Gateway Fire Supply Announces Change Of Company Name To Labenco LLC.

Gateway Fire Supply has changed its name to Labenco LLC. The change reflects company focus and standards. A new logo and branding are included as well, but the same people run the business and they offer the same services.

St. Louis, United States - January 3, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Saint Louis, MO (January 3, 2018) – Gateway Fire Supply announced this week that it has formally changed its company name to Labenco LLC. Labenco LLC explained that the new name would reflect the evolving focus and standards of the company. The name change has additionally been accompanied by a change in logo and company branding, however all current product offerings are the same. Gateway Fire Supplies is now a division of Labenco LLC.

Labenco LLC. is a woman owned/operated midwest based company that specializes in supplying businesses and contractors in the lower 48 States with the highest quality fire safety products. Labenco is strongly committed to supporting American workers by seeking out and supplying American made fire safety products to its customers. Labenco is a certified member of the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) and all its products meet or exceed standards established by UL, ULC, DOT and/or USCG.

“Labenco has had an incredible year and we feel it is time to really focus our efforts and the first step is a major rebrand. Labenco is still the same great people with the same outstanding service.” -Lou Brummet, CEO.

Fires can happen almost anywhere, which is why Labenco offers the widest selection of Earth-Friendly fire fighting foam concentrates in the industry and extinguishers designed to combat ABC, C02, halotron, water and wet chemicals, and marine fire disasters. Labenco provides fire safety products to a wide variety of customers including schools, universities, federal and state government buildings, facilities and agencies, churches, restaurants, fire and police departments, hotels, apartments/condo complexes, oil service companies including offshore facilities, airports, marinas, manufacturing plants, car dealerships, and construction companies/building sites.

If improving fire safety is your goal, Labenco LLC. is the top choice for all of your needs.

Labenco LLC.

PO Box 230109 St. Louis, MO. 63123

Contact Info:
Name: Lou A Brummet
Organization: Labenco LLC.
Address: PO Box 230109, St. Louis, Missouri 63123, United States
Phone: +1-314-910-7221

For more information, please visit http://www.gatewayfiresupplies.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 283424

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