Pacific Brands Limited

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Pacific Brands Limited is an Australia-based consumer product Company. The Company operates in three segments: Underwear, Workwear, and Homewares, Footwear & Outerwear. Underwear segment is a marketer, distributor, importer, manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer of underwear, intimate apparel, socks, hosiery and Bonds outerwear. Worker segment is a marketer, distributor, importer, manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer of industrial, corporate imagewear and other wor... continued
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Pacific Brands Limited
Pacific Brands Limited is an Australia-based consumer product Company. The Company operates in three segments: Underwear, Workwear, and Homewares, Footwear & Outerwear. Underwear segment is a marketer, distributor, importer, manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer of underwear, intimate apparel, socks, hosiery and Bonds outerwear. Worker segment is a marketer, distributor, importer, manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer of industrial, corporate imagewear and other workwear. Homewares, Footwear & Outerwear segment is a marketer, distributor, importer, manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer of bed linen, pillows, accessories and carpet underlay; women’s, men’s and children’s footwear; casual outerwear, and sporting outerwear and equipment.

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