Unifi, Inc. (NYSE: UFI) is a global textile solutions provider and one of the world's leading innovators in manufacturing synthetic and recycled performance fibers. Through REPREVE®, one of Unifi's proprietary technologies and the global leader in branded recycled performance fibers, Unifi has transformed more than 25 billion plastic bottles into recycled fiber for new apparel, footwear, home goods and other consumer products. Unifi continually innovates technologies to meet consumer needs in moisture management, thermal regulation, antimicrobial, UV protection, stretch, water resistance and enhanced softness. Unifi collaborates with many of the world's most influential brands in the sports apparel, fashion, home, automotive and other industries.
To learn more about REPREVE®, visit www.repreve.com.
Unifi is investing in growth and margin expansion, benefiting from:
Favorable industry dynamics
- Global consumer preference towards synthetic products with innovative attributes
- Strong interest in sustainable solutions, with customers maintaining brand integrity
Defensible scale and foundation
- Global footprint with proximity to world-class brands and production centers
- Significant U.S. asset base with state-of-the-art technology and recycled fiber production
Flexible operating model for expansion into new markets and geographies
- Growing portfolio enhanced by leading recycled and value-added solutions
- Diverse markets and broad product lines driving long-term opportunities
Unifi’s strong fundamentals and decades of leadership within the textile industry have resulted in a broad portfolio of polyester and nylon offerings across the entire spectrum of polymer, yarn and value-added solutions. With planned investments in brand growth, technology and innovation, strategic partnerships, and people and teams, Unifi is focused on becoming the global innovation and recycling partner of choice for world class brands, retailers, and mills that demand fiber and polymer solutions.
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