Land Apparel S.A. believes people deserve respect, dignity and a positive work environment, and offers them stability in a safe place and equal opportunity. All employees are treated under the same conditions regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, economic status or political preferences. Employees have the best working conditions through an environment of respect and humility.
Land Apparel is a company dedicated to the manufacture of medical uniforms globally with a culture of continuous improvement by providing:
To be a world-class company through structured, lean processes to provide on-time delivery, quality and competitive costs to customers (internal/external). Based on humble leadership to promote the continued development of human talent.
Land Apparel began operations in April 1997, in the city of Puerto Cortés, Honduras. It is an American family business (cutting-sewing) devoted to manufacturing medical and restaurant professional outfits. The company has sewing flexibility to produce more than 400 styles. It is a sound and trustworthy business, with an average of 500 associates, three (3) factory buildings with more than 1,875 m2 each, and an average weekly qualified-labor production capacity of 5,000 dozen units.
Land Apparel’s parent company, Landau Uniforms, Inc., is a family-owned business now managed by the third Landau generation. Landau Uniforms, based in Olive Branch, Mississippi, has sold medical uniforms since 1938. Landau Uniforms’ medical scrub and chef wear brands include Landau, Scrubzone, Urbane, Smitten, Workflow, Lynx and Chefwear.
Throughout the continuous improvement process, the Shingo Guiding Principles have been applied by integrating various systems, conducting internal manufacturing assessments, and supporting processes since 2012. It now covers eight principle-based systems, according to the plant’s operational excellence model.
Mauricio Mayer, General Manager | Phone: (001) 504 26652724