Pacific Brands Limited

0.415
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+0.02 (5.06%)
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VOLUME
1.6M
DAY'S HIGH
0.415
DAY'S LOW
0.395
Pacific Brands Limited is an Australia-based consumer product company. The Company operates in four segments: Underwear, Sheridan Tontine, Workwear and Brand Collective. Underwear segment includes brands such as Bonds, Berlei, Jockey, Explorer and Razzamatazz spanning the underwear, bras, socks, hosiery, babywear and outerwear categories. The Sheridan Tontine segment supplies the bedding products and accessories, towels and other categories of brands such as Bonds, ... continued
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Pacific Brands Limited
Pacific Brands Limited is an Australia-based consumer product company. The Company operates in four segments: Underwear, Sheridan Tontine, Workwear and Brand Collective. Underwear segment includes brands such as Bonds, Berlei, Jockey, Explorer and Razzamatazz spanning the underwear, bras, socks, hosiery, babywear and outerwear categories. The Sheridan Tontine segment supplies the bedding products and accessories, towels and other categories of brands such as Bonds, Berlei, Jockey, Explorer and Razzamatazz. Worker segment supplies industrial workwear, including brands such as Hard Yakka and KingGee, to employees, businesses and the public sector. The Brand Collective segment comprises a portfolio of brands across the footwear, apparel and sporting goods categories including Clarks, Hush Puppies, Julius Marlow, Volley, Mossimo and Superdry.

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