Unifirst Holdings L P

By: Bubbajunk.com

UniFirst Hildings Lp is one of North America's largest work wear and textile services companies. The company rent, leases, and sells uniforms, protective apparel, career wear, floor care, and other facility services products to all kinds of businesses. UniFirst's Corporate Mission is to be recognized as the quality leader in the industry. Their careful focus on serving each Customer's special needs and providing total satisfaction enables them to grow, to provide an equitable return on investment, and to create opportunities for their team partners.

The company serves over 195,000 customer locations from sites in the United States, Canada, and Europe. In addition, they operate nuclear decontamination facilities, cleanroom laundry operations, first aid service locations, product distribution centers, and garment manufacturing plants. From its modest beginnings in an eight-stall garage in Boston in 1936, UniFirst Corporation has become an industry leader and one of the fastest growing companies in the 8 billion dollar Uniform Services business.

The Company has its stock traded on the New York Stock Exchange and operates 170 facilities and employs more than 9,000 Team Partners. Its business is the Rental, Lease and Sale of work clothing, uniforms, protective apparel, career wears, and facility services products to businesses in virtually all-industrial categories.  

From factory coveralls, to lab coats, to foodservice smocks, UniFirst's Industrial Wear line offers apparel for workers in virtually every occupation. Beyond a complete selection of primary garments, cover-ups, and outerwear, UniFirst also provides accessory items like gloves, hats, footwear, and protective gear, making head-to-toe outfitting more than just a marketing slogan. Most of the line's apparel items boast of the Industrial Laundry Safe seal, meaning they are ideally constructed to hold up to UniFirst's rigorous industrial laundry process. Compared to home laundering they use stronger detergents, longer agitation cycles, and higher temperatures to get even hard-use clothing there the cleanest.