Tyndale is excited to announce the opening of our Factory Store and Service Center in Midland, Texas. The Midland store is Tyndale’s second Factory Direct location after successfully opening our first brick-and-mortar location in South Williamsport, PA. The Midland store carries Tyndale’s own line of Made in USA FR clothing, as well as other top brands, including: Carhartt, Bulwark, Wrangler, Polartec and many more. Customers will also have exclusive access to Rangewear FRC, a line of professional grade coveralls.
The opportunity to outfit employees working in oilfields fueled Tyndale’s expansion from Pennsylvania to Texas. “The oil activity in Texas is contributing to American energy independence and creating jobs at a time when America needs them most,” said Rob Whittenberger, Tyndale President. “Yet many of the workers contributing to these patriotic efforts are wearing imported work clothing when there is a high-quality American-made option available (1).”
Tyndale boasts 30 years of experience in managed clothing programs and FRC expertise. In wearing Tyndale’s American-made products, you ensure your own protection, plus that of the workers making your FR clothing or protective apparel. By keeping jobs in the U.S., we certify that our clothing is manufactured and distributed safely under U.S. industry standards and regulations. Just look for the American flag on our website, and on our products, showing our pride in supporting jobs domestically.
As both a manufacturer and distributor of flame resistant clothing (FRC) and safety work wear, we offer one of the broadest product offerings, tailored to your unique industry, company, hazards and workers. Additionally, Tyndale offers the largest selection of women’s garments, and stocks a full size range of these products in-store. To meet the ever-present industry regulations, a large assortment of men’s and women’s flash fire rated and NFPA 2112-certified garments are available in sizes up to 5XL.
Bulk purchases and corporate accounts are available!
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