BRONX, N.Y. — UniFirst Corp., a provider of customized business uniform programs, facility service products, and first aid and safety services, reports that it has opened its new uniform service facility in the Bronx.
“Our Bronx facility is a testament to our long-term commitment to delivering excellent customer service and top-quality products to communities across North America,” says Steven Sintros, UniFirst president and CEO.
“Our team of uniform experts understands the unique needs of local businesses when it comes to maintaining a professional image, ensuring safety, and controlling costs with customized uniform rental programs.
“We are fully prepared to always deliver exceptional customer service for many years to come.”
The 42,000-square-foot facility is dedicated to serving businesses in the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and portions of Nassau County.
To celebrate the official opening, UniFirst held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Oct. 25 at the new location in the Hunts Point Industrial District.
Those attending included Sintros; local business leader and CEO of Hunts Point Produce, Philip Grant, P.E.; and UniFirst New York City General Manager Robert Clark.
The event was also an opportunity to meet and greet the local UniFirst Bronx service team and tour the new facility. The celebration will conclude with a catered lunch.
UniFirst says its new, state-of-the-art Bronx facility is a response to the increasing demand for its customized business uniforms and facility services programs in the New York City area.
Equipped with cutting-edge customer relationship management technology, the local service team is dedicated to delivering an enhanced customer experience with faster response times.
With more than 35 uniform and facility service experts on board, the location offers personalized service programs for uniforms and workwear, including reliable delivery and rental of essential facility service products such as floor mats, mops, wipers, towels and restroom supplies.
“We are excited to expand in the New York City market to help local businesses find solutions to their uniform and facility needs,” says Clark.
“Our new operations reinforce our ongoing commitment to serving local customers and their hard workers.”
As part of the company’s growth for the Bronx location, UniFirst is planning to expand its local workforce by approximately 20% in the coming years to meet the growing needs of customers.
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