Our group-owned factories, operating since 1988, are located in Seremban, on the West Coast of Malaysia in the beautiful state of Negeri Sembilan.
Our position as one of the world’s largest manufacturers of ‘offline’ gloves allows us to create innovative, hand-crafted gloves of unsurpassed quality, while our ‘online’ production plant uses industry-leading automation technology to produce a wide range of medical-grade gloves with speed and efficiency.
Our gloves are designed and tested for the specific industries in which they are used, and comply with the relevant parts of the Medical Devices Directive and the Personal Protective Equipment Directive. We work with the leading European and U.S. laboratories to ensure our gloves are suitable for the specific applications for which they are recommended.
We are experts in the gloves we manufacture and their application. You can find out more about our UK technical and customer service team here, but if you need help to find the best product for you, please call us, we’re local and happy to assist.
Our worldwide team of over 600 are the key to our success. Our gloves are produced, packed, shipped, imported and distributed by Unigloves. All of our manufacturing workforce are paid fairly and work in safe conditions and are integral to the success of our fast growing and dynamic company. Our factories are accredited to LSAS Level 2, and we welcome visits and audits by our customers.
We are committed to local stock holding and high availability. We are able to manage our supply and demand at the production plant, and this allows us to hold stock locally and offer daily pallet and parcel deliveries in addition to direct shipment of container loads from Unigloves Malaysia.
We take our environmental obligations seriously and continually invest to improve process controls and consistency. Our de-chlorination scrubber units reduce air emissions to levels lower than the prescribed minimum, and our on-site water treatment plant surpass the maximum standards required by the Malaysian Department of the Environment.