Channellock, Inc., a leading manufacturer of U.S.-made pliers based in Meadville, Pa., has announced a three-year partnership with the National Hockey League’s Pittsburgh Penguins.
Now in its third year, Channellock, Inc.’s Trade School Trade-Up Competition continues to help close the national skills gap by funding initiatives and tools that will largely impact America’s future tradesmen and women.
Channellock, Inc., has announced that it has entered into a three-year contract with the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) trade union. The three-year agreement is effective Nov. 1, 2019.
A Wisconsin high school welding program’s generous and thoughtful contributions to its community helped it take first place in the CHANNELLOCK® Trade School Trade-Up competition.
George B. DeArment began hand-forging farrier’s tools and selling them from the back of a wagon.
For over 133 years, Channellock, Inc. has manufactured high-quality pliers on American soil in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
Channellock® supports the trades through our partnership with SkillsUSA and with our Trade School Trade Up competition.
With more than 350 full-time associates, Channellock, Inc. is among the largest employers in the region.
The company manufactures more than 130 different sizes and types of pliers and hand tools.
Channellock, Inc. has more than 4,000 U.S. wholesale and retail customers and ships to customers in 45 countries.
William S. DeArment
CEO & Board Chairman
Jon S. DeArment
President & COO
Vice President of Sales & Marketing
Vice President of Human Resources & Workforce Development