“The uniform market in Japan represents significant potential as uniforms are mandatory in many service businesses. We hope to see a healthy growth in this well-established industry where Polygiene Stays Fresh technology and our sustainability message add important value,” said Ulrika Björk, CEO of Polygiene, in a media statement.
Bonmax, founded in 1906, established its uniform business in 1948, and focuses mainly on service companies such as hotels, stores and offices, among others. As a complement to the ready-to-wear business, Bonmax also has a subsidiary that offers made to order uniforms.
Polygiene, established in 2006, brings the Scandinavian values of quality and care for the environment to life through its products and services. More than 140 global premium brands have chosen to use Polygiene Stays Fresh Technology in their products. (RKS)
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