Because of increased raw material costs, labor costs, and tariffs, we are forced to implement several price increases effective February 16, 2021.
As a result of increased raw materials, labour costs and tariffs, we are forced to implement a price increase effective February 8, 2021 on all Strike First extinguishers, extinguisher parts and brackets.
Due to unprecedented and recent events, National Fire Equipment is forced to suspend current pricing as well as our posted price book publications until further notice. We will update our price books as soon as the situation stabilizes with COVID-19 and the rapid drop of the Canadian dollar.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, we have been carefully monitoring the progression of the virus and closely following the advice of Canada’s public health authorities. We have followed their recommendations and have implemented numerous changes within our locations across Canada. National Fire’s highest priority is the health and safety of all our partners including employees, customers, suppliers and our communities.
Dear Valued Customers: This is a very exciting time to be working in our industry, and it is a fantastic opportunity for all of us to make a difference in our market place. With a new year comes new challenges, new goals and constant change on how we conduct our business.
Kidde Canada is issuing a stop sale and product examination request on its line of CO2 10lb., 15lb., and 20lb. extinguishers manufactured from January 1, 2009 through June 23, 2019 which are branded “Kidde” or “Badger” due to a potential safety issue.