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Tulmar - Purolator & Tulmar November 2020

Published by Alliance Franchise Brands, 2020-11-17 02:36:10

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TULMAR – A SOLID LINK IN A REGULATED SUPPLY CHAIN Incorporated in 1992, Tulmar Safety Systems is a fully integrated manufacturer of protective products and safety equipment serving the commercial aviation, defence and security markets.   Tulmar products are diverse in nature. They are comprised of components and assemblies for military vehicles, airline training equipment, life rafts and life jackets, inflatable shelters, camouflage covers, protective covers and tactical floatation. Our capabilities include all processes from design engineering to manufacturing and supply chain management. Our accredited project management discipline in supply chain, engineering, manufacturing, and quality assurance allows us to meet and exceed the stringent requirements. Strategically located in Hawkesbury Ontario, our 60,000 square foot facility is designed to allow us to scale work cells for the unique nature of our work. Additionally, we have staff in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver who provide on-site support for a specific technical requirement. Tulmar has a staff of approximately 100 people with 8 in engineering, 16 in administration, 4 in quality assurance and the remaining personnel in manufacturing and repair technicians.  Tulmar has broad expertise in the design, validation and manufacturing of many defence OEM vehicle components including vehicle covers, camouflage nets, seat systems, occupant restraints, self-sealing fuel tanks, interior/exterior stowage and drive train components. In addition to mechanical assembly, we have the ability to kit first aid components, camo systems, tow/recovery tools and even survival rations. Tulmar designs, manufactures and services engineered survival solutions.  We deliver products and services that protect people – on the ground, in the air and in the water.  Our life rafts are installed in the ejection seats of CF-18 fighter aircraft and in aerial delivery systems deployed for Arctic Search and Rescue.  Our protective covers and stowage solutions are found on armored vehicles and military trucks around the world and our lifejackets are used by Special Forces and Naval Boarding Teams. Our repair & overhaul (R&O) facility operates in a 3,800 square foot section of our plant and can handle a wide variety of Tulmar and other OEM products. Operating under Canadian regulations, Tulmar has secured and renewed long-term R&O contracts for Canadian Forces components including conducting 3rd line maintenance, warehousing, upgrading and repairing. Both our ISO 9001:2015 quality management system as well as regulatory accreditations are maintained through frequent internal and external audits.

TULMAR – A SOLID LINK IN A REGULATED SUPPLY CHAIN Tulmar’s facility, location and physical assets make us a unique and leading supplier of survival and protection solutions. The industries we support have exacting standards to improve safety and minimize risk to their customers and user community. To minimize risk for our clients, we adhere to and exceed expectations when it comes to physical security of our building and security clearances for our people. We follow the expectations of the Government of Canada and their allies when it comes to our facilities, our employees and our information technology platform. A copy of Tulmar’s’ Controlled Goods Directorate certification can be provided as required. Disciplined project management is a core capability at Tulmar. Project delays are mitigated, and the integrity of our products are assured through seamless coordination between our engineering team, supply chain team and the manufacturing floor. Supporting these operations is a Continuous Improvement team that ensures product conformance and ongoing efficiency improvements. We are proud of the expertise of the leaders of these teams and the ingenuity and commitment of their work groups. The diversification of Tulmar’s business and the stability of ownership minimize the risk of partnering with Tulmar. Our business is almost equally split between civil aviation and the defence marketplace. Global events and macroeconomic environmental factors are naturally hedged because of the diversification of our client base. To illustrate, the attacks on the Pentagon and World Trade Center’s sent the aviation marketplace into an historic decline; meanwhile the defence market grew. Tulmar was able adapt to this seismic shift and continue to support its client base. With over 150 worldwide clients and no ‘one client’ exceeding 25% of our revenue; our viability and long-term prosperity is assured through diversification. With our people, processes, and infrastructure, Tulmar remains a solid link in a regulated supply chain.

MECHANICAL SUB - ASSEMBLIES Product Integration Services. • Source and procure components from qualified supplier base • Provide input for manufacturability • Develop weld approval packages • Manage sub-contracted fabrication, welding & painting processes • Integrate fabricated components with in-house manufactured textile assemblies • Test, package and deliver completed assemblies directly to production line • Kitting and consolidation of sub-components 2-Man Box Seat Assembly Air Canada 737 Exit Trainer Driver Seat Assembly

RUGGED AND COMPLEX TEXTILES Manufacturing and design of protective covers, stowage and cargo control solutions for vehicles and ground systems. Value-added Support Services • Pre-production engineering review • Development of specifications • Concept development • Prototyping • Validation Testing • Failure mode analysis • Modelling & Drafting • Technical Data Package creation • Publications (operation and service manuals) • Cushions and seating Lockable Net for GDLS LAV Up Cab Cover for Lockheed Martin Bison Tent-Adapter for DND

COMPLIANCE MANAGEMENT • Supplier qualification (vendors & subcontractors) • Flow-down of quality clauses • Weld qualification approvals • FPI & PPAP documentation • Component & assembly testing • Export controls documentation

SUPPLY CHAIN SOLUTIONS Combining our own design and manufacturing with project management and component assembly allow Tulmar to create high value products. Our team combined with our processes allow us to handle complex projects within regulated industries.

