Acme United Corporation (NYSE AMEX: ACU) today announced that it has signed a global agreement to build and sell survival tools co-designed by the filmmaker, outdoor adventurer and survivalist Les Stroud, star of the six-time Gemini-nominated hit TV series
The product line will be marketed under the Camillus knife brand and will be launched at the Shot Show in Las Vegas on January 17, 2012. The knives will feature Camillus carbonitride titanium non-stick technology, which provides cutting edges up to 10 times harder than untreated blades. Additional survival tools will be launched in early 2012.
Rick Constantine, Vice President of the Clauss, Camillus and Western brands said, “The expertise and input from Les Stroud combined with Camillus innovation, titanium technology and quality have created powerful tools for the survivalist segment. We are eager to continue to build the brand and provide the very best in true survival tools.”
Acme United Corporation
is a leading worldwide supplier of innovative cutting, measuring and safety products to the school, home, office, sporting goods, and industrial markets.
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