Checkpoint Systems announces the acquisition of UNITER

July 29, 2021 – Checkpoint & Uniter are very pleased to announce the acquisition of Uniter by Checkpoint Systems.

 

Uniter was founded in A Coruña, Spain, over 25 years ago by Charly L. Conde. It is a full-service apparel label manufacturer with its own production plants in Spain, Portugal, Morocco, Turkey & China. It employs approximately 380 people, serving more than 45 countries and in excess of 1,000 clients.

Uniter’s strong commercial position in the important Iberian apparel retail market coupled with Checkpoint’s world-class global manufacturing footprint and RFID experience creates a formidable combination.

Charly L. Conde, founder of Uniter, will continue leading the business along with his successful team.

 

“The union with Checkpoint is great news that will help us to drive the future growth for the company in conjunction with one of the leading global companies in the label & RFID business. This will enable us to reach new markets, businesses, and enhance our product & service portfolio.

This success would not be possible without the continued trust of all customers, and I expressly thank those that have partnered with us for the last 25 years.

And finally, but not least, I cannot forget the team that has been working hard throughout all that time. They are the true strength of the business to reach this important milestone. For those that were, those that are, and those that will be joining us, I want to express my recognition and gratitude for having the chance to work with you all. I look forward to being next to you through this new era. Let’s enjoy all together with our customers this exciting project full of opportunities and possibilities in conjunction with Checkpoint Systems”

Charly L. Conde, CEO and founder of Uniter

 

Checkpoint Systems provides apparel retailers, brand owners and manufacturers with a single source for all their brand labeling, RF, RFID and retail hardware needs. A globally consistent solution produced close to needlepoint with a particular focus on sustainability, CSR compliance, quality and service levels that are expected by the international brands and retailers we partner with.  Checkpoint is a division of CCL Industries, the world’s largest labeling company.

 

“Uniter has an outstanding reputation for service & customer focus built over many years. Charly and his team have done a fantastic job growing their business and delighting their customers. We are very happy that they have chosen to continue their journey with Checkpoint and are excited at the opportunities that this union creates. I would like to welcome Charly and all his team to the Checkpoint family.”

Scott Mitchell-Harris, Group Vice President Checkpoint ALS Worldwide

 

 

For more information, please contact

marketing.als@checkpt.com or uniter@uniter.net

 

 

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About Checkpoint Systems

A division of CCL Industries, Checkpoint Systems is the only vertically integrated RF/RFID solution provider for retail. With consumer demands accelerating at an extraordinary rate driven by technology, Checkpoint delivers intelligent solutions – bringing clarity and efficiency into the retail environment anytime, anywhere through a unique offering of software, hardware, labels, tags and connected cloud-based solutions. 

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