Scott Health & Safety and Grayling Wireless USA Inc. announced that they have entered into an OEM agreement for the marketing of Grayling's ClearCalm wireless communication system for first responders.
The OEM agreement provides Scott with the right to sell ClearCalm under its own brand. Scott will have exclusive use of ClearCalm technology for respiratory protection devices including, open-circuit SCBA and negative pressure respiratory protection devices, powered air purifying respirators, and self-contained air-line breathing apparatus (SABA) with exclusive territory rights in North America, including U.S. territories, and non-continental U.S., United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. Scott will also have non-exclusive technology rights in the closed-circuit SCBA and re-breather markets and right of first refusal for future technology enhancements and development in the defined markets and territories. The deal is for two years with a renewal option.
Tom Korb, Scott's North American Fire Service Marketing Manager, stated, "We are pleased to be entering this partnership with Grayling Wireless USA, and offering their innovative ClearCalm communications technology to our customers. Scott continues its commitment to enhancing our communications product offerings, and delivering superior, innovative solutions that assist our customers in meeting the increasing demands of their mission critical roles."
Grayling CEO Jeff Love said, "On behalf of all shareholders and employees we would like to express our appreciation to the Scott Health & Safety team for choosing to partner with us and our technology. This represents a significant milestone in our company's history and we look forward to working closely with our new partner to build a bright and prosperous future together."
For further information, visit www.scotthealthsafety.com, http://www.gryw.com, or www.clearcalm.com.