Toronto, ON. August 6, 2020: Unisync Corp. (TSX: “UNI”) (“Unisync“) is pleased to announce the launch of its new eCommerce venture targeting the Outdoor, Tactical and Lifestyle product markets across the USA and Canada. Building on its existing public safety division and experience as a major military supplier, Matthew Graham, Unisync’s CEO, describes the Tactical Gear Experts division (“TGE”) of their broader business “ …as a natural expansionary step utilizing Unisync’s existing core competencies and expertise to allow us to offer a broader range of products to a fast-growing segment of the market that demands the very best tactical gear”.
The TGE website will provide consumers with a broad selection of the very best Tactical and Outdoor equipment shipped across Canada and the USA. TGE provides both B2C and B2B customers access to the most sought after tactical and lifestyle brands in the world, including 5:11, Safariland, Under Armour, Camelbak and Original Swat, to name a few. Consumers will benefit from competitive pricing, expedited delivery and a broad selection of Tier One brands.
The focus of the site will be on the addressable CAD$200 million professional market, across the following sectors:
“We understand that these professional agencies need to be cost conscious with their limited budgets, which is why we offer special discounts to all agencies, departments, teams and units that require multiple items of any of our great products” said Graham.
In addition to the professional sectors, the outdoor and recreational market will also be a focus. The EveryDay Carry (EDC) market segment will provide a significant opportunity for the Unisync Tactical business, as it caters to a broader portion of the total population and intersects with numerous other consumer groups outside the core traditional tactical market. This segment typically contains the hunting and outdoor markets. Some interesting data on this market segment includes:
“With free shipping over certain thresholds and delivery door-to-door, we expect that TGE will rapidly become the site of choice for law enforcement, military, EMS, Fire, Security, outdoor adventurers, weekend warriors and the general public, wanting the best quality products at the most competitive pricing.” added Graham.
Unisync is a broad-based vertically integrated North American enterprise with exceptional capabilities in garment design, domestic manufacturing, and off-shore outsourcing, including state-of-the-art web based B2B ordering, distribution, and program management systems. Unisync operates through two business units: Unisync Group Limited (“UGL”) and 90% owned Peerless Garments LP which has been producing operational uniforms and accessories to Canada’s Armed Forces for over 50 years..
UGL provides full-service, managed apparel programs for major corporations and government-related entities through operations across Canada and has recently expanded into the US marketplace through the establishment of a 45,000 sq. ft. distribution and service facility in Henderson, Nevada, and a sales and service facility in Farmingdale, New Jersey.
On Behalf of the Board of Directors
Matthew Graham, CEO
Investor relations contact:
Douglas F Good, Chairman 778-370-1725 or Email [email protected]
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