Pyramex Safety Announces Expansion, Relocates Global Headquarters to Piperton, Tenn.

An Industry Leader in Safety and Personal Protective Equipment Reveals Phase One of $45 Million Plan To Grow

Pyramex Safety Products, LLC, a leader in industrial safety and personal protective equipment, announces the relocation of its world headquarters and distribution center to Piperton, TN. Located in Collierville, TN since 1998, the move places Pyramex in Fayette County right at the juncture of Tennessee State Highway 385 and Interstate 269. 

The new facility, which sits on over 50 acres of land, serves as the inception of the company’s three-part, $45 million long-term expansion plan with full expansion capabilities of over 700,000 sq. ft. It includes various state of the art features designed to aid in both productivity and efficiency, including a new printing center, product testing lab, and training room.

“For over 27 years, Pyramex has been blessed with sustained growth,” states Travis Slater, President of Pyramex. “We are excited about our ownership’s investment for the future and how it will allow us to serve our customers with even greater capabilities.”

Pyramex has amassed a growing network of over 200 employees and sales representatives around the world and has expanded its product lines to include a variety of PPE. The company attributes its growth to its culture, which is built upon servant leadership and seeking to foster strong relationships.

Construction on the new facility began in summer 2017 and is expected to conclude toward the end of September 2018.

About Pyramex Safety: Pyramex Safety Products is a world-leader in delivering high quality safety products through its innovative and stylish product lines. The company, founded in 1991, designs and manufactures a variety of personal protective equipment including eye, head, hand, welding, cooling, hearing, hi-vis, respiratory, and ergonomic gear.

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