Supplier News

Information in “Supplier News” is provided by the featured companies.


Mount Vernon FR

Mount Vernon FR has debuted a new website, available at Learn-ing more about flame-resistant fabrics and ensuring the protection of workers has never been easier.
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Haws Corp.

Haws Corp. Board Member Chuck Gruber is the new president of the organization. Gruber, a long-established leader in the safety corridor, began his career at Rohm and Haas Corp., followed by executive posts at Elemica, GAF, Cannon Equipment and Safe Reflections.
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Bradley Corp.

Menomonee Falls, WI-based Bradley Corp., a global manufacturer of plumbing fixtures, restroom accessories and emergency equipment, has announced changes to its executive leadership team: CEO Bryan Mullett has been promoted to chairman and Luis de Leon is president/COO and has been appointed to the board of directors.
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Vector Solutions

Tampa, FL-based Vector Solutions, a provider of software solutions for learning, operational readiness, work-force management and risk reduction, recently announced the acquisition of LiveSafe, a mobile risk intelligence solution for safety and security incident prevention, response and communication.
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Protective Industrial Products Inc.

Protective Industrial Products Inc., a Latham, NY-based supplier of hand protection and personal protective equipment, has acquired Primax Manufacturing & Trading Inc. – and its Caiman brand – headquartered in La Mirada, CA.
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The Partnership for Electrical Safety

Manufacturers of arc-rated and flame-resistant clothing and personal protective equipment, including Bulwark FR, Carthartt and Tyndale, have launched The Partnership for Electrical Safety, an industry-led effort to ensure U.S. workers using energized electrical equipment are properly equipped and protected from the hazards of electrical arc flash.
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Dräger, a manufacturer of medical and safety technology, has opened a new production facility in Montgomeryville, PA. The 45,660-square-foot facility began production in September.
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