Sperian Protection Awarded GSA Contract for Personal Protective Equipment
https://go.praetoriandigital.com/?target=art_PPFgyhuifVCfcvar&source=pct_M8Vceg1uf5avTkePSMITHFIELD, RI, — Sperian Protection Americas has been awarded a Federal Supply Schedule Contract by the General Services Administration for a broad offering of personal protective equipment (PPE).
The company designs, manufactures and sells personal protective equipment that safeguards workers at risk. Its protective and emergency equipment is widely used in hazardous situations found in manufacturing, construction, telecommunications, homeland security, defense, fire service and maintenance.
The company offers a complete range of head and body protection equipment. This includes eye, hearing and respiratory protection, and protective gloves, clothing and footwear. It also offers fall protection equipment with safety harnesses, connectors, lifelines, climbing systems and rescue equipment.
Formerly part of Bacou-Dalloz, the Sperian Protection Americas headquarters is in Smithfield, Rhode Island. The company employs more than 2,000 Americans.
“We’re excited about this contract because it significantly expands access to our protective equipment for government specifiers and purchasers. This will facilitate their efforts to make government workers safer on the job” said Don Budke, Government Market Manager for Sperian Protection Americas, Government Sales Group.
“With a wide network of local Sperian distributors, we are already selling to government and industry throughout America,” he said. “This contract, GS-07F-0353U, provides government buyers added supply flexibility.”
For more information, contact Don Budke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Sperian Protection Americas
Sperian Protection Americas has a significant U.S. manufacturing presence with more than 2,000 American workers in 18 locations spread across nine states. The Group offers innovative products adapted to high-risk environments so that people in hazardous conditions can work with confidence.