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Working Together to Make America Safe
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Safety Products Inc
HQ in Lakeland, FL with 2 sales and distribution centers located in Charlotte, NC and Memphis, TN to service the southeast U.S.

For four generations, the Williams family has proudly served the safety equipment sales, manufacturing, and distribution business. Safety Products Inc is now celebrating its 55th year of preventing injuries and saving lives at work.

Our company mission is to be a trusted team of people, dedicated to providing equipment and resources in a friendly and responsible manner because we care about everyone's safety. We strive to fulfill this mission daily by providing quality safety equipment, manufacturing reliable traffic work zone products, and offering various safety services and training opportunities.

At the heart of it all, we currently employee more than 115 individuals who each contribute directly to our company growth and success. Driven by our company core values of Teamwork, Respect, Integrity, Quality and Leadership, we aim to create a work environment that values our employees, provides an enjoyable atmosphere, and offers growth, opportunity, and development.

In our 55 years of serving the safety community we have seen industries evolve, products change, regulations modified and safety progress. It has been our pleasure to grow and expand our products and services to fulfill the needs of our customers and help send everyone home safely at the end of the work day.

We thank our employees for helping us shape SPI into one of the best companies to work for.


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