SOURCE: Unisync Corp.

February 25, 2015 09:00 ET

Unisync Expands Its Executive Team

VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - February 25, 2015) - Unisync Corp. (TSX VENTURE: UNI) (TSX VENTURE: UNI.A) ("Unisync") is pleased to announce that Pierre L. Charron has joined Unisync's executive team as Senior Vice President, Corporate Development of Unisync Group Limited reporting to the President. Based in Montreal, Pierre brings with him an extensive background in senior management roles with major Canadian corporations such as Bombardier, McKesson, and more recently R Nicholls of Longueuil where he oversaw the development of apparel and equipment product lines for the security, police, fire, E.M.S. and the public transit sectors. In addition to leading the gradual expansion of Unisync into the Quebec marketplace, Pierre's extensive experience in dealing with various departments and agencies of the federal, provincial and municipal governments will be beneficial to the expansion of Unisync's services in these market segments.

Pierre's product knowledge, experience and supply chain network in the complimentary duty gear and related equipment market will play an important role in developing this segment of Unisync's business. In October 2014 Unisync expanded into this business segment with the assumption of the Mississauga Outlet Store previously owned and operated by R Nicholls. The Outlet Store, which is located at 6325 Dixie Road, Mississauga, Ontario, has been supplying Canadian public safety agencies in the region with a vast selection of equipment, footwear and uniform products since 1991.

"We welcome Mr. Charron as a strategic member of our executive team," commented Unisync Group President, Carmin Garofalo. "I expect Pierre to play an important role in developing further services and product lines available to Unisync's existing security, police, fire and E.M.S. customers, in addition to assisting in expansion of the customer base in Quebec and elsewhere in the country."

About Unisync 
Unisync through its brands, has been a customer focused leading provider of corporate apparel in Canada for over 80 years. Our goal has been to make the process of ordering, receiving and wearing corporate apparel a pleasant experience for our customers. We are vertically integrated and a proudly Canadian enterprise with exceptional capabilities in domestic manufacturing and off-shore outsourcing, combined with state-of-the-art web based B2B ordering and distribution systems.

In addition to corporate image wear, Unisync also specializes in the production and distribution of highly technical protective garments, military operational clothing, and accessories through its subsidiary, Peerless Garments LP. The combined client base stretches across a broad spectrum of Federal, Provincial and Municipal government departments and agencies such as the Armed Forces and the RCMP, as well as a list of leading Canadian iconic brands in a variety of industries.

We are excited at the additional convenience that the recent expansion into the provision of duty gear and other equipment provides many of our current and prospective clients. We believe this places Unisync in the unique position of utilizing our core competencies in state-of-the-art web based B2B ordering, program management and distribution systems to provide an efficient single-source for not only technical and operational clothing needs but also related duty gear and other equipment.

Douglas F. Good
Chief Executive Officer

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