Unitex Named Corporation of the Year By the Association of Hispanic Healthcare Executives

Elmsford, NY July 2017— Unitex was named “Corporation of the Year” by the Association of Hispanic Healthcare Executives during the organization’s 17th Annual Healthcare Diversity Awards Ceremony that took place at the New York Academy of Medicine at the end of June. This year’s event theme was “Mentoring Healthcare Leadership Talent.” Since 1998. the Association…

summer safety blog

Summer Safety 2017

As Americans hit the peak of summer travel, there are several ways to keep you and your family safe this summer whether you are “vacationing” or “staycationing”.  Here are some ideas to address common summer safety issues brought to by Unitex and the National Safety Council. Beat the Heat Whether you’re working or playing outside…

national safety month board


According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics 2014 Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries, some 4,821 people die while doing their jobs. That’s more than 13 people a day! Implementing safety measures at work can change these statistics and save lives. That’s why Unitex supports the National Safety Council and thousands of organizations across the country…

mens health month


According to the non-profit, First Things First, “involvement of a father or a positive male role model has profound effects on children. Father-child interaction promotes a child’s physical well-being, perceptual ability, and competency for relating with others. These children also demonstrate greater ability to take initiative and evidence self-control.”   In honor of Father’s Day,…


Fostertown Elementary School’s Garden Continues to Grow, Thanks to One Local Newburgh Business

Newburgh, NY, May 2017—Fostertown Elementary School has a great new garden thanks to the team at Unitex who helped Mr. Garzione (Fostertown ETC Science Club Teacher Advisor) bring his concept to life. Over the past four years, Unitex has made generous donations to Mr. Garzione’s science club, allowing them to improve upon their existing garden…