing them ourselves, we now feel it is important as a country that we become more self-sufficient and go back to making our own clothing — importing should be our last resort and local manufacturing should be prioritized

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