Online PR News – 12-April-2018 – Safe-T-Proof Disaster Preparedness Co., Inc. announces the acquisition of the Disaster Supply Center (formerly the Earthquake Supply Center) in San Rafael, in a move that creates the Bay Areas largest and most respected earthquake preparedness company.
Safe-T-Proof has been in business for twenty-five years and pioneered the only engineered, patented and shake-table tested earthquake fastening system to secure building contents in hospitals, laboratories and manufacturing facilities all over the world. The Safe-T-Proof quick release fastening system is the most often recommended system by structural engineers worldwide.
We are thrilled to join forces with the Disaster Supply Center, says Safe-T-Proof founder and CEO Michael Essrig. Theyve been in operation in the Bay Area longer than anyone, and have a reputation that is unmatched. Adding their product selection of high-quality kits and provisions to the Safe-T-Proof line-up will enable us to provide customers with the absolute best in both fastening products and emergency supplies.
Disaster Supply Center has been in business in San Rafael for twenty-three years, providing schools, businesses, governments and residents with a wide array of exceptional and innovative emergency products. CEO Michael Skyler and Founding Principal Mona Skyler are excited to team up with Safe-T-Proof. We looked far and wide in our search to find the most reputable company to turn our customers over to. We needed to find a company with the same values and level of customer care weve had for more than two decades. Safe-T-Proof was easily the highest recommended firm from both our current suppliers and clients. I am confident Disaster Supply Center is in good hands with the Safe-T-Proof team. This synergy is great for our many mutual clients.
Mr. Skyler and staff will be staying on to consult with Safe-T-Proof through the transition. I look forward to working with the Safe-T-Proof team and increasing earthquake preparedness for organizations all over the Bay, he says.