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Work King & Tough Duck socks manufacturing deal announced
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Apr '11
Richlu Manufacturing, Canada's leading work wear company, is pleased to announce it has signed a license agreement with Renfro Corporation to manufacture and market Work King and Tough Duck socks.

Renfro Corporation, one of the world's largest sock makers, has operations in North America, Europe and Asia, and manufactures and markets socks under various major brands.

Gavin Rich, Vice President of Richlu, said his company is excited to extend the product lines of their popular Tough Duck and Work King work wear apparel brands. "We will now be able to provide Canadian workers complete head- to-toe coverage for our Tough Duck and Work King apparel brands of work wear."Our agreement with Renfro will ensure our customers will benefit from the same high quality in their work wear socks, as they have come to expect from our highly popular Tough Duck and Work King brands."

Rich added that this agreement and licensing partnership is a great fit with Renfro, who share similar commitments to research, styling and quality in the manufacturing of their sock apparel products.

Brian Grant, General Manager of Renfro Canada, said "we are pleased to add the Tough Duck and Work King brands to our stable of world class sock products that we manufacture and market to retailers. "Tough Duck and Work King are highly respected brands in the work wear marketplace and we look forward to working with Richlu Manufacturing to deliver our world-class styling and quality to a new brand of socks for Canadian retailers." Work King and Tough Duck socks are expected to be on retailer shelves by fall 2011.

Richlu Manufacturing


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