SUCCESSFUL HIGH VALUE PROJECTS Textron Marine & Land Systems US Air Force CANSOFCOM TAPV fabricated assemblies Side-wall Cargo Stowage Net for V22 Hammerhead Tactical PFD for MSERT DND – Air Force DND - Army DND – DSSPM Life Rafts and SAR Aerial Delivery Systems R&O of Soft-Walled Tactical Shelters Life Support Design & Engineering Services Navistar Defense Rheinmetall Canada DND - Army Vehicle Box and Roof Box Tarps for PSA Mooring Station Covers R&O, Warehousing & Distribution of MSVS MilCOTS Flotation Eqpt AAR Mobility Systems Insulated Flysheet for accordion shelter system

MEET OUR SENIOR PRODUCTION TEAM Barney Bangs Patrick Tallon Chief Executive Officer President and Chief Operating Officer Education: • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Education: • Certified Professional Accountant (CPA) • Honours Bachelor of Commerce, Laurentian Certifications: University (1990) • Canadian Defence & Security Association (CADSI) Certifications: Board Member (2012 to 2018) • Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (2011) Chair of Audit Committee (2015 to 2018) • Board of Directors VHA Home Health Care • Member of Aerospace Association of Canada (AIAC) Small business Commitee Chairman (2018 to Present) (2018 to Present) Activities: • Royal Ottawa Hospital Founation Board of Directors • Avid skier and golfer • Maintains fitness through regular strength and (2009 to 2018) conditioning sessions • Committed to a variety of community causes, Activities: particularly wellness and causes that support • Canadian Mental Health Association “Ride Don’t Hide” members of the Canadian Forces Languages: Bicycle event Ambassador (2010 to 2018) • English & French • Enjoy participating in a variety of outdoor sports, particularly road cycling, kayaking, hiking and golf Languages: • Fluent in English & Conversational French Lori Morris Benoit Corbeil Director of Manufacturing Director of Engineering GDLS-C Program Director Education: • Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Ecole Education: • Operations Managment, Durham College Technology Superior - Montreal • Completed 5 of 6 APICS Modules (near complete) • Mechanical Technologist College du Hull - Gatineau Certifications: Certifications: • Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) with • CGD Designated Offical, Tulmar Security Officer • Health and Safety Commitee Member Province of Ontario • Project Management Professional Institute curriculum Activities: • Product Development Institue of Quebec • Chair of parent council (VCI) • Secretary of Vanleek Hill Minor Hockey Agile Product Development Languages: • Lean Six Sigma Green Belt • English Activities: • Alpine skiing, outdoor family activities and mountain biking. Languages: • English & French

MEET OUR SENIOR PRODUCTION TEAM Helene J. Husk Helena Vandeweerd Director of Finance Director of Continuous Improvement Education: • Bachelor of Commerce w/Specialization in Accounting Education: • Textile Engineering Technology, Mohawk College University of Ottawa • BS in Textile Managment, North Caroline State University • MBA in Managment, Concordia University Certifications: • Certified Management Accountant completed at Certifications: • Fellow of the Institude of Texile Science McGill University, Montreal. • ISO 9001:2015 Internal Auditor Chartered Professional Accountant of Ontario • Canadian Forces General Military Training • ISO 9001:2015 Internal Auditor • Canadian Forces Sea-Survival Training • Certified as an internal auditor for QS9000 & TS16946 International Automotive ISO Standards PPG Activities: Activities: • Board of Directors Canadian Chapter of SAFE Association • Member of the Management Development Team at PPG • Member of the Safety Leadership Team at PPG (6 years) • Chairman of the Value Leadership Team for PPG • Board of Directors Institute of Textile Science (4 years) • Implemented the Corporate Accounting function for six • Canadian Defence & Security Association (CADSI) SME operating units in the USA and Canada DHS • Secretary & Treasurer of the Chute à Blondeau Optimist Club Committee Member (7 years) • Secretary & Treasurer of the University of Ottawa Languages: (Cornwall campus) • English Languages: • English & French Stephane Leonard Production Manager Meagan Bocking Education: Supply Chain Manager • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (2004) Education: • A.P.I.C.S Basics of Supply Chain Management Certifications: • Over 10 years of manufacturing experience Certifications: • Crestcom Bullet Proof Manager Trainging (In Process) • Crestcom Bullet Proof Manager Training (In Process) • Mental Health First Aid Certified (first year) Activities: • Trainer Certified - Reach Truck Sit Down • Employee Committee Member Languages: Counterbalance (6 Years) • English & French • Hydrostatic Technician Certified (8 years) • First Aid & CPR Certified (9 years) • Transportation of Dangerous Goods Certified (9 years) • WHIMIS Certified (9 years) Activities: • H&S Committee Member (5 years) • Cars & Sports Enthusiast Languages: • English & French

CONTACT INFORMATION Patrick Tallon President and C.O.O Tulmar [email protected] (613) 872-9188 Mobile (613) 632-2030 EXT 226

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