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Is increased Health and Safety Awareness Helping of Hurting U.S. Manufacturing?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Ron Komorowski Sep 12, 2008.

 

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What industry do you work in?
Health and Safety
What is your job title?
President
Do you currently use or recommend Personal Protective Equipment?
Yes
How did you find our online community?
I found this site through Haro
What best describes the role you play in the purchase of safety products?
Other
If Other above, please explain.
We are a manufacturer of safety products. My manufacturer (Web Devices) of my product Handi-Straps and I have started to work much closer to build a larger line of safety products and we may be looking for a line of gloves to distribute so I find this website pretty amusing. I also have a few more unique safety products I will be adding to form a Handi-Straps line. I have joined here to network and make a few friends...who knows what could develop!!

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At 8:19am on August 5, 2008, MoniqueB said…
Welcome to the OSC Ron! Glad to see you're active already!
At 9:19pm on August 4, 2008, Chris Miller said…
Yeah we're cheap but some places need a lot of tacos (it's funny who orders plastic vs. steel as I'm sure part/all has to do with Taiwan vs. American made) and we're into both professional/industrial and consumer markets so that helps too.

"Comment boards" aren't great for chit-chat on the nuts and bolts for some of your points; maybe start a group for "rip my product a new one" (lol; that's a joke on how people can be so nice) where group-speak can raise the water, or email me "chris at tigertaco com"
At 8:39pm on August 4, 2008, Ron Komorowski said…
I see...well I think your product is more moderately priced. My product is generally $60 and the hook accessory is $15 for a set of two which you really should have and S &H is $12...that's $87 total but people don't realize yet that Handi-Straps will last a person around the house/yard indefinetly and maybe a construction guy with everyday use maybe a year or two or longer if he adds caulking to the grips so it don't wear out as advised in the directions.

People just don't realize how valuable Handi-Straps is cutting lifting efforts and the time it takes in half and sometimes even better, not even counting the fact of not hurting yourself.

I'll get there....takes time in an economy this ugly.
At 8:34pm on August 4, 2008, Chris Miller said…
P.S. I don't see where we can email here, but zap me as U-Haul has a new "suggest a product" form for us inside vendors and I'll push your product in if you want (I seem to remember you wanting a different market than the others, but just let me know). Take care and have fun.
At 8:30pm on August 4, 2008, Chris Miller said…
Hey Ron, glad to know I'm not the only non-glove dude here! I think we chatted on the Club E site about life and all that jazz; our sales are actually not doing bad and we are moving more tacos every week (go figure!~). Hang in there and it will come!
 
 
 

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