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Hallwood Modular Buildings announces agreement with Heald

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Hallwood Modular Buildings, LLC (HMB) has announced that it has entered into an agreement with Heald Ltd., a UK based company.

HMB has agreed to be Heald’s exclusive distributor for Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM) equipment for Oil & Gas, refining, LNG, nuclear, fertilizer and petrochemical facilities within the US.

HMB has been in the business of protecting people and sensitive equipment since 1999 when its owners pioneered and introduced the modular blast resistant building to chemical plants and refineries. Aside from designing and manufacturing blast resistant buildings, HMB also provides fortified guard buildings that offer perimeter protection to its occupants against blast, ballistics and forced entry.

Speaking on the company’s agreement with Heald, Gert Lessing, President/Co-CEO of HMB said, “HMB is constantly innovating and if it cannot produce best-in-class products, we want to partner with those who do.” Heald may not be a household name at present, but their products provide protection to some of the highest profile properties in the US, as well as to hundreds of high-risk facilities around the world.

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