THE EPIC ADVANTAGE

Where Fit, Finish, and Performance come together for your protection.

OUR ETHOS
We strive for customer loyalty and satisfaction by exceeding your expectations. We are committed to the pursuit of excellence and we build relationships based on trust, honesty and integrity.

DISTRIBUTION NETWORK
With a global warehouse network, we offer unique inventory programs that save you time. We control our own manufacturing and logistics, meaning your products aren’t on backorder.

TAILORED OFFERINGS
No matter what your needs, EPIC can deliver everything from standard gear to personalized embroidery and screen printing.

INDUSTRY KNOWLEDGE
Serving petrochemical, marine, utility, transportation and general industry markets to meet your specific regulatory requirements.

WHY EPIC UNLIMITED?

FIT   Tailored for those individuals who work in the  harshest environments

FINISH   Lighter weight & higher quality, using inherents and modern finishing techniques

PERFORMANCE   Allowing you to be at your best when conditions are at their worst.

Houston Texas Epic Unlimited FR custom clothing and uniforms

INDUSTRIES WE SERVE

Oil and Gas
Marine
Utilities
Chemical
Transportation
and more

OUR CLIENTS

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Epic Unlimited Houston FR uniform customer
Epic Unlimited Houston FR uniform customer
Epic Unlimited Houston FR uniform customer

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California’s recent power blackout episode triggered the strongest sales ever for BoxPower Inc., the maker of a turnkey solar power and battery unit in a box.

The Grass Valley company builds self-contained and automated solar power systems out of shipping containers or on shipping pallets.

Co-founder Anderson Barkow said last week, as Pacific Gas & Electric Co. shut off power to 734,000 homes and businesses in 35 California counties, BoxPower saw its “busiest week in terms of inquiries ever.”

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PG&E rejects San Francisco’s offer to buy utility’s wires in the city

PG&E rejected San Francisco’s offer to buy the bankrupt utility’s wires within the city for $2.5 billion, saying the deal undervalues the company’s assets.

“We cannot accept your offer,” PG&E CEO Bill Johnson said in an Oct. 7 letter to San Francisco Mayor London Breed. “If we ever do consider such sales, we have a duty to obtain the highest and best value for these assets.”

PG&E provided a litany or reasons for why the purchase offer is a bad deal in the letter that starting getting…

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