Reid Supply Company, a Michigan-based distributor of industrial supplies, has responded to government’s need for a multipurpose convenience point for builders of rail systems, roads and bridges. The company recently added more than 8,000 items to its online web site and offers free CAD drawings of most of their industrial parts.
“We saw the need to offer more safety equipment and rugged work clothing to complement our vast line of industrial supplies”, says John Carrier, President of Reid Supply Company. “For many years, we have been supplying industrial products to road, bridge and rail builders. Now we have added some well known workwear names to our roster, including high visibility attire.”
The company now offers rugged work clothing from Carhartt and Dickies, and safety boots and shoes from makers like Bates, Danner, Georgia Boot, Nautilus, Rocky and Wolverine, on their web site at ReidSupply.com. According to Reid Supply’s Director of Marketing, Greg Palmer, the site allows businesses to find the exact products that they need quickly, so they can get their gear fast and easy.
Reid Supply says that they have many of the products needed for the new push to construct high-speed rail service throughout the nation, many of which offer a unique lifetime warranty, even in the shop environment, and recently expanded high-visibility safety workwear and steel-toe footwear.
ReidSupply.com offers free CAD drawings for engineers, technicians, students and hobbyists. Over 90% of their industrial parts have free CAD drawings available and anyone can download them at ReidSupply.com. According to Palmer, these drawings fit the needs of designers and engineers who save valuable time by incorporating the company’s CAD drawings and parts into their prototypes and production models.
Reid Supply Company, which began selling industrial supplies in 1948 in Muskegon, Michigan, serves virtually every industry including Aerospace; CAD and Engineering; Construction; Education; Food Processing; Government; Manufacturing; Medical; Oil, Gas and Alternative Energy; Packaging; as well as the student and hobbyist.
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