A quick update on the new products recently released by manufacturers, including new polos from Cutter & Buck, jackets and sweaters from Edwards, and more!
The Daily Record named Elise Elfman one of Maryland’s 2023 Most Admired CEOs at an awards ceremony on November 9 at the Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport.
The idea of an employee uniform store isn’t just about a digital catalogue where your team can pick out their workwear. It’s a robust system that can simplify your uniform ordering and distribution, offering both the employer and the employee multiple benefits. A well-built system improves employee satisfaction, removes the need to manage inventory, controls distribution, and saves valuable resources for your organization.
On the surface, selecting specific uniform items and determining how to allocate these to your employees may appear simple. While this seems like an effective method for promoting brand identity and ensuring a standard appearance, it's essential to consider the human...
These awards recognize organizations that exemplify outstanding ethical practices and demonstrate an unwavering commitment to integrity in their operations. Unitec Distribution Systems was named a Finalist for the 2023 Torch Awards for Ethics.
the state of the uniform industry in 2023 reflects a dynamic landscape marked by technological advancements, increasing emphasis on sustainability and employee well-being, and evolving consumer preferences.
The uniform industry has been witnessing significant transformations in recent years, driven by changing consumer preferences, technological advancements, and a growing focus on sustainability and ethical practices.
The future of the uniform industry is poised to be dynamic and transformative, driven by a combination of technological advancements, changing consumer expectations, and the increasing focus on sustainability and ethical practices. Several key trends are likely to shape the future of workwear and uniform designs, revolutionizing how businesses outfit their employees for the modern workplace.
As we pass the halfway point of 2023, it’s important to reflect on the current challenges facing the workwear uniform industry and discuss the implications for our industry’s future. Technological advancements are rapidly transforming the landscape, offering both opportunities and hurdles for uniform manufacturers.
The uniform industry boasts an array of prominent brands, each playing a crucial role in outfitting employees with durable, functional, and stylish workwear. From Berne’s rugged workwear for demanding job conditions to Nike’s performance-oriented clothing for active professionals, there is a uniform solution tailored to every industry and profession.
Whether you are just starting the process of outsourcing your uniform program management or have been working with a corporate uniform supplier for some time, there are a variety of things you can do to improve the effectiveness of your relationship.
An employee uniform distributor is an organization capable of handling all aspects of uniform sourcing, budgeting, and distribution on behalf of a corporation. Commonly referred to as a managed uniform provider, the primary responsibility of a corporate uniform supplier is to ensure that organizations have access to order high-quality, appropriate, and branded uniforms for their employees.
Finding the best company for uniform distribution depends on the needs of your organization, including your industry, number of uniformed employees, and the requirements of your uniform program. We’ve broken down some of the key factors to consider when outsourcing your employee uniform distribution in this article.
Custom work shirts are an excellent solution for companies that want to outfit their employees with uniform apparel designed for manual or physical work. Similar to dress shirts that are typically worn in an office setting, these heavy-duty uniform shirts are specifically developed for and used in industrial workplace settings.
Figuring out how to structure your uniform program can be challenging. Different employees have various requirements based on criteria such as their position, location, tenure, employment status, job function and safety requirements. With countless ways available to customize your uniform program, it’s important to think through your options with budget, safety, and employee satisfaction in mind.
We Take You Out of the Uniform Business!
Unitec Distribution Systems takes the headaches out of managing your uniform purchases and distribution. The magic of Unitec Distribution Systems is the combination of our proprietary uniform management software, The Proximity System™, and our dedicated account managers. Together, we’re able to streamline uniform distribution while improving morale and reducing waste.
Unitec is a certified women-owned small business.