Safety should never be an afterthought — no matter the industry or the nature of the occupation. Having a vision to become Indonesia’s state-of-the-art personal protective equipment provider, UGO Safety’s motto is “Safety is Everything. Anytime. Anywhere.”
The brand is committed to delivering unique safety solutions for the most unique of businesses. Moreover, UGO Safety, although launched in 2019, is backed by decades of expertise. Its parent company, Ekasurya Inout Indonesia, has been one of the country’s leading distributors of globally recognized brands for over 20 years.
“UGO Safety products are showing promising growth today. While we’ve established strong collaborations with Japanese brands, we’re also enthusiastic about showcasing the remarkable growth of the UGO brand, while likewise proudly offering other new brands in our portfolio,” Director of Ekasurya Martin Candra shared.
From fall protection, respirators, gloves, welding helmets and safety shoes to earplugs, hairnets and more, UGO Safety has industries covered.
Candra said: “Our business is on an upward trajectory, particularly in the realm of personal protective equipment. Where virtually all industries require these vital products, we remain dedicated to creating solutions tailored to various sectors’ unique needs. Our relentless pursuit of excellence extends to the development of our product range, with a focus on strengthening our own brand, and expands into new territories and segments over the next year.”
In 2024, the UGO brand will gear up to introduce two exciting products: UGO Tape and UGO Clean. In the case of UGO Clean, a diverse lineup of cleaning solutions will be available to cater to the specific needs of the hotel industry, with a special focus on Bali.
“Over the last two decades, we’ve gained invaluable insights into our customers’ requirements. This knowledge has been the driving force behind the inception of the UGO brand — a brand that aims to bridge the gaps left unaddressed by others. Our commitment to expansion remains unwavering,” Candra concluded.