Constellis to Distribute Honeywell PPE Products Under New Agreement; Tim Reardon Quoted

Constellis to Distribute Honeywell PPE Products Under New Agreement; Tim Reardon Quoted
Tim Reardon CEO Constellis

Constellis has agreed to add Honeywell‘s personal protective equipment portfolio to the former’s risk management and mission support services offerings to customers across the U.S.

The two companies aim to meet supply demands considering the requirements of the flu season as well as a potential second COVID-19 wave through the distribution agreement, Constellis said Friday.

Honeywell’s portfolio of PPE products covers items such as protective footwear, gas detectors, electrical safety tools, face protection gear and respirators.

Tim Reardon, CEO of Constellis and a 2020 Wash100 winner, said the agreement will help the company distribute supplies to commercial and government customers amid the pandemic.

Aside from risk management and mission support, Constellis offers training, mine action, construction, base operations support, disaster and emergency services.

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