Tulmar Safety Systems Acquires Aviation Baby Bassinet Product Line
Hawkesbury, ON, Canada (July 16, 2019) – Tulmar Safety Systems Inc. (Tulmar), a leading provider of safety and survival equipment to the aviation industry announces it has acquired the Baby Bassinet product line from Norduyn Inc. This includes all rights to manufacture, sell and support the product including associated parts and accessories.
Tulmar has been vigorously increasing the number of international airlines it serves through its line of specialized cabin crew training products as well as its onboard safety equipment such as unruly passenger kits, survival equipment and cargo restraints. We also offer our customers full service on all their onboard safety equipment.
“This acquisition increases our product offering in the aircraft cabin. It deepens our offering to our current customers while generating new customer accounts especially in the Asia-Pacific region” said Barney Bangs, Chief Executive Officer.
“The airline industry has seen steady growth over the past years and our entire team is excited to welcome the bassinet into our listing of capabilities” added Patrick Tallon, President & Chief Operating Officer.
Some of Tulmar’s other cabin safety products including the Unruly Pax kit, Survival Kit and Cargo Net
The Tulmar Baby Bassinet, also referred to as SkyCot, is now available for purchase through Tulmar Safety Systems Inc. Contact our dedicated sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 613.632.1282 to book your order!
Tulmar Safety Systems Inc. is a fully integrated designer and manufacturer of engineered protective equipment and survivability solutions for the aerospace and defence markets worldwide. The company’s products range from highly specialized protection equipment for military vehicles to inflatable life support and flotation products for military and aerospace applications. Tulmar’s cabin safety training equipment is sold to airlines around the world. Products are supported through a fully certified repair and overhaul division.