Body armor and tactical equipment producer builds equipment for military and police

Dover – Safari GH Armor Systems (Safariland), “a leading global provider of safety and survivability products designed for the public safety, military, professional and outdoor markets” at 1 Sentry Drive in Dover will lay off 40 workers in February.

The body armor and tactical equipment producer that builds equipment for military and police organizations recently filed notice with the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (DLWD), and the layoff will begin on Feb. 20 with “subsequent separations anticipated to occur through June 30.”

Safariland purchased GH Armor Systems Inc. in 2017

The Dover facility is 90,000-square-foot and produces advanced armor solutions, ballistics, carriers, tactical equipment, hard armor and corrections products, according to Safariland’s website.

Photo courtesy of Safariland

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