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Triumph International is an international underwear manufacturer founded in 1886 by the families Spiesshofer and Braun in Heubach, Württemberg, Germany. The first foreign subsidiary was established in Zurzach, Switzerland, which has become the company's headquarters.
The multinational manufacturing and marketing organization operates in 120 countries around the world. In 2010 the company had an annual turnover of 2.2 billion Swiss francs, and over 36,500 employees.
"Triumph" was registered as a trademark in 1902.
Triumph came under criticism for renting a factory owned by the military regime in Burma. A campaign against the Triumph factory's labor conditions in Burma led to the Norwegian Olympic team canceling its contract with Triumph in 2001. Triumph pulled out of Burma in 2002 as public pressure and the dialog around Burma transitioned to state government institutions.
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