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Peerless Garments wins deal to supply battle field apparel to Canadian Armed Forces

The contract consists of a firm $6 million for the delivery of 18,000 jackets and 38,760 trousers to the Canadian Forces


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Canadian Brigade Group 33 trek with their snowshoes and kit  during winter training. PHOTO: MCpl Tanya Tobin © 2011 DND-MDN Canada

Canadian Brigade Group 33 trek with their snowshoes and kit during winter training. PHOTO: MCpl Tanya Tobin © 2011 DND-MDN Canada

VANCOUVER—Winnipeg-based Peerless Garments LP, a division of specialty apparel maker Unisync Corp., has been awarded an $18.2 million order for enhanced combat uniforms from Public Works and Government Services Canada.

The contract consists of a firm $6 million for the delivery of 18,000 jackets and 38,760 trousers to the Canadian Forces, and two options for similar quantities having a combined maximum value of $12.2 million set for the third and fourth years of the deal.

Unisync said in a press release the highly sophisticated garments are scientifically designed and adapted to serve the men and women of the Canadian Forces in combat.

This ECU contract is a follow-on to the New Enhanced Combat Uniform contract awarded to Peerless in 2012. Peerless has been a key supplier to the Canadian Forces since the early 1950s. The military operational clothing reduces detection through camouflage and concealment while ensuring that soldiers are kept warm, dry and comfortable when exposed to a variety of weather conditions.

Unisync Group, with operations in Vancouver, Winnipeg and Mississauga, Ont., makes corporate apparel as well as military and emergency services apparel.


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