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Corporate Profiles: Stanco Safety Products

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Today, there are many options for high-quality flame-resistant apparel for electric arc flash and flash fire protection, protective workwear, and industrial safety products. Stanco Safety Products brings all of these together in one simple package.

Stanco Safety Products manufactures a broad array of industrial protective clothing, including flame-resistant garments, aluminized industrial heat protective clothing, and woven and anti-static clothing, as well as hand and arm protective products.

We are proud to be a major U.S. provider of flame-resistant workwear. Our products are made with fabrics that are engineered to satisfy the safety certification standards for a wide range of protective apparel, workwear, PPE and safety accessories across many industries, including utilities, oil and gas, welding, and manufacturing, to name a few.

Contract services, including customized garments and accessories, are available to our customers. Stanco Safety Products can provide customers with a custom labeling program, using heat transfer, embossing, embroidery and silk screening to apply the labels to garments.

Our goal has always been to create long-term relationships with our customers based on the principles of offering quality products at fair prices, a high level of product innovation and excellent customer service. Stanco Safety Products has proven to be an excellent partner for any company that has a need for our product mix and a desire to develop a strong and long-lasting relationship.

As we celebrate 30 years of providing safety workwear to industry, we’d like to thank our customers for their business and for their continued loyalty.

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