Corporate Profiles: Black Stallion
With over 44 years of manufacturing experience, Black Stallion leads the market in high-quality, innovation-driven and value-rich gloves, FR garments and other PPE. Our commitment to user-centric design, consistent quality and best-practice manufacturing processes ensures we are one of the best solutions for distributors in the welding, industrial, safety, oil and gas, electrical and utility, and construction markets. By partnering with us, distributors can leverage our unique advantages to grow their business.
Protection is not just our business, it is our promise. Welding gloves and flame-resistant garments are our foundation. However, today we offer protective gear that meets standards across a range of applications, including NFPA 2112 for flash fire, NFPA 70E for arc flash, ANSI cut resistance and high-visibility guidelines, and others.
Product innovation means creating products that your customers will love. It’s about designing products that solve your customers’ problems. We design, craft and create products that your customers will love. And buy.
While our commitment to innovation drives us forward, it is our dedication to quality that defines us. From concept and development to finished product, Black Stallion designs, engineers and tests the smallest details of material and construction to ensure the highest quality standards are met.
At Black Stallion, our service pledge begins with your trust. With an assigned service team managing your account, you get an unsurpassed level of personalized professional service.
Value is more than just a low price. With Black Stallion, you get consistent quality in materials and construction, pricing programs, and unmatched service.
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