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  • Nick Monjo

Hop Lun Buys P.H. Garment



Samples of shapewear, lingerie and swimwear from the current P.H. Garment website.


Earlier this year Hop Lun acquired P.H. Garment, which describes itself as a producer of “private label women bras, underwear, swimsuits, sports bras, shapewear and corsets for world renown fashion brands.” It made the announcement in June.

 

P.H. Garment, which was founded in 1988, claims on its website an “annual output of more than 14 million garments,” as well as a staff of more than 2,000 employees. The firm is headquartered in Hong Kong with three manufacturing facilities in Bangladesh and China.  


“We welcome the P.H. Garment team to the Hop Lun family,” declared Erik Ryd, founder and CEO of Hop Lun. “We believe our businesses are highly complementary," adding, he is "excited to work together leveraging our combined expertise to give even better service to our customers. P.H. Garment’s expertise in bonded products, in particular, will open new avenues for growth at Hop Lun.”

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