Lakeland Industries

  www.lakeland.com
  www.lakeland.com

Lakeland Industries Reviews

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Christopher J. Ryan
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    This company needs an Upper management overhaul.

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    I worked at Lakeland Industries full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    Company has potential to be a leader in their Industry. However the Company is too small due to downsizing to handle the multiple directions that it is trying to pursue. If they can focus on the few things they do well they could be more profitable and a better company to work for.

    Cons

    Most of the team is ready to jump ship, the company leadership is going in too many direction that it has completely lost focus on what they do best. There is a lot of covering up problems at the local management level because they do not want corporate to see or face the facts that they have major financial problems. They are trying to compete in the global market but failed in India and in Brazil because they lack people and knowledge to compete in those markets. They are about to do the same in Russia and other countries in South America and Asia.

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    Change upper management or sell the company to someone that knows what they are doing.

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Website www.lakeland.com
Headquarters Ronkonkoma, NY
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1982
Type Company - Public (LAKE)
Industry Business Services
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year

The wrong clothing can be hazardous to your health -- not based on style, but by OSHA and EPA standards. Lakeland makes protective clothing for on-the-job hazards. It uses DuPont specialty fabrics, such as Kevlar, TyChem, and Tyvek, as well as its own fabrics, to make industrial disposable garments, toxic-waste cleanup suits, fire- and heat-resistant apparel (including Fyrepel gear for firefighters), industrial work gloves, high-visibility garments, and industrial/medical garments. Lakeland manufactures its products in Brazil, China, India, Mexico, and the US. Customers... More

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