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Martins Gets Tough about Safety with Checkpoint

MARTINS, a leader in the North American tire equipment industry, recently acquired UK-based Checkpoint, a global leader in wheel safety. With Checkpoint, Martins adds to its products multiple wheel safety solutions, namely a variety of visual indicators of nut movement. Checkpoint also comes with 30 years of expertise that started with its founder, CEO, and inventor, Mike Marczynski.

The renowned expertise and superior quality of Checkpoint is what motivated the acquisition. It will prove a valuable addition to the Martins brand and enable the company to offer even more quality products.

“We’re proud to now count in our ranks the extensive know-how and knowledge of the Checkpoint team, as well as the reputation for quality the brand has justly acquired over the years,” says Martin Dépelteau, CEO of Martins.

Moving forward, Martins plans to integrate Checkpoint within the Martins world without changing what makes the wheel safety brand great. Any Checkpoint team member, partner, or client, will experience business as usual in terms of operations, distribution, quality, and personality.

Further, Martins wants to continue to fully support B2B distribution for Checkpoint and the team’s excellent work. Martins believes adding this dynamic to its existing lines of products reinforces its presence in the market in every aspect. This will certainly lead to plenty of opportunities to grow down the road.

Martins Industries offers innovation and reliability. The company designs, manufactures, and sells high-quality supplies and equipment for all types of tires and wheels to improve safety and efficiency in the workplace. With numerous distribution centers, a foothold in North America, Europe, Australia, and other parts of the world, Martins is ever ready to drive results. Shops around the world trust Martins to support them on their paths toward efficiency.

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