KME Appoints Safe Industries for the Carolinas

CarolinaFireJournal -

08/08/2012 -
Nesquehoning, PA – KME is pleased to announce the addition of Safe Industries ( to the KME sales representative network. Safe Industries’ home office is located in Piedmont, SC, just south of the Greenville/Spartanburg area, and will handle sales and service for KME products in both North and South Carolina. image

Safe Industries was founded in 2005 by Al Willimon. After serving in the US Army, Al joined the fire service and worked as an officer with the Simpsonville Fire Department. During his career, Al saw the need for a reliable and responsive supplier to the emergency services market in his region. It was that experience that
brought his vision of Safe Industries to life.

Today, in addition to the full line of KME apparatus, Safe Industries also offers both in-house and mobile services, as well as mobile pump testing, to their customers from their 36,000 sq. ft. Piedmont, SC, location. Responsive service and customer-focused principles are the driving force for Al and his team of more than
forty employees. Safe Industries also has a 13,500 sq. ft. location in Nashville, TN area, for loose equipment sales and service, with plans to soon announce the acquisition of another sales and service center for KME apparatus in Raleigh, NC. Safe Industries’ major equipment brands include MSA, Akron, Genesis, Globe
(Cairns), Paratech, and 511.

Safe Industries is known as a leader in its territory bringing the very best in integrity, customer service, knowledge and responsiveness to its customers. KME welcomes Al and his team to the KME family. Al Willimon’s contact information is below:

Safe Industries
116 Leader Drive, Piedmont, SC 29673
877-997-SAFE (7233)
(864) 845-7175 Office
(864) 845-7176 Fax
[email protected]

KME is a leading custom manufacturer of a full range of specialty vehicles for military, industrial, commercial, aviation and municipal markets. Additional information can be found at or by emailing to [email protected].
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