The Miguel Caballero bulletproof clothing line was especially created for those who need protection in their lives. His innovative designs consist of hybrid materials that are integrated into the manufacturing process of the armored product. The result is a design that offers his clients a clothing option that can still be worn with a sense of comfort, style and added security. From executive bulletproof fashion apparel, vests, and motorcycle wear to security, military, rescue and structural requirement the highest protection standards are provided.
Customers can choose from low, medium and high protection levels. The low level protects from short range weaponry such as hand-guns and revolvers. The medium level protects against sub machine guns such as mini Uzis. And the high level protects against high powered assault rifles and machine guns like the MP5.
The ninth edition of Techtextil North America (now incorporating ATME-I), the only trade show in the Americas dedicated to technical textiles and nonwovens, will be held April 24-26, 2012 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia. The 2012 show will be co-located with the first edition of Texprocess Americas.
Caballero will talk about where the idea for his company came from, how it grew to become recognized as a "specialized brand name" and leader in personal protection solutions using high technology innovation, where he sees the industry heading, who his clients are and why they are attracted to his company.
The keynote address will take place Tuesday, April 24th from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. as the kickoff to the 2012 Techtextil North America and Texprocess Americas events. The keynote address is open and complimentary to all registered 2012 attendees and exhibitors.