Pooler, GA – Blue Force Gear®, the leading provider of high-quality tactical gear, is proud to announce expanded capacity for OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) services to include Helium Whisper® licensing and textile laser cutting.
The company is now offering OEM services for its proprietary coated fabric ULTRAcomp®, a proprietary material that is lightweight, abrasion-resistant, hydrophobic, and reduces IR signatures. ULTRAcomp can be used in a variety of applications, including bags, holsters, pouches, and other load-carriage applications. ULTRAcomp is now available to manufacturers looking to create their own products using this innovative material.
In addition to OEM services, Blue Force Gear is also licensing their patented Helium Whisper attachment system, the next generation of MOLLE-compatible attachment. The Helium Whisper system offers a low profile and significant weight savings compared to traditional MOLLE attachments, making it ideal for tactical gear applications. With this licensing agreement, manufacturers can incorporate Helium Whisper into their own products, bringing their customers the benefits of this innovative technology.
Finally, Blue Force Gear now offers textile laser cutting services, using state-of-the-art technology to cut various materials with precision and efficiency, including ULTRAcomp and other high-performance textiles. This new service provides manufacturers with a convenient and cost-effective way to produce their products, reducing lead times and improving overall efficiency.
“We are excited to expand our OEM capacity to allow more manufacturers to have access to ULTRAcomp roll-goods and laser cutting.” said Jay Duncan, Senior Director of Sales for Blue Force Gear. “By offering these services, we provide our customers with a complete solution for all their tactical gear needs, from design and development to production and delivery.”
For more information about Blue Force Gear and their new OEM, licensing, and textile laser cutting services, please email [email protected].
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