HighCom Armor Solutions, Inc. (HighCom), a U.S. based body armor design and manufacturing company, celebrates 25 years of service in providing ballistic resistant products and bullet-proof vests for Military, Law Enforcement, and First Responders around the world.
Founded in 1997 in San Francisco, California, HighCom Armor has spent the past 25 years expanding operations in the personal protective equipment space and today is one of the leading ballistic resistant armor manufacturers in the United States offering a full line of body armor solutions.
With its 50,000 square feet manufacturing and distribution center located in Columbus, Ohio along with its XTEK Ltd. R&D and Manufacturing operations facility in Adelaide Australia, HighCom is well positioned for large scale and time sensitive global supply needs. Vertical integration for all aspects of ballistic-resistant product engineering and manufacturing allows HighCom to greatly control costs and the quality of material conformity to ensure products exceed end user mission critical demands.
At the core of HighCom’s vision for the future is thinner, lighter, stronger body armor products. HighCom is eager to continue its growth initiatives in current and emerging markets and exploring all opportunities for the design and manufacturing of ballistic resistant products that will continue saving the lives of frontline protectors.
When asked about how the company plans on commemorating this special milestone and beyond, Michael Bundy, CEO of HighCom Armor stated, “HighCom continues to innovate, and this year is no different. We expect to rollout several new product models across our body armor models including, ballistic resistant rifle plates, bullet-proof vests, and advancements in ballistic shield technology. Most importantly, we will continue to dedicate resources both human and financial support for law enforcement and military communities and their families. These are the fabric of a great society, and we intend to stand prouder than ever in support of them during these difficult times.”