Arbill, a Philadelphia based provider of workplace safety products, services and training, recently announced that it is incorporating Colt Safety into its operational structure.
Founded in 1980 by Christine Bierman, Colt Safety is a warehouse distribution center for a wide range of personal protective equipment (PPE) and industrial safety supplies.
“This strategic acquisition allows us to expand our products and services to an even greater number of workers,” says Arbill President and CEO Julie Copeland. “By creating safer workplaces through state-of-the-art equipment and training, we work hard to ensure that every worker makes it home safe and sound to their families. The addition of Colt Safety to the Arbill family enables us to protect more lives than ever before.”
For over 65 years, Arbill has been dedicated to delivering a wide array of equipment and training that sets the standard of excellence for workplace safety. Arbill differentiates itself from its competitors by offering truly end-to-end safety solutions that include safety compliance training and site audit services to complement their extensive selection of safety products and personal protective equipment.
“In addition to distributing many name brand safety products including gloves, eyewear, protective clothing, goggles and hard hats we also have our own Truline™ brand of products that we have been manufacturing for more than 30 years,” says Copeland, “We look forward to extending our industry-leading products and training services to Colt Safety’s loyal customer base.“
One thing’s for sure: with the combined efforts of Arbill and Colt Safety, manufacturers everywhere will benefit from the companies’
collective mission to improve workplace environments and ensure that every worker makes it home safe every day.
Arbill offers innovative industrial safety products, services and training programs to protect workers on the job. Arbill uses a customer-focused process that values the direct return on investment of each personalized safety program by reducing the hard costs of insurance, missed work and litigation.