National Marker Company (NMC) has been providing high-quality safety identification products for more than 80 years. With products including signs, tags, labels and utility tapes, NMC has a comprehensive portfolio and custom products that are used in a variety of industries, including mining and tunnelling.

Keeping people safe is NMC’s core value, and every step is taken to ensure that customers can trust the quality of all its safety identification products. For distributing products to mines across the US, National Marker Company trusts in Carroll Technologies to reach customers at more than 800 mines.

Through Carroll Technologies, mine owners can purchase a range of custom mining signs in an array of materials, from rigid plastic to aluminium, and in a range of colours. Blasting area, danger area, do not enter, and highwall warning signs are all fully customisable to meet the need of the customer.

According to Carroll Technologies president Allen Haywood: “We sell a lot of their products, from tags to just anything in the area safety identification. We supply a lot of signage for escape areas, or especially during the pandemic, there is a lot of signage being put up telling people to wear protective face masks. Just about any type of custom signage is something that we can provide through Marker.

“National Marker is a great company and it has always been great to work with them. They’re very customer orientated.”

Having provided safety equipment for American mines for more than 30 years, Carroll is perfectly placed to recommend the most reliable and high-quality safety products, only endorsing trusted manufacturers. Customers who purchase NMC products through Carroll gain access to MinerCare 24/7, which encompasses around the clock technical support, rapid response to mining emergencies, factory authorized repair and an extensive stock of spare parts.

For more information about National Marker safety identification products, including custom mining signs and tags, call Carroll on 606-573-1000 or send an enquiry here.

This article was first published on Carroll Technologies