US: PVH Corp signs licensing deal with Axis Golf
Apparel giant PVH Corp has entered into a license agreement with Axis Golf for the marketing and distribution of men's sportswear, golf apparel and accessories under the Izod brand.
The deal will see Axis Golf market and distribute the products in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and other South Pacific islands. The initial term of the agreement runs through to December 2018.
The product range will be sold at Golf World and Golf Mart chains owned by an affiliate of Axis Golf and into selected stores, including Izod stores to be operated by Axis Golf.
Products manufactured under the deal will include dress shirts, neckwear, and underwear, in addition to the distribution of belts, headwear, watches, umbrellas and flip flops.
"We are thrilled to have found the right partner to manage the expansion of the Izod brand into Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and other key South Pacific islands," said Ken Wyse, president of licensing for PVH Corp.
"Axis Golf Pty Limited is a proven leader with extensive knowledge and expertise in men's apparel and accessories, both in the wholesale and retail channels and we look forward to jointly building a successful partnership in the South Pacific."
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