Unisync announces additional contracts for operational uniforms
Unisync announces a new four year contract to Peerless Garments covering the supply of up to $3.1 million in operational clothing liners to the RCMP.
TORONTO — Unisync Corp. operates through two business units: Unisync Group Limited and 90% owned Peerless Garments LP which has been manufacturing operational uniforms and accessories to Canada’s Armed Forces for over 50 years.
In addition to the $7.4 million in contract awards announced in the Fall of 2020, Unisync announces a new four year contract to Peerless Garments covering the supply of up to $3.1 million in operational clothing liners to the RCMP. The contract is for firm quantities totalling $1.5 million and an additional $1.6 million exercisable at the option of the RCMP over the remaining three years. Unisync also advises that the Department of National Defense has exercised another $1 million option for the supply of duffel bags.
The Unisync UGL business unit continues to grow with the recent award of a four year managed services contract to supply the City of Saskatchewan transit, fire and police employees with their operational clothing and accessories.
Notwithstanding the effect that Covid-19 has had on their hospitality and transportation clients and the resulting temporary affect that this has had on their top-line revenues, Unisync continues to pivot to PPE products as well and hope to build their base of long-term contracted business and broaden their product lines.