Code Blue has been on the cutting-edge of security solutions since it was founded in 1989. During the past quarter-century, the company has grown into an industry leader in the emergency communication systems sector.
Code Blue’s pioneering accomplishments include the development and production of blue-light emergency phones, which have been installed in thousands of education, corporate, hospital, airport and municipal locations around the world. The company can provide those markets with American-made help point, emergency signaling, incident response and systems management solutions.
Ever since The Barden Corp. was founded in 1942, the company has demonstrated a high level of expertise in manufacturing precision ball bearings. For more than 70 years, the company has manufactured quality products that meet super-precise and super-critical tolerances.
Fullerton Tool Co. Inc.’s customers expect nothing less than the highest-quality products available. “Our customers expect perfection; they want consistency and reliability,” says Patrick Curry, president of the Saginaw, Mich.-based precision tool manufacturer. “When they pull one of our tools out of the tube, they want performance.”
In 1968, a car exploded during the pre-trials of the Indianapolis 500. The driver of the car came out of the flames engulfing his vehicle completely unharmed. His name was Mario Andretti and he went on to win the race that year. The suit that saved his life was made by protective fiber developed by TenCate. “One of the first pieces of clothing done with fire protective fabric was done for a racing team, not for firefighters,” explains Mike Anderson, vice president of operations for TenCate Protective Fabrics.
Throughout an automobile’s life, the exterior of the vehicle can suffer many scratches and dents that change its appearance. U.S. Chemical & Plastics is a firm that clients turn to so they can help consumers return their cars to their former glory.
In business for more than 65 years, Hitchiner has become a leading supplier of complete-to-print, high-volume, complex thin-wall investment castings, as well as fully finished casting-based subassemblies and components. Hitchiner leads the industry in high volume production, reduced lead-times and just-in-time manufacturing, and has the world’s highest unit-volume investment casting capacity.