Unisync Corp. is a British Columbia corporation and reporting issuer in British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba and Ontario. Unisync’s voting Common Shares are listed and posted for trading on the TSX Exchange (since graduating from the TSXV on January 14, 2019) under the symbol “UNI”.
Unisync Corp. and its subsidiaries are hereinafter referred to collectively as “Unisync” or the “Company”.
Unisync operates through two business segments:
- Peerless Garments LP (“Peerless”) of Winnipeg, Manitoba and Unisync Group Limited (“UGL”) of Mississauga, Ontario. Peerless specializes in the production and distribution of highly technical protective garments, military operational clothing and accessories for a broad spectrum of Federal, Provincial and Municipal government departments and agencies.
- Unisync Group Limited is a leading customer-focused provider of corporate apparel, serving a list of leading iconic brands such as Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, WestJet, Purolator, Shoppers Drug Mart, Sobeys and Tim Hortons.
- In October 2018, Unisync acquired Utility Garments Inc. (“Utility”) of Saint-Laurent, Quebec and in January 2019, the hospitality division assets of Red the Uniform Tailor (“RTUT”) of Lakewood, New Jersey(since re-located to Farmingdale, New Jersey). Utility is a designer, manufacturer and distributor of uniforms and career apparel to customers in Quebec and to national accounts across Canada.
- RTUT is a designer, manufacturer and distributor of uniforms and related apparel to hospitality industry customers in the United States.
- In early 2019 UGL opened a new 45,000 square foot distribution and service facility in Henderson, Nevada, which is in the process of distributing new uniforms to the approximately 19,000 employees of Alaska Airlines.
Unisync is now a vertically integrated North American enterprise with exceptional capabilities in garment design, domestic manufacturing and offshore outsourcing, combined with state-of-the-art web based B2B ordering, distribution and program management systems.
Unisync is one of the largest broadly based Canadian uniform providers. The business strategy is to market the combined manufacturing and distribution capabilities of Unisync to secure additional accounts in the Canadian and North American government and corporate sectors. In addition, the Company will continue to pursue complimentary revenue producing business acquisition opportunities as they present themselves.