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Source: United Apparel (Fiji) Ltd
Friday, November 03, 2017

FOUNDED in 1989, United Apparel (Fiji) Ltd is one of the regions most respected apparel manufacturing companies.

The company has experienced continuous growth and has contributed immensely to investments in Fiji.

As one of the leaders in the industry they have pursued a long-term vision to develop the apparel industry in Fiji.

One of the steps the company took to achieving this goal was the construction of their factory complex in 1998 which is still on operation today and houses some of the most advanced technology available in the industry.

United Apparel built their company to focus on long-term goals while consistently delivering the best possible products and services on an ongoing basis.

They have assembled over the past two decades a team of remarkable breadth and depth.

The design and development team specialises in styling options customised to suit all requirements while the manufacturing team ensures every garment produced is of the highest quality and standard for local, regional and international clientele.

Driven by perfection, United Apparel achieved only through continuous improvement and the determination to exceed expectations of service and reliability as the supplier of choice.

At United Apparel they offer you a one stop solution for all your uniform requirements.

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